SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) - Many of you are probably itching to get out of the house this weekend now that Hurricane Dorian is out of our area.
Indian Street is the place to be this Friday night, as Ghost Coast Distillery and Service Brewing team up for a big block party benefitting a great cause. The third annual Indian Street Block Party is back, with proceeds going to the Humane Society of Greater Savannah.
“You can enjoy everything under the sun. great beer, great spirits, great music, great food, just a great time to get together. one of the big things is we need to focus on what the party’s all about. our charity is humane society. They get overlooked a lot of times on funding. Any time local businesses can jump in and help, that’s what we like to do,” Ghost Coast owner Chris Sywassink said.
On Saturday morning, head out to beautiful Pin Point for the 7th annual Pin Point Seafood Festival! Enjoy delicious soul food and fresh seafood anyway you can imagine: grilled, fried, broiled, steamed and more! All the recipes have been passed down through generations. Tickets are $15 for adults and $7 for children. There is live entertainment all day long.
The Savannah Philharmonic opens a new season Saturday evening at the Lucas Theatre. Newly appointed music and artistic director designate Maestro Keitaro Harado conducts “Triple Threat,” a concert extravaganza.
"I’m super excited, this community has been so welcoming right from the get-go, from my first concert back in April,” Harado said.
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