Tag: Ships of the Sea

2018 Highlights from the cameras of the Stopover team

Wow… what a festival! Year 8 of Savannah Stopover is in the books, and after some time to review, hydrate, and deal with a cold and some work travel, we’re back in the swing of things. What? You wish Stopover…

Savannah Stopover 2018 – Petee’s Review

Oh boy, I think I’ve finally gotten back to a sense of normalcy after the wild ride that was Stopover 2018. Yes, I may have partied a bit. Yes, I may have napped in some unexpected places. And yes, I…

Savannah Stopover 2018 – Tom’s thoughts and photos

Who would have thought that a 110 lb. indie rock vegan wouldn’t be able to hold his liquor? Yeah, Savannah Stopover was in the air last weekend, and apparently a little got on the floor, too. I’ve only missed one…

notes + photos from the 2018 Savannah Stopover

Another Savannah Stopover is in the books, and many of us are still in some sort of recovery from the thrilling three days. (There was also a pre-Stopover lineup at Graveface Records on March 7th, but more on that soon.)…

Review: 2018 AURA Festival was a high-kicking good time

The 12th iteration of Coastal Rock Productions’ All Underground Rock All Day Festival (AURA Fest) was arguably its most successful. Yeah, it was a time-traveling journey for sure with Evergreen Terrace, Darkest Hour and Bury Your Dead headlining. But, no…

notes from the 2017 Savannah Music Festival

The Savannah Music Festival ended just over a week ago, and I feel like I’m still processing the 17-day event. As I’ve watched the SMF grow under director Rob Gibson, I’ve become increasingly interested in the ways in which the…

A.U.R.A. Fest returns to Savannah on Feb. 18

On February 18, 2017, Coastal Rock Productions will bring A.U.R.A. Fest (All Underground Rock Allday) back to Savannah. The daylong event will be in the North Garden of The Gardens of Ships Of The Sea Maritime Museum and include 15…

notes from the Savannah Music Festival

As I write this, we’re 10 days into the Savannah Music Festival, with a stellar lineup ahead for the final week. I had visions of writing a number of individual reviews by now, but work commitments and the cascade of…

Jason Isbell, Pokey LaFarge, Kristina Train, dancer Rosario Toledo, and a 2nd Avett Brothers show added to Savannah Music Festival schedule

Some more good news from the Savannah Music Festival, which announced today that the Avett Brothers will be playing a second show during the festival on 3/20, in addition to the previously announced show on 3/21. Americana/swing musician Pokey LaFarge…