Savannah Stopover Music Festival

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Entering its eighth year as one of the Southeast's best music festivals, Savannah Stopover is announcing the first wave of bands for their 2018 lineup. Regional favorites of Montreal are set to headline Saturday, March 10 at Savannah's Ships of The Sea Museum, North Garden.

Over 90 bands, most of which are en route to SXSW, will fill Savannah’s clubs and venues with the best up and coming acts. Bands have been hand-curated across multiple genres to represent an ideal microcosm of emerging excellence. Highlights include of Montreal, Chelsea Light Moving (featuring Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth), The Whigs, Merchandise, Mac DeMarco, Ducktails, Dent May, Turbo Fruits and dozens Over 90 bands, most of which are en route to SXSW, will fill Savannah’s clubs and venues with the best up and coming acts.

Over 90 bands, most of which are en route to SXSW, will fill Savannah’s clubs and venues with the best up and coming acts. Bands have been hand-curated across multiple genres to represent an ideal microcosm of emerging excellence. Highlights include of Montreal, Chelsea Light Moving (featuring Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth), The Whigs, Merchandise, Mac DeMarco, Ducktails, Dent May, Turbo Fruits and dozens more.Savannah is nicknamed “The Hostess City” for good reason.

Savannah Stopover Music Festival Adds 25+ Bands To 2012 Lineup, Including: PUJOL, Girl In A Coma, Milagres, Guards, Doldrums, Bare Wires, Xray Eyeballs, St. Lucia, Ponderosa & More.Over 70 bands, most of which are en route to SXSW, will fill Savannah’s small clubs and venues with the best up and coming indie acts. Bands have been hand-curated across multiple genres to represent an ideal microcosm of emerging excellence.

Over 70 bands, most of which are en route to SXSW, will fill Savannah’s small clubs and venues with the best up and coming indie acts for this year's Savannah Stopover Music Festival. Bands have been hand-curated across multiple genres to represent an ideal microcosm of emerging excellence.

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