Savannah Stopover Music Festival today unveiled the full schedule of shows by date, time and venue for the March 6-8 event. More than 100 performances are planned, including headliners Wye Oak on March 6, Those Darlins on March 7 and Oberhofer and Small Black on March 8.
Additionally, the festival confirmed that rising Southern rockers The Weeks will headline the free community concert March 8 in Ellis Square. Other notable slots include Kylesa headlining their record label showcase March 6 at The Jinx, J. Roddy Walston & The Business on March 6 at Congress Street Social Club and Hurray For The Riff Raff on March 8 at Moon River.
Moon River's Beer Garden will also host the opening night concert and juried band poster exhibition event on March 6, anchored by Birmingham's soulful St. Paul & The Broken Bones. Club One will play host to three nights of synth pop and dance, including breakout artist Future Islands on March 6.
The full schedule is available on the website and via Sched and allows attendees to build their own personal schedules. The schedule is subject to change.
Also confirmed is the final list of venues, reflecting the addition of City Coffee, a 220-capacity all-ages venue at 125 Martin Luther King Blvd. City Coffee will host 10 bands over the weekend, including the UK's video-centric Public Service Broadcasting. Additionally, several small, intimate performances at Abe's on Lincoln and at the festival's artist lounge have been added. Several of these shows are "secret" TBA shows that will be announced at the last minute.
Almost half of the performances throughout the festival will be all-ages shows. A special discounted three-day festival pass for those younger than 21 will be $50 and is on sale now.
Recent additions to the lineup include: THUMPERS (United Kingdom), Black Taxi (New York City) and Brothertiger (Brooklyn, N.Y.) as well The Tennis System (Los Angeles).
Click here to read previous announcements about the festival, including the local band lineup and overall lineup.