Savannah Stopover Music Festival has a massive lineup of stellar artists this year, and the headliners alone would make for an incredible festival; Soccer Mommy, of Montreal, and American Aquarium being just three of the recognizable names coming to Savannah on March 11 and 12.

Stopover also, as always, has a pretty amazing lineup of local artists for this year's festival that truly showcases some of the best this town has to offer. One of the most notable local happenings is a performance by legendary Savannah rock band Superhorse, who will be coming together for a headlining set for the kickoff party on Thursday, March 10 at 7pm. That opening night event, happening at Service Brewing, will also include Donna Savage and Rev Bro Diddley & the Hips.

Locals slated to play the main festival on the grounds of the Georgia State Railroad Museum include Basically Nancy, probably the most buzzed-about band in Savannah right now, as well as newcomers Calico MD, prolific country band Lyn Avenue, singer/songwriter Anna Kellam, and rock bands Bastardane, Little Gracie, and Chipper Bones.

Weekend passes and single-day tickets are available now for the festival, with tiered pricing that includes general admission and VIP offerings. The opening night concert is 21+. Learn more and get tickets at