It's another busy Savannah weekend. Tanya Milton of the Savannah Tribune and Heather Henley of the Savannah Morning News have some tips to help you navigate it.
- Discover your next favorite band at the Savannah Stopover Music Festival, happening Thursday through Sunday at venues throughout downtown. Full lineup and schedule here.
- Get ready for St. Patrick's Day with some Irish music. Calvary Baptist Auditorium will host Celtic Thunder tenor Emmet Cahill for "An Irish Evening in Old Savannah" at 7:30 p.m. Friday; free, food donations encouraged. At the Tybee Post Theater, Chloe Agnew of Celtic Woman will perform new music and Irish folk standards with Irish tenor Dermot Kiernan at 7:30 p.m. Saturday; $18-22.
- Continue the Irish fun at the Celtic Ceol Feis in Emmet Park. Enjoy traditional Irish music and dance from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday.
- Close the weekend with a film as CinemaSavannah presents "Over the Limit," a documentary exploring the Russian system for training athletes and the lengths taken to win, at 4 p.m. Sunday at the Jewish Educational Alliance; $10.
- Celebrate women during International Women's Day on Friday, and Women's History Month all month long. The League of Women Voters has a whole slate of events planned, including a concert of Baroque-era women composers at 7 p.m. Sunday; $20.
- Enjoy music with the whole family at the Musical Explorers Family Jam, presented by the Savannah Music Festival at Yamacraw Center for the Performing Arts. Enjoy a range of music, from opera to soul to ring shout, with concerts at 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Saturday; free.
- Continue the family fun at the Love & Soul Family Festival in Forsyth Park. Enjoy more than 30 musical performances, along with vendors, food trucks and more from noon to 8 p.m. Saturday; free.