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Stopover Wrap up

What’s better than listening to music outdoors on a sunny Saturday in Savannah? Knowing that the great music is going to last all day, in both outdoor and indoor venues throughout the city. Savannah Stopover’s fourth and final day meant music starting at noon, this year at the beautiful Ships of the Sea museum. I had no idea that this venue had a gorgeous, meticulously manicured back courtyard perfect for the acoustic, folksy rock that played throughout the day like Electrophoria, Young Benjamin, Dare Dukes, Powerkompany, Young Benjamin and The Viking Progress.


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Day #3 of the Savannah Stopover

Day #3 of the Savannah Stopover got off to a bit of a slow start. Rainy weather, the Shamrock Run, and I think sheer exhaustion from two great nights of music on Wednesday and Thursday had fans and bands moving a little sluggishly Friday at 4 p.m. But things took off when local favorites Country Mice took the stage at Congress Street Social Club. Playing solid rock ‘n’ roll, declaring one of their songs a belated birthday present to Dr. Seuss, they had the room filled and people clapping and dancing already at 5pm.


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Dos and Don’ts of Savannah Stopover

As the Savannah Stopover music fest begins, nightlife writer Shawndra Russell helps you prepare for a rockin’ good time!

Dos and Don’ts of Attending Savannah Stopover

Do wear layers. Since there are 10 venues participating, you will be walking from place to place, and every venue will be different temperature-wise. Last night was a little chilly outside during shows by two bands in from Brooklyn, Dinosaur Feathers and Oberhofer. Their performances on the outdoor stage were set up on the street in front of Telfair Square, but the Jinx was toasty inside with everyone squeezed in to listen to Canada’s Each Other and a second set by Oberhofer.


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