An all-day festival finale featuring continuous live music on three stages and a vendor marketplace with local and regional food and refreshments!
Wet Willie's Stage
Club Stage at Morris Center
BLOCK 1: $99.50 + FEES SOLD OUT!
BLOCK 2: $119.50 + FEES
BLOCK 3: $139.50 + FEES
- All-day access to all stages
- Access to all vendors (priced separately)
BLOCK 1: $249.50 + FEES SOLD OUT!
BLOCK 2: $299.50 + FEES SOLD OUT!
Additional amenities include:
- Priority entrance lane
- Premium viewing area
- Exclusive air-conditioned VIP area & restrooms
- Free beer, wine, water & soft drinks served at two exclusive bars
- Catered lunch and dinner
- Official merchandise gift
*General admission and VIP tickets will be sold at each pricing block for a limited time, until that allotment is gone, at which point the next pricing block will take effect. There is no difference in the amenities of each block.
What does my general admission ticket include?
Your general admission ticket includes all performances on three stages at Trustees’ Garden.
*Please note that the Club Stage is located within the Charles H. Morris Center and therefore has a limited capacity. So as not to violate fire code, patrons will be allowed into the venue only as others leave if it reaches maximum capacity.
Do you allow re-entry?
Yes, re-entry is allowed.
Does my child require a ticket for entry?
All ages are welcome! Children ages 5 and under do not need a ticket.
How do I get my ticket(s) exchanged for wristband(s)?
All patrons will be required to exchange their tickets for wristbands upon arrival at the event. These wristbands will grant the ability to exit and re-enter Trustees’ Garden throughout the day, and are not transferable once placed on a patron’s wrist. Wristbands are void if tampered with or removed.
At what time should I arrive at Trustees’ Garden?
Trustees’ Garden will open at 11:30 AM. The first act of the day (El Septeto Santiaguero) goes on at noon.
Where can I park my car?
Free patron parking will be available across General McIntosh at the Savannah River Landing property. Attendants will be on hand to assist.
Premium patron parking will be available next to the VIP building off of Randolph Street. Tickets for premium parking will go on sale soon.
Bicycle valet is being provided by the Savannah Bicycle Campaign, with an exact location to be made available soon.
Where should I tell Uber or Lyft to drop me off?
Rideshare drop off is at the intersection of Barr Street and East Broughton Street. Typing in “Barr St & E Broughton St” to your rideshare app will take you to the correct location.
Are chairs allowed at Trustees’ Garden?
Due to the grade of the hill, patrons are encouraged to use blankets, mats or towels at Trustees’ Garden. Bleacher seating is available and patrons are allowed to bring chairs with the following stipulations:
• ONE low-backed chair (under 30”) will be permitted per attendee. No sun shades allowed.
• Saving spaces is not permitted; unattended chairs will be removed by event staff.
• Chairs may only be set up in chair zones, which will be published in the map of grounds and clearly marked by signage at the event.
What am I allowed and not allowed to bring onto Trustees’ Garden grounds?
Upon initial entry, patrons will be required to walk through metal detectors and bags will be subject to search. Any items that are deemed unsafe or inappropriate, or are being used for purposes other than intended, may be confiscated on site. Patrons also have the option of returning these item(s) to their vehicle(s).
• Blankets, mats and/or towels (maximum size of 8’ by 10’).
• ONE low-backed chair (under 30”) per attendee. No sun shades allowed.
• Bags that do not exceed 10” by 10” by 10” in size.
• Sunscreen, hat, sunglasses
• Aerosol containers (this includes sunscreen and personal beauty products)
• Professional camera and recording (photo, video, audio) equipment and accessories such as stands, monopods, tripods, attachment sticks, etc.
• Drones or any other remote flying device
• Coolers of any kind (exceptions may be made for medical use)
• Hammocks and inflatable furniture of any kind
• Outside food or beverage of any kind
• Pets (exceptions will be made for service animals)
• Skateboards, scooters, bicycles, wagons or carts
• Tents, canopies or shade structures of any kind
• Weapons or explosives of any kind
• Illegal or illicit substances of any kind
• Bicycles on Trustees’ Garden grounds (bike parking to be provided)
• Totems, rage sticks or flags
• Instruments, megaphones, horns or noise makers
• Selfie sticks
• Unauthorized/unlicensed vendors are not allowed. No unauthorized solicitation and materials including handbills, flyers, stickers, beach balls, give-aways, samples, etc.
Can I bring food or drink onto the Trustees’ Garden grounds?
No outside food or drink of any kind is permitted. Once on the Trustees’ Garden grounds, you may purchase food and drink from a variety of vendors.
Featured Food Trucks:
Ben & Jerry’s
Big Boy Cookies
Can I get cash at Trustees’ Garden?
There will be three ATMs on the property. Food trucks will offer multiple modes of payment (cash and card), as will the merchandising area. Beverage sales will be cash-only.
Is Trustees’ Garden wheelchair accessible?
The Trustees’ Garden grounds are wheelchair accessible, but please be aware that this is an outdoor event situated in a park, and most travel is over natural terrain. If it should rain, there will be mud in some places. We do not provide personal care, golf cart rides, push service or wheelchairs for rent or loan. A powered device should not move faster than a person can walk. Details on handicapped entry will be published in the map of grounds.
Is smoking and/or vaping permitted?
Trustees’ Garden is a smoke-free campus. Smoking and vaping is permitted only in the Charles H. Morris Center parking lot, where the food vendors are located.
What will happen in the case of inclement weather?
This event is rain or shine. Artist management will decide if and when storm delays are necessary for safety, in which case scheduling will be adjusted and announced.
What will happen in the case of a medical emergency?
There will be on-site emergency personnel.
What will happen if I lose a personal belonging on the Trustees’ Garden grounds?
A lost and found area will be located near the entry at a Patron Services station.
Can I be a vendor?
We are no longer accepting vendor applications.
Can I be a volunteer?
We have several volunteer opportunities available at this event. Please visit savannahmusicfestival.org/volunteer to complete an interest form to be added to our volunteer registry.
If you’ve already been registered, please visit the Volunteer Information Center to view opportunities and sign-up!
Policies and info:
- All sales are final; no refunds or exchanges.
- The event is rain or shine.
- Ticket prices are subject to additional service fees and handling charges.
- Standard Savannah Music Festival ticket discounts and donor benefits do not apply (with the exceptions of standard student, senior and military discounts).
- Patrons of all ages are welcome. Tickets will be required for patrons age 6 and older.
- Patrons will be required to exchange their tickets for wristbands upon arrival at the event. Wristbands are not transferrable once placed on a patron’s wrist.
- There is an online limit of twelve (12) tickets per order. To purchase over 12 tickets, please call 912.234.3378 x111.
- The resale or attempted resale of tickets at a price higher than that appearing on the face of the ticket is prohibited and if discovered will result in the ticket being voided without refund. Only Savannah Box Office tickets will be honored upon entry.
- All patrons are subject to search upon entry.
- All acts advertised have confirmed their appearance at Trustees’ Garden; however, acts and performance times are subject to change.
- Detailed venue and concert policies will be issued to all ticket holders within 30 days of the event.