Box Office icon-external
216 East Broughton Street
The Savannah Box Office located outside of the Trustees Theater acts as the primary box office for SMF ticket purchases and is open for in-person and phone purchases Monday–Friday from 10 AM–5 PM. Tickets may be purchased 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at savannahmusicfestival.org.
Charles H. Morris Center icon-external
10 East Broad Street
The Charles H. Morris Center is SMF’s premier club-style venue. Flexible seating accommodates dance parties, concerts and cabaret performances. Craft beer, wine and beverage service is available. On-site parking is limited.
Christ Church Episcopal icon-external
28 Bull Street
On the east side of Johnson Square is Christ Church Episcopal, often referred to as the Mother Church of Georgia. It was the first church in historic Savannah, and boasts exceptional acoustics for vocal, organ and chamber music. Parking is limited to city-operated garages and on-street spaces.
Johnny Mercer Theater icon-external
301 West Oglethorpe Avenue
Located at the Savannah Civic Center, the Johnny Mercer Theater holds just over 2,500 patrons, making it SMF’s largest venue. Beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages are available in the lobby. On-site parking is available.
Lucas Theatre for the Arts icon-external
32 Abercorn Street
The Lucas Theatre is one of SMF’s primary performance halls with seating for over 1,200 patrons. Beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages are available in the lobby. Parking is limited to city-operated garages and on-street spaces.
Rousakis Plaza icon-external
Savannah’s breezy, cobblestone-lined River Street is home to Swing Central Jazz’s Jazz on the River, featuring free open-air performances by the twelve high school big bands participating in the Swing Central Jazz competition. Parking is very limited.
North Garden Assembly Room
at Ships of the Sea Museum icon-external
41 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
Unique in Savannah, this outdoor covered space is home to concerts on weekends during SMF. Wear layers to prepare for Savannah’s spring weather. Craft beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages are available at this venue. On-site parking is limited.
St. Paul’s Greek Orthodox Church icon-external
14 West Anderson Street
Constructed in 1897 as a cultural, educational and civic space, St. Paul’s has been home to Savannah’s Greek Orthodox congregation since 1941. The colorful sanctuary seats 200 people and hosts the opening weekend of SMF’s chamber series. On-site parking is available.
Temple Mickve Israel icon-external
20 East Gordon Street
Located on Monterey Square, Temple Mickve Israel opened in 1878 and is Georgia’s oldest Jewish congregation. The Gothic Revival building seats 300 people and hosts the 2016 performance of the Danish String Quartet. Parking is limited to on-street spaces.
Trinity United Methodist Church icon-external
127 Barnard Street
Located on Telfair Square, the Trinity United Methodist Church is SMF’s primary classical music venue. The sanctuary provides wonderful acoustics, plentiful sight lines and a simple, elegant interior. Parking is limited to city-operated garages and on-street spaces.
Trustees Theater icon-external
216 East Broughton Street
Recently renovated, SCAD’s Trustees Theater is one of SMF’s primary performance halls, seating over 1,100 patrons. Non-alcoholic beverages and snacks are available in the lobby. Parking is limited to city-operated garages and on-street spaces.
Unitarian Universalist Church icon-external
311 East Harris Street
Located on beautiful Troup Square, the historic Unitarian Universalist Church was home to Asif Ali Khan in 2014 and Daniel Hope & Friends in 2015. The sanctuary creates an intimate concert setting for 175 people. Parking is limited to on-street spaces.