- Ember City
Hilton Head’s Cranford Hollow is an Americana and Southern Rock band that boasts influences like the Avett Brothers and Johnny Cash.
Fri., March 15, 5:30 P.M.In For A Penny @River Street Craic Stage
Savannah is lucky to have its own Celtic punk band, and even luckier that said band is In For A Penny. The group formed in 2015 and has spent the last few years playing regularly around St. Patrick’s Day. They’re not together too often these days, so don’t miss your chance to see their Irish punk madness.
Fri., March 15, 8 P.M.Wild Planes @River Street Craic Stage
Wild Planes is a straight up rock and roll experience. The band, from New City, New York, has played some big gigs over the last several years and comes to Savannah having toured with major artists and cut their teeth on the road in a major way. They’re currently prepping their debut album.
Fri., March 15, 10 P.M.Ember City @River Street Eire Stage
Local rockers Ember City have spent the last few years playing a heavy mix of alternative and grunge-influenced rock, playing steady gigs around Georgia and South Carolina promoting their engaging songs and exciting show.
Fri., March 15, 3 P.M.Lyn Avenue @City Market Eire Stage
Local country/Americana duo Lyn Avenue plays the Eire Stage amid a steady schedule, boasting authentic country melodies and a knack for roots-based songwriting. Both members of the long-running duo are seasoned performers and their show is sure to be a special one.
Fri., March 15, 5:30 P.M.Strange Boat @City Market Eire Stage
Savannah’s own Strange Boat is a unique band, blending Celtic folk and acoustic rock effortlessly with traditional Celtic instruments like tin whistle, mandolin, and fiddle. Don’t miss them if you love Irish music.
Fri., March 15, 7:30 P.M.Squash @River Street Slainte Stage
Locals Squash combine elements of funk and rock with jam band tendencies and progressive influences to create something uniquely theirs. They come to the River Street celebration amid a jam-packed schedule that keeps them playing regularly around town.
Fri., March 15, 6:30 P.M.Bottles & Cans @River Street Ceol Stage
Savannah’s own Bottles & Cans plays the Ceol Stage, bringing their brand of blues and rock along with them. The band has become known over the last 10 years or so as maybe the foremost blues-influenced group in the area.
Fri., March 15, 7 P.M.High Velocity @City Market Patagonia Cerveza Stage
Bloomingdale-based Southern Rock band High Velocity plays twice on the City Market stage for this year’s festivities.
Fri., March 15, 6 P.M. / Sat., March 16, 9 P.M.8 Mile Bend @City Market Patagonia Cerveza Stage
Join Savannah’s own 8 Mile Bend as they bring their rock and roll to the City Market stage. The band boasts diverse influences like Led Zeppelin, The Eagles, and the Allman Brothers - making their music unique and not to be missed if you’re celebrating in City Market.
Fri., March 15, 9 P.M. / Sat., March 16, 3 P.M.Jack Love Band @City Market Patagonia Cerveza Stage
Long-running country band the Jack Love Band plays twice this year, bringing their talents to the City Market stage among a diverse lineup of acts across a variety of genres. Fans of classic country songs and instrumentation will dig their sound.
Fri., March 15, 3 P.M. / Sat., March 16, 6 P.M.Tokyo Joe @Wild Wing City Market Bud Light Stage
Capping Wild Wing’s Bud Light stage in City Market, Columbia, South Carolina’s Tokyo Joe is a high-energy rock and pop band that has been working for more than 20 years.
Fri., March 15, 8:30 P.M.Whiskey Run @Wild Wing City Market Bud Light Stage
Playing country and rock covers from a variety of eras, Augusta’s Whiskey Run comes to town with a solid reputation and tons of shows under their belt - faithfully and lovingly providing an eclectic mix of music for audiences all over.
Sat., March 16, 5:30 P.M.Glamnation @Wild Wing City Market Bud Light Stage
Savannah is lucky to have some solid hair metal representation at this year’s celebration, and Glamnation is sure to deliver. The Charleston-based band brings hard rock hits from the 80s to town, along with big hair and spandex, of course.
Sat., March 16, 8:30 P.M.SHEHEHE @The Jinx
Athens punk rockers SHEHEHE headline The Jinx’s celebration on the 16th. The band has become known for their incredible stage show and equally incredible music since forming in 2011, and they’ve made The Jinx their home base in town. Also on the bill are Anders Thompsen Trio, Damon & the Shitkickers, and more.
Sat., March 16, 1:30 P.M.DOT.s @El Rocko Lounge
Atlanta’s DOT.s brings their signature synth pop sound to El Rocko amid the St. Paddy’s Day celebrations in town. If you’re into bands like LCD Soundsystem, you won’t want to miss this show.
Sat., March 16, 9 P.M.Trail Diver @Barrelhouse South
Jacksonville’s Trail Diver comes to Barrelhouse on St. Paddy’s Day, bringing their unique brand of Electronica mixed with Acid Funk along with them. It’s sure to be a party whenever they’re in town, but it certainly helps that they’re here on maybe the biggest party of the year.
Sun., March 17, 5 P.M.Xuluprophet @The Jinx
Savannah’s own pyschedelic funk and reggae band Xuluprophet takes the Jinx stage on St. Paddy’s day, doing an early show to help you unwind from the weekend’s festivities. The band has become a staple in the local scene, and their St. Paddy’s show is the perfect way to spend the most Irish day of the year.
Sun., March 17, 4 P.M.