by Amanda HollowellAugust 3, 2012
FREE! FUN! FORSYTH! Free music festival featuring local acts in the Savannah, GA.
Square Fest is a free music concert that will be held in Forsyth Park on the stage. The concept behind Square Fest is to showcase the independent music scene to the public for free. Savannah is home to some great grass roots bands that are usually only in the accessible via the Savannah Night Club scene. Square Fest’s main goal is to cover all genres of music from acoustic to grunge there is a little bit of everyone being represented. We want to bring these great talents to everyone for one day in the heart of this beautiful city. We want to invite the whole community to come out and enjoy a great evening of music, activities and fun on a beautiful summer evening.
This is the inaugural event for Square Fest and we are small collective, but we hope to raise great awareness about the music culture in the Savannah Area. Square Fest will feature local musicians, artisans, and assortment of vendors for the crowd to enjoy. Square Fest will also use this event to provide informational resources on health, fitness and other public health services.
As part of a continual theme of giving back, Square Fest will be giving a percentage of donations raised for this event to The Ronald McDonald House of the Coastal Empire.
This is a great opportunity for us to give back as much as we can to the community. The goal is to make this annual event in Savannah.
Date: Saturday, August 25th, 2012
Time: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Location: Forsyth Park - Stage Side
So come on and join in on the fun,
It’s just music y’all!
News Source: http://www.free-press-release.com/news-sqaure-fest-savannah-georgia-s-free-music-festival-1344025486.html
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