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Gettin' ready to get down at Seafood Fest


May 03, 2016

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    Throw on your flip-flops and your Jimmy Buffet-best, grab the entire family and get ready for a weekend of great live music and the area’s freshest seafood from some of Savannah's best-loved restaurants. The 2016 River Street Seafood Fest will take place May 6–7.
    “The focus of this year’s food festivals is to get locals down on the river,” said Emily Dickinson, Board President of the Savannah Waterfront Association and Vice President of Wet Willie’s Management Corp. “So bring your friends and family and join us down on the river for Seafood Fest, as locals and visitors alike experience the best tastes in town as they enjoy live music and a ton of fun."
    Live music will take place throughout the weekend on the Rousakis Plaza Arbor Stage, featuring Parrot Party, Kelvin Armstrong, Mollee Craven Steel Drums, Keith and Ross, City Hotel, Damon & The Shotkickers, and the Derrick Dorsey Band.
    Weekend festivities kick off on Friday, May 6 from 4–10 p.m. with First Friday Fireworks presented by Wet Willie’s at 9:30 p.m. Festival hours continue on Saturday, May 7, from 10 a.m.–10 p.m. Additionally, the 2016 River Street Seafood Fest will highlight coastal-inspired art from regional artisans that will be displayed along Rousakis Plaza.
    The 2016 River Street Seafood Festival is hosted by the Savannah Waterfront Association and sponsored by Bud Light, Budweiser, Savannah Coca-Cola, Yancey Power Systems, Yancey Rents, Capital A Productions, Wet Willie’s, WSAV, Creative Approach and Alpha Media.
    For a detailed schedule of entertainment and more information, visit riverstreetsavannah.com.

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