This March gathering began as an effort to attract performers and visitors to the city. It features multiple performances in various places around historic downtown Savannah. Among the venues are Charles Morris Center, Telfair Academy, Lucas Theatre, Trinity United Methodist Church, Rousakis Plaza (River Street), and the Trustees Theater. The festival not only invites laureates of well-known international competitions, but also holds its own competition. In addition to concerts, there are dozens of cultural events around town, including workshops, lectures, juried art shows, and gallery tours. Ticket prices vary; many events are free. Visit the website for the schedule and ticket information.
- Type: Concerts,Festivals & Fairs,Theater
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Savannah is the colonial capital of the state of Georgia. Playing host to around a thousand events each year, the city draws tourist in large numbers from all around. Over the past decade, Savannah has significantly contributed towards the promotion of tourism in Georgia. Historic buildings and landmarks, zoos, museums and aquariums are tucked in every corner of the city. Major attractions include the Reynolds Square, the historical cathedral of St. John the Baptist, the Sorrel Weed House among others.