We invite you to join us on Saturday, March 23, 2024, for a fabulous evening at the Metal Building at Trustees’ Garden followed by a concert by Samara Joy at the Lucas Theatre for the Arts.
Timeline of the Evening
Arrive at 660 East Broughton Street for the party at the Metal Building…
4:30 PM – VIP Reception
Sponsors and premium ticket holders are invited to come early to enjoy delectable passed appetizers and signature cocktails.
5 PM – The Party Begins
Make sure you look good for the cameras! Mix and mingle with friends as you enjoy an open bar and food stations by Chef Nick Mueller until…
7 PM – Paddles up!
Get ready for a fast-paced Live Auction and Fund-a-Need led by Auctioneer Erin Kienzle of Giving4Good.
8 PM – After the Auction
Trolleys await to take you to the Lucas Theatre, where you’ll enjoy an exclusive entrance into the lobby, prime seating in the house, and a phenomenal performance by the 2023 Best New Artist Grammy Winner and 2024 Best Jazz Performance Winner, Samara Joy.
10 PM – After the Show
Trolleys will be waiting to take you back to the Metal Building.
About Samara Joy
Savannah Music Festival fans are already well aware of Samara Joy’s masterful jazz vocals from her performances at the 2022 festival, and at only 24 years old, Joy is already well on her way to becoming a household name. Samara Joy leapt into the national spotlight when her album Linger Awhile garnered her the Best New Artist and Best Jazz Vocal Album awards at the 2023 GRAMMY Awards. In more recent news, Samara Joy took home the 2024 GRAMMY Award for Best Jazz Performance.
This season’s Spring Fling benefit party is inspired by the cover of Samara Joy’s GRAMMY-award winning album, Linger Awhile. Guests are encouraged to dress to impress in their best Linger Awhile-inspired cocktail attire.
Premium Ticket: $600 per person → Buy Now
Includes all Standard Ticket benefits, plus
Standard Ticket: $350 per person → Buy Now
Executive Director GENE DOBBS BRADFORD
Artistic Director RYAN MCMAKEN
Board Chair MARY DUGAS
Event Chair RHEGAN WHITE-CLEMM
Honorary Event Chair BOB FAIRCLOTH