What’s going on this weekend? Here are a few events we have “Scouted Out” for you. Make sure to follow us on IG and FB @ScoutSavannah912 for a list of happenings around town Thursday through Sunday. Don’t miss out…look to Scout!
Savannah Philharmonic will perform several free outdoor Savannah concerts this Fall 2022. Some concerts will be in neighborhoods around Savannah as part of their Phil the Neighborhoods series.
9/18-Kensington Park 3:00pm-4:00pm
9/24-Hull Park 7:00pm-8:00pm
9/25-Savannah Yacht Club 3:00pm-4:00pm
9/30-Tanger Outets 6:00pm-7:00pm
Free 41st Savannah Jazz Festival BLUES NIGHT, September 22nd-7:00pm
Join them for Blues Night at the Lucas Theatre. Admission is FREE.
7:00 pm Ray Lundy
7:45 Eric Culberson
9:00 Mr. Sipp
Culinary Expedition – 1540 Room, September 22nd-5:00pm
This expedition will travel to the flavors of Germany. Book your reservation & explore the flavors with a 3 course $35 Pre-fixe tasting menu with optional wine pairings at the 1540 Room.
Risqué Renegades | An Anniversary Revue for Rescues, September 22nd-8:00pm
Cooking Dinner Theatre: Fall Harvest, September 23rd-6:30pm-9:00pm
Enjoy a relaxing night out for you and your significant other or a group of friends! They’ve planned a delicious menu featuring autumn-inspired flavors to be enjoyed outdoors in the courtyard. After some mingling and relaxation, Chefs Christopher and Bethany Hewitt will show you how to prepare this mouthwatering dinner. The best part is you won’t have to do any of the work! During the cooking demonstration, you’ll get enjoy a plated dinner together with your choice of complimentary wine and beer. They have tables for 2, 4, 6, or 8.
Journeys of Sound & Light at Savannah Cultural Center, September 23rd-7:00pm-8:30pm
Guided Visualization / Meditation
Group Movement / Dance
Group Sounds / Voice
Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothes and bring something comfortable to sit on such as a yoga mat, pillow or blanket.
savannahga.gov/arts to reserve your spot.
Free 41st Savannah Jazz Festival Friday in Forsyth Park, September 23rd-5:00pm
6:00 Jazmine Ghent
7:15 Nicole Zuraitis
8:30 Gino Castillo and the Buena Vista Legacy Band
FREE 41st Savannah Jazz Festival Saturday in Forsyth Park, September 24th-2:00pm
3:15 Savannah Jazz Hall of Fame Band
4:30 The Saturn Quartet
5:45 Stephen Gordon Quartet with Jason Marsalis
7:00 U.S. Navy Band Commodores
8:15 Quentin Baxter Quintet
9:30 Kari Kirkland with The Savannah Jazz Orchestra
Two Tides Oktoberfest, September 24th-12:00pm-8:00pm
It’s ‘bout that time! Save the date for their 5th annual Oktoberfest. Saturday, September 24th. 12pm-8pm. Event glassware (you’re not going to want to miss out on this year’s design), pretzels, brats, live music, and our stein-holding contest hosted by the one-and-only James Massey.
The second annual Oktoberfest celebration, which will showcase a blend of old and new German traditions from Saturday, September 24 through Saturday, October 29. All family-friendly festivities are free and open to the public and will take place at Plant Riverside District, located on Savannah’s historic riverfront at 400 W. River St. Every Saturday from 1-4 p.m., the Pavilion Tent along the riverfront at Plant Riverside District will feature free live polka music by Bob and the Polka Dots as well as a free keg toss, bratwurst eating contests and stein holding competitions. Throughout Oktoberfest, the exceptional restaurants at Plant Riverside District will serve specialty beers as well as food and beverage options for all ages.
Savannah Day of Peace, September 25th-12:00pm-4:00pm
The Savannah Day of Peace will feature a Peace Parade led by Savannah Mayor Van Johnson and Savannah City Council members, Courageous Conversation Circles designed to encourage deeper dialogue to promote peacebuilding, a wellness area for mental health and a Youth Artists Corner. The 2022 Peacebuilder Award Honoree will also be announced, and the City of Savannah’s new Peace Proclamation will be on display.
“Savannah is known as Georgia’s First City, and we’re deeply honored to be the first city in the Peach State to celebrate the International Day of Peace in an intentional way,” said Jill Cheeks, Executive Director of The Mediation Center of the Coastal Empire, Inc. “We want to bring people together to build relationships among citizens, focus on the good in our community, celebrate local peacebuilders and increase the peace. This event is a coordinated effort by the community to counter violence and to save lives.”
The Mediation Center plans to maintain the momentum and to create a larger movement by organizing monthly peacebuilding events at different locations across Chatham County. These events will feature neighborhood-based activities designed to engage local community members, youth, faith leaders, law enforcement, business and professional associations in peacebuilding efforts.
Salts & Suds at Service Brewing, September 25th-12:00pm
One More for the Road, September 25th-7:00pm-8:30pm
Direct from Carnegie Hall! Bob Anderson stars in ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD, an acclaimed Sinatra reenactment concert honoring The Great American Songbook––with a stunning 32-piece orchestra, Sinatra’s original charts and an Emmy winning makeup artist. This is as close to hearing and seeing Ol’ Blue Eyes as you’re ever gonna get. Tickets: https://www.savannahcivic.com/events/bob-anderson-2