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Savannah Waterfront Association Presents The Blues, Jazz & BBQ Festival


May 19, 2016

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SAVANNAH, GA – Bring your appetite, along with the entire family, and get ready to pig out on some mouthwatering BBQ at the Blues, Jazz, & BBQ Festival hosted by the Savannah Waterfront Association. Deep southern blues, smooth jazz and smokey BBQ will be served up on Friday, June 3rd and Saturday, June 4th on historic River Street.

 

“The 2016 Blues, Jazz and BBQ festival is sure to deliver this year. We are excited to have a variety of local food vendors serving up their take on delicious BBQ,” said Emily Dickinson, President of the Savannah Waterfront Association. “There will also be some amazing jazz and blues bands performing on the stage as well as arts and crafts vendors along River Street. We hope everyone will come out and enjoy a weekend full of family fun,” added Dickinson.

 

Live entertainment will take place on the Rousakis Plaza Arbor Stage featuring blues and jazz musicians. Performances will include Greg Williams, Brett Barnard & the Hitman Band, and Bottles and Cans. Other artists that will be taking the stage throughout the weekend include Corry Chambers Jazz Band, Danielle Hicks, and Jacey Falk.

 

Weekend festivities begin on Friday, June 3 from 4PM-10PM with First Friday Fireworks presented by Wet Willies at 9:30PM. Festival hours continue on Saturday, June 4 from 10AM-10PM. Regional artisans will also be set up along Rousakis Riverfront Plaza displaying and selling their handcrafted works.

 

Blues, Jazz & BBQ is hosted by the Savannah Waterfront Association and proudly sponsored by Bud Light, Capital A Productions, WSAV, Travel Host Savannah, Wet Willie’s, Savannah Coca-Cola, Creative Approach, and Alpha Media. For a detailed schedule of entertainment and more information visit riverstreetsavannah.com.


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