Art. Culture. Dance. The Savannah Black Heritage Festival has it all, according to festival coordinator Shirley James.
Why stay in when you can grab a great dinner deal and follow it up with any number of art, music and movie options? Read on for Do Savannah's top picks to fill your weekend with fun:
In the midst of a transition season, CUSSES will celebrate half a decade as a band with an all-local lineup at the same venue that hosted their first show in 2010.
We're giving away signed copies of books by Anne Rice, Tavis Smiley, Patton Oswalt and more!
There are arguably no purer or more unabashedly American forms of musical expression than the blues and jazz.
The Savannah Music Festival will announce additional shows for this year's lineup on Feb. 6 at Southbound Brewing Company during a concert by Mississippi blues guitarist Jarekus Singleton.
The Savannah Black Heritage Festival’s Grand Festival Day on Feb. 7 offers fun family activities, live performances and music to please all ages.
No matter how hard you try, the three-member Blue Man Group cannot be explained, it can only be experienced.
Arlo Guthrie had no idea his iconic “Alice’s Restaurant Massacree” would still be resonating with audiences nearly 50 years after he first performed it.
From Jan. 23-Feb. 1, you can dine like royalty at Savannah’s finest restaurants for one delicious price and help those at risk for hunger at the same time.
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