Savannah Tribune

Rock Music, Comedy, More Coastal Events August 9-11

Aug 8, 2019
Bay Street Theatre

This weekend in Savannah, there's lots to do from buying beer for a good cause to enjoying a cup of coffee with some comedy. Tanya Milton of the Savannah Tribune has your guide. 


American Prohibition Museum Facebook page

There is plenty to do this weekend in sunny Savannah. Erica Backus with Visit Savannah and Tanya Milton from the Savannah Tribune have your guide. 


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It's another spring weekend in Savannah, and there's plenty to do (much of it outdoors). Tanya Milton of the Savannah Tribune and Heather Henley of the Savannah Morning News have some tips.


Savannah Music Festival on Facebook

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.


Geoff Johnson / Savannah Philharmonic

It's the holiday season, and there are plenty of ways to celebrate in Savannah. Tanya Milton of the Savannah Tribune and Bill Dawers of hissing lawns and the Savannah Morning News have some tips.


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There's something for everyone in Savannah this weekend. Marianne Ganem Poppell of Savannah Master Calender and Tanya Milton of the Savannah Tribune have some tips.


Jason Isbell on Facebook

There's plenty to do in Savannah as the whether turns warmer. Tanya Milton of the Savannah Tribune has some tips.

Tanya's picks:

-With the Masters over, it's time for a local stop on the PGA Tour: RBC Heritage on Hilton Head. The competition begins Thursday and runs through the weekend. The full schedule is here; ticket information is here.

Dayton Contemporary Dance Company on Facebook

Start your February right with some tips from Tanya Milton, Vice President of the Savannah Tribune, and Joshua Peacock, freelance writer and Do Savannah columnist.

Joshua's picks:

-Start the weekend a little early with a punk show at the Jinx. Athens band Shehehe will join Savannah's own Jeff Two-Names and the Born Agains and Ramages. Thursday, 10 p.m.; $8.

Coastal Jazz Association on Facebook

It may be hot this weekend, but there's plenty of cool music (and other events) to check out. Bill Dawers of the Savannah Morning News and hissing lawns and Tanya Milton of the Savannah Tribune have a few recommendations.

Tanya's picks:

With a Twist on Facebook

Wondering what to do in Savannah this Father's Day weekend? Tanya Milton of the Savannah Tribune has you covered.

-Celebrate Juneteenth with the Daughters of Mary Magdalene's annual festival, held at 38th street park. The holiday celebrates the day - June 19, 1865 - when slaves in Texas first learned they were free. The festival features music and fun, as well as honoring locals who've helped the community. Saturday, 11 a.m.; free.

Savannah Earth Day Festival on Facebook

Spring has sprung in Savannah, and there are plenty of ways to celebrate this weekend. Tanya Milton of the Savannah Tribune and Marianne Ganem Poppell of Savannah Master Calendar share some ways to have fun.

Marianne's picks:

Ghost Coast Distillery

In search of some fun? Savannah Tribune Vice President Tanya Milton and Visit Savannah Digital Content Coordinator Larissa Allen have a few ideas for your Savannah weekend.

Larissa's picks:

Savannah Voice Festival

Plan your weekend in the Savannah area with some help from Marcia Banes, events editor of South Magazine, and Tanya Milton, vice president of the Savannah Tribune.

Tanya's picks:

-Win big at the Home Builders Association of Greater Savannah's annual cash bash, Thursday at Carey Hilliard's. With just one ticket you could win the whole (thousand-plus-dollar) pot. Thursday, 6 p.m.

Savannah Food Truck Festival

Tanya Milton, vice president of the Savannah Tribune, and Marcia Banes, events editor of South Magazine, offer up some ways to have fun in the Savannah area this weekend.

 

  Marcia’s picks: