Goodbye 2020 and hello 2021. It seems January events are getting a slow start as everyone is still focused on holiday events. This post will be updated as new events get scheduled. Don’t forget to check regularly to schedule your January adventures.

The Historic Savannah Theatre has a few performances in January (see below for details)

Drew Lynch turned to stand-up comedy and in 2015 he captured the hearts of America with his Golden Buzzer performance on Season 10 of America’s Got Talent. You can see him live on January 9th from 6:00pm to 8:30pm. Also, don’t miss Legends Live from January 22nd through February 14th. Take a journey through the decades of timeless music as the international singing group, LEGACY pays tribute to some of the most iconic legends of all time. From The Beatles to Bruno Mars and The Four Seasons to Earth Wind & Fire, this show is jam packed with hits leaving you dancing in the audience! Brian Regan has two performances on January 19th. Brian Regan critics, fans and fellow comedians agree he is one of the most respected comedians in the country with Vanity Fair calling Brian, “The funniest stand-up alive.”

Island Treasure on Jekyll Island from January 1st through February 28th

In the early 1900s, east coast fishermen used hollow glass balls, or floats, on their nets as markers. Occasionally, the floats would break loose and wash ashore for lucky beachcombers to find and keep. Collecting these rare, highly sought after glass floats became a hobby in the 1950s.

Today, Jekyll Island hand-picks artists from across the country to create one-of-a-kind glass floats for its annual Island Treasures event. The glass floats are part of a hide-and-seek style game played on Jekyll Island throughout January and February. Each day, volunteers called Beach Buddies will hide clear globes around the island for lucky guests to find and redeem for a real glass float. Gather your friends and family to search for globes that can be exchanged for dazzling handcrafted glass floats.

Howl Bingo! in support of Humane Society of Greater Savannah and hosted by Moodrights on January 18th from 8:00pm to 10:00pm

Free Bingo at Moodrights Bar in support of HSGS. $1 from every beer will be donated back to HSGS. Will you be the one Howling BINGO?

Kittens and Cocktails Class at The Alida Hotel to benefit Humane Society of Greater Savannah on January 20th from 6:00pm to 7:00pm (SOLD OUT)

Kittens and Cocktails Class at The Alida Hotel. Learn to make 3 cat themed Cocktails while simultaneously playing with some adoptable kittens. Tickets are $50 and include 3 full sized Cocktails, Pictures, Cheese Plate and kittens. Purchase tickets at .All proceeds will be going directly to HSGS. Small plates available for purchase.

An Evening in Paris with the Savannah Philharmonic on January 22nd starts at 7:30pm

No passport or air travel required! Let harpists Carolyn Munford and Vonda Darr transport you to Paris with an evening of fabulous French classics. Hear the famed and ethereal “Clair de Lune,” a sultry tango and rhumba by Carlos Salzedo, as well as Ravel’s shimmering Introduction and Allegro — all arranged for harp duet. The harp duo also will treat you to a catchy and invigorating contemporary work called “Submerged” by three-time GRAMMY® Award-nominated composer Miguel del Aguila. This one-hour concert has no intermission. Capacity is limited to 140 attendees. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased here.

The Origin Coffee Bar hosting The Pup-Up Winter Market on January 23rd from 12:00pm to 4:00pm

The Origin Coffee Bar and The Clyde Venue are thrilled to partner to host a free adoption event and makers market to benefit The Humane Society for Greater Savannah. Come join them and enjoy delicious coffee, the cutest dogs and local artisan shopping. They have a great lineup of Savannah talent: Alchemy and the Sea, Aristo Clay, Bentley’s Pet Stuff, By the Wings Jewelry Co,Colas Modern Furniture, Daughter Handwovens, FREYA Thrift and Vintage, Flour Child Cookie, Humane Society of Savannah, James Lock Photography, Jenna Wilusz Illustrations, Jordan Petteys, Julia McDonough, Lou Lou Jewels Co, Smoke and Spirits, Stump Savannah, Sunshine Forbes, 106 West Designs.

PULSE 2021 Free Family Weekend at The Jepson Center on January 29th through January 31st at 10:00am to 5:00pm

Enjoy a three-day weekend of free admission to the Jepson Center to explore all of the new interactive art for PULSE and other current exhibitions. Hands-on art making kits will be available for families to pick up in the Jepson Center atrium.

Elephant & Piggie’s We are In a Play hosted by Savannah Children’s Theatre on Jan. 30th -February 7th (dates & times vary)

Only 6 performances with limited seating! Reservations & masks required. We perform a temperature & health check at the door; seating is assigned by ticket order to allow for six feet of space in any direction from each party. There are no concessions or meet-n-greets at this time, but Elephant & Piggie will ask you to dance from your seats! Tickets start at $14 and can be purchased here.

The Diver, a Theatrical Production event by Cosmic Corner on January 30th -January 31st from 6:30pm to 7:30pm

Come see Eoley Mulally’s theater-truck debut! A parable with deep meaning for adults told through artistic puppetry, adults and children alike will enjoy this multi-dimensional art experience!
In honor of Imbolc, Cosmic Corner presents a Saw The Wheel Theater Production of The Diver by Jacilyn Ledford. The Diver is a about the resilience of the world below and the possibility that a pure heart has unlimited space- the entirety of the ocean- for growth. Come celebrate Imbolc, the thawing of the frozen earth in anticipation of spring!  Adult tickets are $20 and children are free.