Free for ages 12 & younger: Savannah’s A-Town Get Down Art & Music Festival Returns with Creative Family Fun on April 21

A-Town Get Down Festival 2018 Savannah Free

The A-Town Get Down Art & Music Festival will return to Savannah for its 8th year on Sat. April 21 2018, noon-10PM on Indian Street – Under the Bridge, between Fahm and Warner Streets.

The festival, held each year in memory and honor of SCAD student Alex “A-Town” Townsend, operates with the mission of increasing access to art and music experiences throughout the Savannah community. There will be endless entertainment for attendees of all ages.

Admission is free for children 12 and younger. Receive 25% off adult tickets with the promo code: SOUTHERNMAMAS . Purchase tickets online here. 

Savannah’s hands-on, interactive, family-friendly celebration of live art, music, and food truck cuisine includes a robust musical lineup of familiar favorites, including headliner Chuck Leavell, who many in the Savannah area will remember as a key figure in The Allman Brothers Band. Leavell’s keyboard work has also been heard on the works of Eric Clapton, the Rolling Stones, George Harrison, and many other prominent artists.

A-Town Get Down Festival Savannah free 2018 Festival attendees will also enjoy performances by The New Familiars, called ‘an Americana rock & roll fixture’ in the southeast; Southern Avenue, considered to be Memphis’ best soul, blues and gospel band; Randall Bramblett, dubbed by Rolling Stone as “one of the South’s most lyrical and literate songwriters;” and more.

As with every A-Town Festival, professional local and regional artists will produce live art installations and large-scale performances as well as participate in interactive workshops with festival attendees of all ages.

The A-Town Get Down Art & Music Festival sees many returning sponsors who annually support this interactive day of art and music experiences. Returning sponsors include Adobe, Magnatone, Queensborough National Bank and Trust and Service Brewing Company. Friends and longtime supporters of the event join this year’s sponsors including Judge Realty, Katherine Sandoz, Wells and Kathleen Anderson, Mrs. Robert O. Levitt, Freeman N. Jelks III, Ghost Coast Distillery and Congress Street Social Club. Other sponsors include Savannah Veterinary Emergency Clinic, Blick Art Materials and Spandrel Development Partners.

The festival is offering a special deal on tickets for readers. Save 25% off two adult tickets by using the promo code Southernmamas at checkout here. 

Remember, admission is free for children 12 and younger.

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