Savannah Stopover announces full lineup for March 9-11

Earlier today, Savannah Stopover confirmed 80+ bands for the 7th annual fest, which takes place in venues throughout the northwest quadrant of the Historic District from March 9th to 11th.

It’s one of the best weekends of the year for Savannah’s live music lovers, especially those who want to experience up-and-coming artists.

Here’s an alphabetical list of confirmed touring acts, followed by a list of Savannah-based bands, plus the current lineup poster. Please remember that there could be changes to the lineup, as one should expect from a sprawling festival like this one.

Confirmed Touring Acts:
A Tribe Called Red- Ottawa, ON
AJ Dávila – San Juan, Puerto Rico
Alanna Royale – Nashville, TN
Alex Cameron – Sydney, Australia
Allison Crutchfield & The Fizz – Philadelphia, PA
Becca Mancari – Lynchburg, VA
Best Behavior, Brooklyn, NY
Big Mama Shakes – Richmond, VA
Caveman – Brooklyn, NY
Chain of Flowers – Cardiff, Wales
Charly Bliss – New York, NY
Christopher Paul Stelling – Brooklyn, NY
Cicada Rhythm – Athens, GA
Communist Daughter – Saint Paul, MN
Country Mice – Brooklyn, NY
Crocodiles – San Diego, CA
Daddy Issues – Nashville, TN
Deantoni Parks – Newnan, GA
Dirty Dishes – New York, NY
DTCV – Joshua Tree, CA
ESS SEE – Brooklyn, NY
Ezra Furman – Chicago , IL
Floco Torres – Macon, GA
Frances Cone – Brooklyn, NY
Gibbz – Bohemia, NY
GGOOLLDD – Milwaukee, WI
Gracie and Rachel – Brooklyn, NY
Half Waif – Brooklyn, NY
High Waisted – New York, NY
Hockey Dad – Windang, New South Wales, Australia
Hoops – Bloomington, IN
Ian Sweet – New York, NY
JEFF The Brotherhood – Nashville, TN
Julien Baker – Memphis, TN
Kane Strang – Dunedin, New Zealand
Kelsey Waldon – Nashville, TN
Kishi Bashi – Athens, GA
Lawrence – New York, NY
Lee Fields & The Expressions – Brooklyn, NY
Lewis Del Mar – Rockaway Beach, NY
Major and the Monbacks – Norfolk, VA
Molly Burch – Austin, TX
Muddy Magnolias – Nashville, TN
Nellie Pearl – Louisville, KY
pronoun – Brooklyn, NY
*repeat repeat – East Nashville, TN
River Whyless – Asheville, NC
Ron Gallo – Philadelphia, PA
Ruby Amanfu – Nashville, TN
Saw Black – Richmond, VA
Say Brother – Columbia, SC
Splashh – Hackney, London
Tall Heights – Boston, MA
Tall Tall Trees – New York, NY
The Belle Game – Vancouver, BC
The Bones of J.R. Jones – Rosendale, NY
The Britanys – New York, NY
The Dig – New York, NY
The Paperhead – Nashville, TN
The Undercover Dream Lovers – Brooklyn, NY
Tim Darcy – Montreal, QC
Upright Man – New York, NY
Vagabon – Cameroon/New York
Valley Queen – Los Angeles, CA
Vita and the Woolf – Philadelphia, PA
Walker Lukens – Austin, TX
Weaves – Toronto, ON
Wolkoff – Brooklyn, NY
Wreckless Eric – Newhaven, England
Yoke Lore – Brooklyn, NY

Confirmed Savannah Acts:
Clouds & Satellites
Damon and the Shitkickers
Garden Giant
Isaac Smith
Lulu the Giant
Lyn Avenue
Rude Dude & The Creek Freaks
San Soma

As previously announced, Kishi Bashi will headline opening night of the festival in the North Garden of the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum — a great venue that will host some of the higher-profile acts all three days — and then the festival will fan out from there. Lee Fields & The Expressions will headline at Ships of the Sea on Friday night.

Among the bigger names that were announced for the first time today are Julien Baker, A Tribe Called Red, Lewis Del Mar, Caveman, Weaves, and Tim Darcy.

Click here for tickets. Single day passes are $34, weekend passes are $59, three-day passes are $79, and VIP passes (worth it, in our opinion) are $149.

We’ll be back with a lot more in the coming weeks, but for now I’ll end with this wonderful video from the duo Lewis Del Mar — you might not have heard of them, but they’re a great example of Stopover catching a band on the rise: