After a year hiatus in 2016, MusicFile Productions, LLC (the parent company of Savannah Stopover Music Festival) announced today that Revival Fest will return to the grounds of the Georgia State Railroad Museum on Saturday, September 30th, 2017.
The festival, which focuses on Southern music including blues, soul, southern rock, folk, Americana, and bluegrass and more, will serve as the annual fundraiser for the Savannah Children’s Museum adjacent to the festival grounds.
Kayne Lanahan, CEO of MusicFile Productions, added “The enthusiasm for Revival Fest has been so heartwarming and we’re thrilled to be bringing it back in the same iconic location that made the first 3 years so special.We’re putting the finishing touches on a great musical lineup that we can’t wait to share with everyone in the coming weeks.”
The family-friendly, all day festival will feature 12 bands across two stages plus local and regional food trucks, craft beers and bourbons as well as local vendors and kid- friendly activities. The festival takes place from 2pm to 10pm in the old Paint Shops and adjoining grove on the Railroad Museum grounds.
“We’re thrilled to be working in partnership with Revival Fest again. It quickly grew to become one of Savannah’s favorite events and combining forces to help raise funds for The Children’s Museum allows us to take the event to the next level”, said Sandra Baxter, CEO of the Coastal Heritage Society which oversees the Georgia State Railroad Museum, Savannah Children’s Museum, Old Fort Jackson, Pinpoint Heritage Museum and Savannah History Museum”.
A limited number of Early bird tickets go on sale June 20 for the special price of $29.50 for General Admission and $74.50 for VIP tickets. Tickets are available online at ticketfly.com. VIP ticket holders have access to a VIP Lounge, Private Restrooms, bar and free beer. Ticket prices will increase when the the full festival lineup is announced in July. Children under 10 are free.