The best is here! You need to come to Savannah, Ga to experience the best of the best! There are more exciting things to do here in this Southeast Georgia town than you could ever know. Why wait?
You can enjoy both outdoor and cultural events during your entire stay. Just see what we have to offer.
Today, January 6th, we have a great all- round musical with wonderful rhythm and blues, jazz, soul and gospel music, The Color Purple at the Savannah Civic Center starting at 7:30pm, Johnny Mercer Theatre. This is the first production in the Broadway in Savannah series.
The Savannah Dance Classic will be at the Hyatt Regency Hotel from January 6-8th. This is a National dance competition and Savannah is very
lucky to have it here! Thursday night will be all of the American Smooth dances, Friday night will be all International style dances with Rising Star, and Saturday will be all of the American rhythm dances with the Professional Open that night
January 7th will dazzle you with the Russian Ballet and your favorite romance. The State Ballet Theatre of Russia, from the city of Voronezh, brings
to life the world’s most beloved ballet at the Johnny Mercer Theatre, Swan Lake, 7pm.
On January 8th you can experience Salt Marsh by Land and Sea, 9am to noon, kayaking through the tidal creeks and salt marshes.
Leave the tidal waters on Saturday and come back into town for the Savannah Swings entertainment with Jeremy Davis and the Equinox Orchestra. This is a 20 piece big band plus Huxie Scott, Clay Johnson, Adam Jones, Trae Gurley and John Bracket. There will be a tribute to the “King” of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley, Las Vegas style(the rat pack of the 50′s and 60′s)
Not to be outdone is the 13th Annual Musical Salute to MLK featuring the Savannah Jazz Orchestra and the Savannah Arts Academy Skyelite Band on Tuesday the 11th of January at the Jewish Educational Alliance. Free and open to the public beginning at 7pm, 5111 Abercorn St.
January 13-15 we host the Savannah Tire Hockey Classic at the Savannah Civic Center which is a collegiate hockey tournament that now features six of the South’s most exciting hockey programs: University of Georgia, University of Florida, Georgia Tech, Florida State, University of South Carolina, and The Citadel.
Our neighbor Bloomingdale is hosting Joe Craven, master of song and instruments (maker of 50K Randy Woods guitars and mandolins for the stars) who promises a night of imaginative song for everyone on January 15th beginning at 7:30pm.
The 19th annualwill take place February 18-20, 2011 at the Savannah Civic Center at Montgomery and Oglethorpe Streets in historic downtown Savannah, GA. The festival begins Friday night with a Ceili in the Civic Center Ballroom from 6:30pm – 9:00pm. Those who attend the Ceili will be taught how to Irish folk dance in large groups. On Saturday the festival will run from 10:15am until 8:00pm. On Sunday the festival will begin at 12:00pm and run until 7:00pm