has Scouted out a few great events for you. Find out how where to catch a live concert, where your kiddos will have some fall fun and have some good old fashioned spooky fun…all while socially distanced of course.  Read “Weekend Buzz” every weekend to stay in the know and don’t miss the upcoming events feature at the bottom of the site for daily events. Don’t forget to bring your mask!

October 23-25




Southbound Brews hosts Bash at the Brewery on October 25th from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. Coastal Empire Wrestling presents their 2nd show with Southbound Brewing. Come out and see the amazing roster of CEW – scheduled to appear: Scratch the Savior, Eddie Honcho, Bryce Cannon, Zero, Jordan Kingsley, Landon Hale, Matt Odam, Gaston – The Storybook Prince, William Blackwell, Zach Mosely, Voodoo Jack and many more. Get your $15 tickets beforehand here:


Fall Festival and Family Farm Weekend at Triple J Stables and Petting Zoo on October 23rd (5:30pm-7:30pm) and 24th (10:00am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-3:00pm). Horse rides, petting zoo, bounce house, food truck, vendors, pumpkins for sale (cash only) and more. $10 per person ages walking and up. Must sign up prior to arrival. Please email, they will accept a limited number of guests per time frame.


The Hive Repertory Theatre in Rincon is presenting “Cries in the Night” by Paul Elliott on October 23, 24 and 25th (times vary). Looking for some delightfully creepy, socially distanced fun this Halloween? Come see THR’s spooky special event, this show has adult language and scary paranormal scenes, so we suggest parental guidance for viewing. Because of Covid, they are limited to the number of tickets they can sell per show, so reserve yours now before they’re all scared away. No tickets will be sold at the door. “Cries in the Night” deals with the impact of early childhood experiences on our lives and afterlives, all couched in a ghost story for the stage that should chill even the most stalwart audience member.


The Virtual SCAD Savannah Film Festival kicks off this weekend with 8 days of cinematic excellence. The SCAD College of Art &Design brings the best of the industry to its student filmmakers and now, straight to your devices with this year’s all virtual experience.  Check out the schedules here.


Phil the Squares with Music: Elite Party Band on October 24th with two performances in Chippewa Square. Savannah Philharmonic  excited to welcome Elite Party Band to the Phil the Squares with Music.  First performance 10:00 am – 11:00 am and second 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm.  Members of Elite Party Band: Bill Smith guitar, Vuk Pavlovic drums, Marc Chesanow bass. These community concerts will be streamed via Facebook live for you to enjoy from the comfort of your home or you’re welcome to attend the performance live. If you plan to stop by, please wear your mask and maintain social distancing practices.


Wag-O-Weekend on October 24th and October 25th from 12:00pm to 5:00pm. Renegade Paw Rescue and the Hipster Hound Wag-O-Weekend which is a pet-friendly community event that takes place in downtown Savannah. Money raised supports local animal rescues in their mission to place pets in ‘furever’ homes, subsidize no-barrier community spay and neuter and support community education programs. This year’s event will take place over two days to allow for a less-crowded trick or treat route and social distancing at treat stops. A $10 donation gets you the official treat destination map, wristband and Doggy Swag Bag. Pre-orders available now and can be picked up before Oct 24th.