Coastal Ga. Weekend: Savannah And Coastal Events Aug. 24-27

Aug 24, 2017

As August winds down, Savannah has plenty of music - and more - to enjoy. Molly Swagler of the Tourism Leadership Council and Anna Chandler of Connect Savannah  have some recommendations.

Anna's picks:

-Feel the love at Tybee Equality Fest, running all weekend. The fun ranges from yoga on the beach to dolphin tours and "Pride Goes Putting" mini golf, plus drag shows, parties and more.

-Discover some new local music when The Discussion plays the Wormhole. Laura Pleasants of Kylesa joins fellow local musicians Richard Adams and Derek Lynch for this new project. Twisty Cats will open. Friday, 9:30 p.m.; $5.99 in advance, $9.99 at the door.

-The Lucas Theatre continues its celebration of great trilogies with the Alien movies this weekend. Catch Alien on Friday, the Aliens and Alien 3 on Saturday. Friday, 7 p.m. and Saturday, 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.; each film $8 general admission, $5 students, seniors and military.

-Enjoy some local music for a cause at Railapalooza. The Train Wrecks, Bottles and Cans, the Anders Thompson Trio and more will play the yard at the Rail Pub to benefit Ronald McDonald House and the Anderson Cancer Center. Saturday, 3-11 p.m.; $10 in advance, $15 at the door.

Molly's picks:

-The Savannah Voice Festival wraps up its fifth season with the finale show Funny@Five at First Presbyterian Church. The show focuses on the comedic part of opera, blending beautiful music with some laughs. Friday, 5 p.m.; $58.

-Planning a Tybee wedding? Get a headstart at the Tybee Equality Business Expo & Soiree at the Tybee Wedding Chapel, featuring all-inclusive wedding vendors. Saturday, 1-7 p.m.; $16.82, kids under 12 free.

-Don your summer best for a dapper ride around town at the Savannah Bicycle Campaign's Fourth Annual Seersucker Ride. Bike around Ardsley Park, Chatham Crescent and Parkside - in seersucker or not - then return to Tiedeman Park for backyard games. Sunday, 3-4 p.m.; free.