Sleep Inn I-95 North Savannah
7206 Hwy. 21 North
Port Wentworth, GA 31407
Phone: (912) 966-9800
Fax: (912) 966-9800
This two screen theater features rocking chairs for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
The Roebling Road Raceway, previously known as the Savannah International Raceway is a road racetrack built in 1959. What is unique about this asphalt race course is that it features no viewing facilities for spectators. The track hosts various events for most part of the year. Drivers can either rent cars and automobiles, or get their own.
Located within the Savannah Civic Center, this multi-purpose arena hosts a variety of sports and entertainment shows. It has a seating capacity of 9,600 guests, and plays host to concerts, Ringling Brothers Circus and Disney on Ice Shows. Other exciting events at this venue are wrestling matches, Monster Truck Shows and exhibitions. The venue also doubles up as a corporate event venue at times. Check website for details.
With a seating capacity of over 2,500 spectators, this theater hosts a variety of entertainment events. It is home to the Savannah Symphony Orchestra and hosts numerous Broadway musicals, concerts, ballets, and comedy shows. It has an excellent surround-sound system that makes every performance a memorable event.
The Savannah Civic Center consists of two venues, where there's much action and fun to catch up with. 'The Martin Luther King Arena', is a huge arena with a capacity of 3,500 people. 'Johnny Mercer Theatre, is a smaller one with 2,524 seats and the proscenium in this theater is the largest. Besides there are the various promenades and the Grand Ballroom, suitable for parties, weddings, receptions, meetings etc. Broadway Concerts, Ballets, Ringling Brothers Circus, Walt Disney on Ice are few of the many popular events held here. Check out the website for upcoming events at the Savannah Civic Center.
Arthur Lucas, the proud owner of about 20 theaters, started this theater in 1921. He maintained absolutely cordial relationships with Savannah residents by giving away free tickets and gifts for birthdays and anniversaries. It was then, a popular venue for concerts, films and theatrical performances for about 40 years. With the popularization of other media, this theater was neglected and was proposed for demolition. Patrons, artists and localites who had been witness to the grandeur of the Lucas Theater, donated and collected funds and revived the theater in the year 2000. Now in affiliation with the Savannah College of Art and Design, the theater has regained its popularity and charm.
Like the Lucas Theatre, this theater was revived by the Savannah College of Arts and Design. Earlier known as the Weis Theater, run by the Weis family, this theater became a victim of the multiplex culture and lost its popularity. After being acquired by the College, the theater was restored, renamed the Trustees Theater and reopened in 1998. With 1,200 seats, the venue now hosts fashion shows, film screenings and theatrical performances. The theater hosts the Savannah Film Festival held by the College.
Opened in the late 19th century, Savannah Theater is the oldest and consistently functioning theater in America. With a refurbished outlook and state-of-the-art technical facilities, the theater still manages to maintain its historical charm. With a range of diverse theatrical performances in store, the venue is one of the most happening places in the cultural backdrop of Georgia.
Safe // Sound is a cool entertainment venue that hosts variety of events throughout the year. This event space with a capacity to accommodate 200 guests is a versatile venue and it stages live music concerts, art expositions, art & crafts and similar other gigs; you can also hire Safe // Sound for film shoots.
They say 'Never Judge a Book by its Cover' and it goes the same way with Wormhole. A simple establishment, with nothing out of the box, this place still manages to attract all the music lovers. Hosting performances of local soloist and bands, it presents various ticketed events. Wormhole also hosts a variety of touring groups who are distinguished by their acute music senses. Apart from live music events its also presents theatrical works and other performing arts. Wormhole opens from Monday to Wednesday at 8p.m. and stays so till after midnight. Check website for event schedules.
Tucked away among many houses, The Bomb Shelter is a DIY venue on the East 37th Street. It hosts touring bands and musicians regularly. They do not charge for their shows but donations are always welcome. There is no age bar as well at this space. Some of their previous listings are Life On The Sideline, Giants at Large, Picture Perfect, Cute Fills, Astro Cowboy and Empty Vessels.
Since 1941, The William L. Grayson Stadium has played host to a number of sports, especially baseball and is currently home to the Savannah Sand Gnats of the South Atlantic League. The stadium, being an important landmark in Savannah, is easy to locate and lies in the bounties of nature within plush green surroundings. The fully-roofed stadium provides seating arrangements for over 8000 people and is colorfully decorated with bright red and black. It is well-structured too, with the concession and souvenir stands located below the grandstand seatings and it also houses a separate out-field bleacher section. Over the years, it has played host to some of the greatest names in baseball including the likes of Ty Cobb and Mickey Mantle.