Savannah Stopover Music Festival has announced that several more acts have committed to perform during the three-day festival from March 6-8 in downtown Savannah.
Bands headed our way that will also be playing at Coachella include Wye Oak, Future Islands, Bear Hands and J. Roddy Walston & The Business.
International acts include Capsula of Spain/Argentina; the U.K.'s Public Service Broadcasting and Esben & The Witch; The Mary Onettes of Sweden; Canada's July Talk, Sean Nicholas Savage, The Belle Game and Sierra; and Jagged Vision of Norway.
"We're thrilled to launch our fourth year of Savannah Stopover with such an exciting lineup," said festival founder Kayne Lanahan. "Our focus continues to be on maintaining an affordable music festival experience for the region, showcasing outstanding emerging National talent, and luring newcomers to one of the most beautiful historic districts in the world!"
The festival also confirmed three showcases featuring Savannah-based record labels: Retro Futurist, Soft Science and Furious Hooves. Each showcase will feature 4-5 bands signed to those labels.
"At Stopover, you might find your next favorite band in a small dive bar, the ballroom of a 19th-century mansion, an outdoor beer garden or a haunted cemetery. It's like no place else on earth," Lanahan said.
Savannah Stopover organizers said a few additional venues will be announced in the coming weeks. Learn more at www.savannahstopover.com.