Savannah Music Festival, which has been happening around town since March 28, has come to its final week, ending on April 13.
The festival continues its tradition of highlighting eclectic and diverse music, bringing it to downtown Savannah. Venues stretch from the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum to the Charles H. Morris Center, all the way south to St. Paul’s Greek Orthodox Church.
There are still many chances to see many of the acts this year.
Dreamers’ Circus and Seamus Egan Project will be at the Charles H. Morris Center at 5 PM.
The Tallis Scholars and director Peter Phillips will be performing Renaissance music at the Trinity United Methodist Church at 6 PM.
Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder will be at the Lucas Theatre for the Arts at 7 PM.
Anda Union, performers of Mongolian music, will be at the Charles H. Morris Center at 7 PM.
Pat Metheny Side Eye with James Francies and Nate Smith will be at the Trustees Theater at 8 PM.
Union Tanguera and Kate Weare Company will be at the Lucas Theatre for the Arts at 7:30 PM.
Latin Dance Party: Plena Libre will be at North Garden Assembly Room at Ships of the Sea Museum at 8:30 PM.
Modern Broadway: A Co-Production with Savannah VOICE Festival at 2 PM at the Charles H. Morris Center.
Closing Night Party: Maceo Parker at 8 PM at the North Garden Assembly Room at Ships of the Sea Museum.
Tickets for all these events and more are available at savannahmusicfestival.org, or by calling Savannah Box Office.