The 8th annual Savannah Stopover will be held in downtown Savannah March 8 – 10. Organizers of the multi-venue music festival have unveiled the first wave of acts set to play the 2018 event.
of Montreal, Wild Child, Larkin Poe and Public Access TV are among the acts confirmed for March’s music festival. Check out a full list of the bands announced today below. Look for the next wave of acts, including additional headliners and local Savannah bands, to be revealed in January. More than 80 bands in total are expected to perform at Savannah Stopover ’18. Tickets are on sale now here.
Savannah Stopover 2018 First Wave Lineup
- Acid Dad – New York, NY
- Bat Fangs – Washington, DC
- The Bones of JR Jones – New York, NY
- Cape Francis – Brooklyn, NY
- Charles Fauna – Brooklyn, NY
- Combo Chimbita – New York, NY
- Crumb – New York, NY
- David Barbe & Inward Dream Ebb – Athens, GA
- Escondido – Nashville, TN
- FRIGS – Toronto, CA
- Grandchildren – Philadelphia, PA
- Gus Dapperton – Warwick, NY
- Honduras – Brooklyn, NY
- Illegal Drugs – Atlanta, GA
- Jon Stickley Trio – Asheville, NC
- KOLARS – Los Angeles, CA
- Larkin Poe – Atlanta, GA
- Liz Cooper & The Stampede – Nashville, TN
- Lola Marsh – Tel Aviv, Israel
- Michael Nau (Cotton Jones) – Cumberland, MD
- The Nude Party – Livingston Manor, NY
- of Montreal – Athens, GA
- Okey Dokey – Nashville, TN
- Plastic Picnic – Brooklyn, NY
- pronoun – Brooklyn, NY
- Public Access TV – New York, NY
- Pylon Reenactment Society – Athens, GA
- Ratboys – Chicago, IL
- Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics – Atlanta, GA
- Sam Lewis – Brooklyn, NY
- Sarah Shook & The Disarmers – Chapel Hill, NC
- Shopping – London, UK
- The Sh-Booms – Orlando, FL
- SLEEPWALKERS – Richmond, VA
- The Trongone Band – Richmond, VA
- The Vegabonds – Nashville, TN
- Vundabar – Boston, MA
- The War and Treaty – Albion, MI
- Wild Child – Austin, TX
- Zuli – New York, NY
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