20 Nov 2023
Are you visiting Savannah in January or February? It’s a perfect time to stay, with a full slate of activities to keep you entertained.
Get tickets for the R&B WinterFest featuring Keith Sweat and Friends at 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 5 at the Enmarket Arena.
Hear the Brass Spectacular at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist at 5 p.m. on Jan. 14. The ensemble invited some of their finest colleagues for a wide-ranging repertoire.
The Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parade rolls at 10 a.m. Jan. 15, starting at the intersection of East Broad and Liberty streets and follows East Oglethorpe and East Broughton to MLK Boulevard. Other events celebrating MLK include a Citywide Memorial Worship Service on Jan. 14 at St. Phillip Monumental AME Church and a Gospel Festival on Jan. 21 at Connor’s Temple.
Watch the State Ballet of Ukraine perform “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” on Jan. 15 at the John Mercer Theatre in the Savannah Civic Center. The Kyiv dance troupe formed more than 100 years ago, and currently tours internationally.
Thrill-seekers can experience virtual adventure at the MountainFilm On Tour, set Jan. 19-20 at various Savannah venues.
The 24th Low Country Home & Garden Show takes place on Jan. 19-21 at the Savannah Convention Center, featuring everything you need under one roof.
Dress up in your Cosplay best for an array of activities at the Animazing-Con on Jan. 20-21 at the Savannah Convention Center. The convention features more than 60 anime vendors and artists.
The Savannah Black Heritage Festival takes place from Feb. 1-29 with various art exhibitions, film screenings, concerts and lectures. See the full slate of events here, including the Grand Festival Day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Feb. 18 at the Savannah Civic Center.
Register for the Critz Tybee Run Fest on Feb. 2-3 on Tybee Island. Races include a One-Mile, 2.8 Mile Beach Run, 5K, 10K and Half-Marathon.
History buffs will enjoy the free, family-friendly Colonial Faire and Muster from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Feb. 2-3 at the Wormsloe State Historic Site. This living-history program explores life in 18th-century Georgia through cooking, dancing, craft, and military demonstrations.
Book a Savannah vacation rental like our one-bedroom Jones Street Retreat for a blissful and elegant stay this winter. Guests rave about the spacious rooms, including a bonus room with lounges and a TV, and a gorgeous dining area on the outdoor terrace.