Grand Wine Tasting w/ Sapphire Bullets of Love
Apr
27
3:00 PM15:00

Grand Wine Tasting w/ Sapphire Bullets of Love

The Grand Wine Tasting is the Festival’s signature event featuring more than 100 international wines and samplings from the menus of our favorite Tybee restaurants. This beautiful spring afternoon event, set on the spacious grounds of the historic Tybee Island Light Station, also features a spectacular silent auction, and, as always, a commemorative 2019 Tybee Wine Festival wine glass to take home. The Sapphire Bullets of Pure Love, the legendary rhythm & blues big band, will perform on the festival stage. So, bring your beach chair or blanket, relax on the Lighthouse lawn and enjoy this April afternoon of good food, fine wine and lots of fun! We’ll also offer our VIP tent again this year, which features special hors-d'oeuvres and additional wines, not to mention tables in the shade!
The Grand Wine Tasting is the Festival’s signature event featuring more than 100 international wines and samplings from the menus of our favorite Tybee restaurants. This beautiful spring afternoon event, set on the spacious grounds of the historic Tybee Island Light Station, also features a spectacular silent auction, and, as always, a commemorative 2019 Tybee Wine Festival wine glass to take home. The Sapphire Bullets of Pure Love, the legendary rhythm & blues big band, will perform on the festival stage. So, bring your beach chair or blanket, relax on the Lighthouse lawn and enjoy this April afternoon of good food, fine wine and lots of fun! We’ll also offer our VIP tent again this year, which features special hors-d'oeuvres and additional wines, not to mention tables in the shade!

Saturday, April 27, 2019
Tybee Lighthouse
3-6pm
Cost: $65.00 VIP $110.00

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Jeffery Broussard & The Creole Cowboys
Apr
28
7:00 PM19:00

Jeffery Broussard & The Creole Cowboys

Jeffery Broussard is well, the real deal. And he’s going to shake up the Tybee Post Theater stage with his energetic, toe-tapping Zydeco band! Broussard is, without a doubt, one of the most influential accordionists and vocalists in modern Zydeco music.

He began his career with traditional Creole Zydeco music playing drums in his father’s band, Delton Broussard & The Lawtell Playboys, then moved on to develop the nouveau Zydeco sound in Zydeco Force, now returning to the more traditional Zydeco sound with his own band, Jeffery Broussard and The Creole Cowboys. They play non-stop from coast to coast, from this week’s New Orleans Jazz Festival to The Kennedy Center!

"Broussard is the show ... with virtuoso chops on the old-style button accordion, the newer piano-key accordion, and acoustic fiddle, with a voice that rivals Otis Redding ‘s for grit and accessibility. A consummate showman..."  says American Songwriter.

Dancing in the aisles allowed. Because, lawdy, you won’t be able to help yourselves!

Sunday, April 28, 7 pm. Tickets $20 general admission

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Mipso & Chatham County Line
May
3
8:00 PM20:00

Mipso & Chatham County Line

Two wildly popular Americana bands from North Carolina have selected the Tybee Post Theater as one of only three venues to stage their special three-city tour together.

Mipso’s distinctly unique sound an undeniable alchemy of the historical musical traditions of the rural south and their progressive home of Chapel Hill.  A discernible and rising force in the upstart musical genre known as Americana, Mipso’s music is lush and forward moving. A tender, harmony-laden river runs through the band’s core, but the rocky outcroppings change with every album outing. Appalachia melds with modern alt-country, hints of folk-rock are leavened with a sly and subversive sense of humour, and underneath it all is a genuine and moving passion for the ever-evolving traditions of Americana. With the recent release of the band’s fifth album, Edges Run (April 2018/Anti-Fragile Music), Mipso continues the complex dance of looking back and moving forward with grace and beauty.

And based on looks alone, Chatham County Line conjures a sepia-toned timelessness by huddling around a single microphone on stage, playing traditional string band instrumentation while clad in suits and ties. But for nearly two decades, the Raleigh, NC-based outfit has consistently crafted top-notch, original modern acoustic music that draws upon American roots forefathers while acknowledging its own members’ backgrounds in rock bands.

Built around songwriter/guitarist Dave Wilson’s clever lines and compelling vignettes, their sound is a treasure trove of the wistful balladry and dynamic toe-tappers that have become hallmarks of the band. John Teer (mandolin/fiddle), Chandler Holt (banjo), and Greg Readling (bass) add stellar three- and four-part harmonies for vocal highlights, while their impeccable yet unconventional picking—rooted in bluegrass but informed by a wealth of other influences—impresses without overshadowing Wilson’s rich storytelling.

Friday, May 3, 8 pm. Tickets Reserved seating $25/$30 premium

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Interstellar Echoes Present Pink Floyd!
May
25
8:00 PM20:00

Interstellar Echoes Present Pink Floyd!

The Southeast's premier Pink Floyd Tribute, Interstellar Echoes, back at the Post after a sold-out concert last year, pride themselves on accurately reproducing the legendary catalogue of Pink Floyd. Obsessed with the sounds, sights, and lore of this global music icon; Interstellar Echoes go to great lengths to provide a meticulously researched, fully immersive live experience consisting of classic staples, as well as deep cuts that will please even the most die-hard Pink Floyd fan.

Their iconic laser light show is worth the price of admission alone! Please join us for an unforgettable night of Pink Floyd classics from "Hey You" and "Money" to "Another Brick in the Wall."

"A must have for a Pink Floyd tribute is a laser light show and Interstellar Echoes brought them in a big way. Mission accomplished for recreating the Pink Floyd experience.” — Libro Musica

Sat. May 25, 8 pm. Tickets $20/$25 premium

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One of These Nights, the Music of the Eagles
Jun
1
8:00 PM20:00

One of These Nights, the Music of the Eagles

The Eagles are arguably the quintessential American band combining influences of both rock and country into a unique sound that provided the soundtrack of a generation.

And Russ Lanier and the Dark Desert Highway Band is a passionate group of eight talented musicians and singers, who perform the rich vocal harmonies and intricate guitar styles of The Eagles in a nonstop journey through their countless radio hits, top 10 singles and favorite solo works in the band’s music catalogue.

This fantastic band performed two sold-out shows at the Post last year, and now we're bringing them  back for an encore! You will want to grab your tickets early. It’ll be a trip down a musical memory lane that will have you out of your seats and singing along to “The Best of My Love,” “Lyin’ Eyes,” “Witchy Woman,” “Hotel California” and many more. 

Saturday, June 1, 8 pm. Tickets $25/$30 Reserved seating

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Sail On: The Beach Boys Tribute
Jun
14
8:00 PM20:00

Sail On: The Beach Boys Tribute

Sail On: The Beach Boys Tribute out of Nashville focuses on performing songs by “America's Band,” The Beach Boys, to sheer perfection. This top tribute brings a young look and authentic sound reminiscent of the original Beach Boys during the prime of their career.

The group’s harmonies capture the sound of the iconic band and transport the audience to the beach for an evening of memories and Fun, Fun, Fun. Energetic and youthful tribute to The Beach Boys.

Members of Sail On have performed with musicians from Brian Wilson's band, The Zombies, Earth Wind and Fire, Cheap Trick, Mark Lindsay and produced recordings for Micky Dolenz. In 2018 Sail on performed over 70 dates across the country, including three nights filling in for Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys, while accompanied by the Nashville Symphony.

"If you are looking for an authentic Beach Boys Concert Experience, Sail On, is as close as you are going to get. Our audience absolutely LOVED Sail On.” – Charleston Music Hall

Friday, June 14, 8 pm. Tickets reserved seating $25/$30 premium

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Jupiter Coyote
Apr
20
7:30 PM19:30

Jupiter Coyote

Chris Smith, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s 2019 Man of the Year, will be working with JC at this special 420 show to raise some money. There will be a 50/50 raffle and all kinds of merch avail for purchase. This will be part of a 10-week-long fundraising campaign to help find cures for blood cancers. The Man & Woman of the Year (MWOY) campaign is an incredible opportunity to support the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) mission to Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.

In the course of their 27-year history, Jupiter Coyote has played over five thousand shows, traveled everywhere and done just about everything a touring band can do. The innovative group has independently sold close to a million CDs, tens of thousands of downloads, and who knows how many bootlegs they cut loose to fans for free. JC is brand name, and a pioneering cornerstone in the jam band scene. They have been called the new twist in southern rock and they deliver it with a relaxed, worldly view. Their sound has been labeled “Mountain Rock” — a mixture of Southern Appalachian boogie, bluegrass-infused, funk-rock.

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Ray & Etta: Father of Soul & Matriarch of Blues
Apr
19
8:00 PM20:00

Ray & Etta: Father of Soul & Matriarch of Blues

If you enjoyed our "Frank & Ella" concert last year, you don't want to miss Laiken Love and Trae Gurley's "Ray & Etta: Father of Soul & Matriarch of Blues." This show is going to be packed with some of the best blues & soul these artists have to offer! 

Ray Charles, born Charles Ray Robinson in Albany, Ga., was blind since the age of 7. He pioneered the soul music genre during the 1950s by combining blues, rhythm and blues, and gospel styles into the music he recorded for Atlantic Records! Despite many setbacks in life Ray went to become the beloved "Father of Soul!"! His famous hits include "Shake Ya Tail Feather," "Unchain My Heart," "Come Rain or Come Shine" and "Georgia On My Mind."

Etta, born Jamesetta Hawkins in Los Angeles, was a gospel prodigy and discovered at age 16 by musician Johnny Otis. Her powerful, deep, earthy voice bridged the gap between rhythm and blues and rock and roll. She won six Grammy Awards and 17 Blues Music Awards. She was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993. Some of her hits including “At Last,” Tell Mama,” and “Something’s Got a Hold on Me.”

Trae Gurley's deep southern soul and Laiken Love's sweet and sassy vocals will make this night unforgettable! They will be backed once again by the Eric Jones Trio! 

Friday, April 19, 8 pm Tickets $18

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Rock & Roll With Toxic Oscar
Apr
13
8:00 PM20:00

Rock & Roll With Toxic Oscar

Toxic Oscar takes the stage at the Tybee Post Theater for the first time. This popular classic rock band is celebrating its 30th anniversary 30 years, since coming together under the name Ajna in 1979.

 From the outset the band performed mostly original music as well as all your rock ‘n roll favorites from artists such as Rush, Yes, Led Zepplin, Pearl Jam and Pink Floyd. After some personnel changes after a decade of performing all over the Lowcountry, the group renamed themselves Toxic Oscar and continued to perform mostly original music and released a CD titled “Granny’s Secret.

Most of the original band members remain, including Randy Clark, lead vocals; Steve Prescott, guitar, vocals, keyboard; Will Griffiths, keyboard; Brian Paul, lead guitar; Glenn Smith, drums; and Eddie Stewart, bass.

Sat. April 13, 8 pm. Tickets $15

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Hilton Head Symphony Under The Stars: "An Unforgettable Evening"
Apr
10
6:00 PM18:00

Hilton Head Symphony Under The Stars: "An Unforgettable Evening"

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An “Unforgettable” collaboration of classical and jazz between Hilton Head favorite “Reggie Deas and Deas Guys” and the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra!

In a large festive tent under the baton of John Morris Russell, patrons can enjoy the music and dinner with friends.  Table groups use the concert themes to inspire costumes, table decorations and dinner menus as they compete for a variety of prizes. What a fun way to get into the spirit of this exciting evening!

Whether you put a table of ten together, design costumes, have your dinner catered or bring your picnic and sit outside under the stars, you will get into the spirit of this always thrilling evening.  Last year’s concert was sold out, so book your tables early.  You can provide your own refreshments, but wine, beer, soft drinks and water are available for sale by the League of the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra.

Tickets for table seating are $85 and $75, new additional seating options at $50 for concert seating, and the popular outside lawn seating is $25.  Bring your lawn chair or blanket, add a picnic dinner and enjoy a great evening!

This event has no rain date.

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Hilton Head Symphony Under The Stars: "An Unforgettable Evening"
Apr
9
6:00 PM18:00

Hilton Head Symphony Under The Stars: "An Unforgettable Evening"

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An “Unforgettable” collaboration of classical and jazz between Hilton Head favorite “Reggie Deas and Deas Guys” and the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra!

In a large festive tent under the baton of John Morris Russell, patrons can enjoy the music and dinner with friends.  Table groups use the concert themes to inspire costumes, table decorations and dinner menus as they compete for a variety of prizes. What a fun way to get into the spirit of this exciting evening!

Whether you put a table of ten together, design costumes, have your dinner catered or bring your picnic and sit outside under the stars, you will get into the spirit of this always thrilling evening.  Last year’s concert was sold out, so book your tables early.  You can provide your own refreshments, but wine, beer, soft drinks and water are available for sale by the League of the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra.

Tickets for table seating are $85 and $75, new additional seating options at $50 for concert seating, and the popular outside lawn seating is $25.  Bring your lawn chair or blanket, add a picnic dinner and enjoy a great evening!

This event has no rain date.

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Publix Savannah Women's Half Marathon & 5k Race After Party
Apr
6
8:00 AM08:00

Publix Savannah Women's Half Marathon & 5k Race After Party

The Publix Savannah Women’s Half Marathon & 5K will host a Post-Race party immediately following the finish of the race in beautiful Forsyth Park. Come take part in a celebration of your accomplishment. The party will be a great blend of live music, free beer from 26.2 beer AND mimosas from Barefoot Wine and Publix orange juice, prizes and awards all in beautiful Forsyth Park. So whether you ran in the race or you’re cheering a close friend on, come see what we have planned!

The finish line will be located right behind the Forsyth Fountain and the runner chute will feed directly into the park for the Post-Race Party. So bring your friends and come enjoy the fun! You deserve it!

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Charlton With Strings
Apr
5
7:30 PM19:30

Charlton With Strings

Charlton Singleton is joining forces with the Charleston Symphony! Together with a jazz trio, Charlton Singleton and the Charleston Symphony's string section will play a swinging program featuring Clifford Brown’s soulful jazz classics and Mongo Santamaria's passion-filled "Afro Blue" that will surely leave you feeling a little more rhythm and a little less of the blues.

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Chloe Agnew, A St. Patrick's Day Celebration
Mar
9
7:30 PM19:30

Chloe Agnew, A St. Patrick's Day Celebration

Chloë Agnew, singer, songwriter and actress from Dublin, is back on our stage alongside Irish tenor Dermot Kieran to kick off our St. Patrick’s Day fun.

 Chloë, you remember, gained fame for her integral part as one of the original (and youngest) members of the internationally acclaimed music group Celtic Woman from the age of 14. At the age of 24, she was already a musical veteran and after an illustrious decade-long career with the famous ensemble; she embarked on a solo career that has seen her perform all over the world.

Along with for her Irish folk standards, she’ll also perform some of her newest music. Storytelling and songwriting are at the heart of her family-friendly show, so bring the kids and the grandparents and get into the St. Patrick’s Day spirit.

Sat. March 9, 7:30 pm. Tickets $18/$22 premium

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Departure- The Journey Tribute
Mar
9
7:00 PM19:00

Departure- The Journey Tribute

Our buddy John Henderson of Coach’s Corner is celebrating the big 5-0! To celebrate this “Journey” John will be bringing back Departure for a back to back show this weekend! Get your tickets today!

Ticket Info: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/departure-the-journey-tribute-band-tickets-54188382912?fbclid=IwAR3Y0fRCW2XdnWNe_Uc0WglLCIAPMCiY_jFEmCWhpZGZD6liEnkC2mmCRxM

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Departure - The Journey Tribute Band
Mar
8
7:00 PM19:00

Departure - The Journey Tribute Band

Our buddy John Henderson of Coach’s Corner is celebrating the big 5-0! To celebrate this “Journey” John will be bringing back Departure for a back to back show this weekend! Get your tickets today!

Ticket info: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/departure-the-journey-tribute-band-tickets-54188335771?fbclid=IwAR3eL_g13PJG-tvZMoqo9--XUAR-d3AtqJHlU7v47WwfowzDDwE18-cAYQI

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"Those Were the Days" w/William Florian!
Mar
2
7:00 PM19:00

"Those Were the Days" w/William Florian!

An upbeat, musical journey of America's greatest songs of the 60s, starring iconic folk music songwriter and performer, William Florian, a former lead singer with the famous New Christy Minstrels. It's a memorable night of the music of Peter Paul & Mary, John Denver, Pete Seeger, The Mamas & The Papas, and uplifting originals presented with amusing stories in an intimate show. 

Who can forget the Minstrel's greatest Top 40 folk music hits, including "This Land Is Your Land", "Green, Green," "Today" and "Ramblin'?" Throw in "If I had a Hammer," "Blowin' in the Wind," and "Where Have all the Flowers Gone" and you have a wonderous walk down memory lane with one of the most personable performers on the national touring scene today. 

William, a charismatic and engaging artist, performed this concert two years ago and we sold out the house! Bring the kids, and grandkids if you got 'em, and sing along with William on the greatest hits of the 60s and 70s.

Saturday March 2, 7 pm. Reserved Seating. Tickets $20 adults; $25 premium seats

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Strangelove: The Depeche Mode Experience
Feb
28
8:00 PM20:00

Strangelove: The Depeche Mode Experience

Coming to Coach's Corner February 28....Los Angeles based STRANGELOVE-The Depeche Mode Experience delivers a career spanning, pitch perfect “best of” concert that transports the listener through time and touches on several key points in Depeche Mode’s illustrious career. Songs from throughout the Depeche canon are lovingly recreated; from favorites on DM’s debut Speak and Spell to the newest fare from ‘Mode’s latest- 2017’s “Spirit”. No detail of STRANGELOVE’s presentation has been overlooked. The visual presentation with stage set pieces and in-show costume changes reflect different eras of Depeche Mode’s story; which spans almost four decades

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American Traditions Vocal Competition
Feb
18
to Feb 22

American Traditions Vocal Competition

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The American Traditions Vocal Competition (ATC) returns for its highly anticipated 26th anniversary season Feb. 18-22, 2019. With an outstanding line up of 28 contestants, three new judges and one new pianist, this year's performances are sure to entertain audiences of all ages.

This year's judges include award-winning jazz musician Melba Joyce, American composer, conductor and music administrator Michael Ching, and Tony award-nominee and Broadway performer Phillip Boykin. Crowd pleasing pianists return, with David Shenton celebrating nine years of incredible pianistic collaboration with the competition and Wilson Southerland joining for his fifth year. These veteran pianists will be joined by Andrew Sotomayor, who will accompany contestants during this competition for the first time.

Rebecca Odorisio will join this year's competition as emcee. Odorisio moved to New York at the age of eighteen to pursue her dramatic education. Her B.F.A. studies were completed at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. She enjoys a wide spectrum of dramatic work, from Shakespeare to Sondheim to Strayhorn. A facile and versatile performer, Rebecca places equal emphasis on musical, comedic, and dramatic pursuits. She is the 2015 All-Star Champion of New York's Cabaret Showdown, a founding member of the theatre company, Island Shakespeare, and a recent member of America's Sweethearts, an "Andrews' sisters" - style women's harmony group, performing American songbook and Americana music from wartimes. Rebecca is the 2015 ATC Silver Medalist, the 2015 and 2016 Ben Tucker Jazz Award winner and the 2016 Johnny Mercer Award winner.

The ATC celebrates and preserves all styles of classic American music. The organization promotes these songs by producing an annual vocal competition in Savannah, Georgia, that awards $35,000 in cash prizes. The ATC is committed to serving the greater Savannah community. The organization provides musical education, exposure and performances for Savannah locals of all ages. This 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts institution was born of the desire to foster and preserve traditions of musical expression, which have been significant in the culture of the United States, by celebrating the repertoire that represents both the art and the popular cultures of our country.

The 2019 competition kicks off with a Judge's Concert at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 18 at Skidway Island United Methodist Church (UMC), 54 Diamond Causeway, on Skidaway Island. Guests will enjoy an evening of music with performances by all three ATC judges. Tickets to this concert cost $30 each.

At 4 and 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19 and Wednesday, Feb. 20, the 28 quarterfinalists will perform three diverse, American songs each at Skidaway Island UMC in the hopes of advancing to the semifinals. The first half of contestants competes on Tuesday, and the remaining contestants will put it all on the line Wednesday. Day passes for the quarterfinals cost $25 each.

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Lowcountry Heartbreakers
Feb
16
8:00 PM20:00

Lowcountry Heartbreakers


The season of love is getting even sweeter as the Tybee Post Theater presents the Lowcountry Heartbreakers! Join us for an irresistible evening featuring singer/songwriters Payne Bridges, Josephine Johnson, and Jenna Lyn. 

With each leading lady unique to their own musical stylings, audiences can expect to hear a lowcountry blend of jazz, soul, country, and blues. This intimate and exclusive evening features original music from each artist, thoughtfully curated to celebrate the many facets of love. Accompanied by the accomplished pianist Rhett Mouchet, this is sure to be an evening you don’t want to miss!

Meet our lovely heartbreakers:
Payne Bridges has been bringing her soulful, acoustic sound to stages across Savannah and the surrounding Lowcountry for last five years. She has opened for numerous acts, including local bands, Waits & Co. and The Train Wrecks, as well as Nashville recording artist, Gabe Dixon.

Josephine Johnson has been singing in church and school since she was a child. Her music weaves together the voices and inspiration of her idols—think Melissa Etheridge meets Janis Joplin and Norah Jones for a sassy chat over an afternoon of chai tea! 

From church choirs to festival stages, Jenna Lyn's roots are revealed in her soulful southern style. Her career began as a hospice music therapist and member of several Savannah bands.  Jenna's sound integrates stories and perspectives from all aspects of life.

Sat. Feb. 16, 8 pm. Tickets $15Buy Tickets


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Mardi Gras -- Savannah Stompers Style!
Feb
10
4:00 PM16:00

Mardi Gras -- Savannah Stompers Style!


Come celebrate Mardi Gras with the legendary Savannah Stompers Jazz Band. They’ve been entertaining Savannah for decades but this is their first time on the Tybee Post Theater stage – and it’s going to be a big time!

The Stompers embody the music of the “Golden Age of Jazz” from the early decades of the last century. You’ll hear, see and enjoy the recreation of historic jazz writers and performers, including Jelly Roll Morton, King Oliver, Louis Armstrong, Bix Beiderbeck, W.C. Handy and more! This band replicates the original instrumentation of those classic ensembles with trumpet, trombone, and clarinet on the front line and piano, tuba, banjo and drums in the rhythm section.

And these personable gents will share humorous anecdotes about the writers and performers who made this music American’s greatest contribution to the world’s culture! 

We’ll expect to see some of you doing the Charleston, Lindy, two-step, fox trot and tango in the aisles and in front of the stage. You won’t be able to help yourselves. Wear your beads and Mardi Gras bling and let the good times roll at this fabulous afternoon event!

Sun. Feb. 10, 4 pm. Tickets, reserved seating, $15/$18 premium, $10 children 12 and underBuy Tickets


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Fire & Rain, the James Taylor Experience
Feb
9
8:00 PM20:00

Fire & Rain, the James Taylor Experience


Get ready for an amazing show with Fire and Rain, the James Taylor Tribute Experience!

This James Taylor performer has spent years perfecting his fingerpicking guitar technique and his smooth vocal tones and creates an evening of James Taylor music that will amaze even the most avid fan. Fresh off last year’s national tour, including command performances in Las Vegas, The James Taylor Experience, featuring the Fire and Rain Band, performs all of JTs best, including the entire album “James Taylor’s Greatest Hits (the white one which sold over 11 million copies!).”

Of course, you’ll hear all of the familiar mellow tunes like “Carolina on My Mind” and “Fire & Rain,” but don’t forget all of the great upbeat hits like “Smiling Faces,” “How Sweet It Is” and “Up on the Roof,” too!

Come prepared to be transported back to the heyday of James Taylor’s career and enjoy an evening of great music from one of the nation’s top tribute bands. At the Post, of course!

Sat. Feb/ 9, 8 pm. Tickets $25 reservedBuy Tickets


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84- The Ultimate Van Halen Experience at Coach’s Corner
Feb
2
8:00 PM20:00

84- The Ultimate Van Halen Experience at Coach’s Corner

The Ultimate Van Halen Experience!! 84 has quickly become the region's most sought after Van Halen tribute band.

Faithfully recreating the sound, look, and energy of the original Van Halen lineup (1978-1984), 84 brings a jaw-droppingly authentic, passion filled show to packed venues and sold out crowds throughout the Southeast and beyond. 84's Dave, Eddie, Michael, and Alex work to bring you the most accurate concert experience possible. And it ain't no joke!

Behind this outrageously accurate concert experience, are 4 perfectly synced music professionals with the flawlessly aligned objective of taking each audience back in time to the early days of Van Halen when Rock Music ruled the world, and Van Halen ruled Rock Music. This is no "stay in your lane" performance. Each show is uniquely different and uniquely inspired by the audience out front. Just like the original.

84 covers material from the original self titled album Van Halen (1978) thru their most popular album 1984. You will be on your feet with David Lee Roth era hits like Jump, Panama, Hot For Teacher, Runnin With the Devil, Ain't Talkin' Bout Love, Eruption, Unchained, You Really Got Me, and many, many more! If your favorite isn't listed, you can be sure you will catch it at a show.

Witness stage chemistry like no other and once again live the experience of your youth when Van Halen was delivering all the glory that was David Lee Roth, Eddie Van Halen, Michael Anthony, and Alex Van Halen. It was PERFECT, and 84 strives to bring that perfection to you.

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King Mackerel & the Blues Are Running
Jan
27
3:00 PM15:00

King Mackerel & the Blues Are Running

The Coastal Cohorts are bringing their acclaimed environmental musical, King Mackerel & The Blues are Running back to Tybee with its first-ever run at the Post Theater!

The three-man show is an acoustic revue of Southern coastal life, with songs and stories about fishing, getting your car stuck in the sand, cooking, joyriding, romance (doomed and triumphant), shag dancing and of course, hurricanes. Their ‘tap-your-feet’ happy music has traveled successfully as far up the Coast as Martha’s Vineyard and the Kennedy Center.  This show was also filmed as a PBS-TV special.

The Coastal Cohorts is a trio of Southern composer/performer/friends: Broadway entertainer and part-time Tybee resident Jim Wann, along with rock artist and producer Don Dixon and author/creative writing professor Bland Simpson. They took King Mackerel from Chapel Hill to New York City in the mid-1980’s for two successful runs off-Broadway, then returned to their Carolina roots for an ongoing series of partnerships with environmental and arts nonprofits. It was produced twice on Tybee Island to raise funds for the restoration of the Tybee Post Theater. And now, finally, they are on stage in the coolest little music hall in the Coastal Empire!

This concert will benefit the Post and The Dolphin Project during their 30th anniversary year. This local nonprofit works to protect wild, estuarine Bottlenose dolphins in coastal Georgia.

Sat. Jan. 26, 7:30 pm; Sun. Jan. 27, 3 pm. Tickets $25/$30 premium; $12 children 12 and under.


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King Mackerel & the Blues Are Running
Jan
26
7:30 PM19:30

King Mackerel & the Blues Are Running

The Coastal Cohorts are bringing their acclaimed environmental musical, King Mackerel & The Blues are Running back to Tybee with its first-ever run at the Post Theater!

The three-man show is an acoustic revue of Southern coastal life, with songs and stories about fishing, getting your car stuck in the sand, cooking, joyriding, romance (doomed and triumphant), shag dancing and of course, hurricanes. Their ‘tap-your-feet’ happy music has traveled successfully as far up the Coast as Martha’s Vineyard and the Kennedy Center.  This show was also filmed as a PBS-TV special.

The Coastal Cohorts is a trio of Southern composer/performer/friends: Broadway entertainer and part-time Tybee resident Jim Wann, along with rock artist and producer Don Dixon and author/creative writing professor Bland Simpson. They took King Mackerel from Chapel Hill to New York City in the mid-1980’s for two successful runs off-Broadway, then returned to their Carolina roots for an ongoing series of partnerships with environmental and arts nonprofits. It was produced twice on Tybee Island to raise funds for the restoration of the Tybee Post Theater. And now, finally, they are on stage in the coolest little music hall in the Coastal Empire!

This concert will benefit the Post and The Dolphin Project during their 30th anniversary year. This local nonprofit works to protect wild, estuarine Bottlenose dolphins in coastal Georgia.

Sat. Jan. 26, 7:30 pm; Sun. Jan. 27, 3 pm. Tickets $25/$30 premium; $12 children 12 and under.

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An 80s Redeux w/The Southern Holiday Jazz Band
Jan
18
8:00 PM20:00

An 80s Redeux w/The Southern Holiday Jazz Band

The roots of modern music are in jazz -- so watch Jane Ogle and the Southern Holiday Jazz Band pull it up by the roots!

It's An 80's Redeux!

Spandex. Preppies. MTV. Spiked hair and moussed hair and BIG hair. Turned up collars. Skinny ties. Parachute pants. Pebbles ponytails. And wildly eclectic music. We will open old AND new doors for musicians and listeners alike who love the music of the 80's.

"Jump" "Brass In Pocket" "Love Will Never Do" ...  Songs by Janet Jackson, Eurythmics, Squeeze, Heart, Elvis Costello, Queen, Rod Stewart, Melissa Etheridge, The Police... played by a bunch of jazz heads to make them their own. It's definitely not elevator music -- it's a pumped up and swinging salute to the 80s!

We will re-live and revive these great 80's anthems with Savannah favorites Jane Ogle on vocals, Jeff Powell on guitars, Marc Chesanow on bass, Billy Hoffman on drums, and Jared Hall on keys. (Like Bill and Ted would always say, "Most Excellent!”)

Friday, Jan. 18, 8 pm. Tickets $18 General Admission

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Drivin N Cryin/SOLD OUT
Jan
12
8:00 PM20:00

Drivin N Cryin/SOLD OUT


It was October 1985 when Drivin N Cryin played their first show at Atlanta’s famed 688 Club. The band quickly gained attention for its blistering live shows and amassed a rabid fanbase in the fertile soil of the late-1980s Southeast music scene. 

Now 33 years later, founding members Kevin Kinney and Tim Nielsen have survived the pressures of fame, a shifting musical landscape, multiple lineup changes, and miles of back roads and highways to arrive here -- at the Tybee Post Theater!

Celebrating a gold record, 10 full-length albums and a handful of EPs to their credit, the band refuses to rest on its laurels. The Fall 2017 re-release of Mystery Road on Island Records (Universal) and a Darius Rucker cover of the band’s beloved anthem “Straight To Hell” featuring Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan and Charles Kelley (of Lady Antebellum) caused a ton of interest from fans both old and new. In the Summer of 2018 the band re-released their remastered 1997 eponymous album as Too Late To Turn Back Now on New West Records. Most recently, the band blew away crowds at the 2018 Americana Music Festival in Nashville where they played multiple shows featuring songs from an upcoming studio album produced by Aaron Lee Tasjan, slated for release in Spring 2019.

Comfortable with their past and confident in their future, the band has an arsenal of songs, a full tank of gas and no intention of stopping any time soon. 

 Fri., Jan. 11 & Sat. Jan. 12, 8 pm. Tickets $27/$32 premiumBuy Tickets


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Drivin N Cryin/SOLD OUT
Jan
11
2:30 PM14:30

Drivin N Cryin/SOLD OUT


It was October 1985 when Drivin N Cryin played their first show at Atlanta’s famed 688 Club. The band quickly gained attention for its blistering live shows and amassed a rabid fanbase in the fertile soil of the late-1980s Southeast music scene. 

Now 33 years later, founding members Kevin Kinney and Tim Nielsen have survived the pressures of fame, a shifting musical landscape, multiple lineup changes, and miles of back roads and highways to arrive here -- at the Tybee Post Theater!

Celebrating a gold record, 10 full-length albums and a handful of EPs to their credit, the band refuses to rest on its laurels. The Fall 2017 re-release of Mystery Road on Island Records (Universal) and a Darius Rucker cover of the band’s beloved anthem “Straight To Hell” featuring Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan and Charles Kelley (of Lady Antebellum) caused a ton of interest from fans both old and new. In the Summer of 2018 the band re-released their remastered 1997 eponymous album as Too Late To Turn Back Now on New West Records. Most recently, the band blew away crowds at the 2018 Americana Music Festival in Nashville where they played multiple shows featuring songs from an upcoming studio album produced by Aaron Lee Tasjan, slated for release in Spring 2019.

Comfortable with their past and confident in their future, the band has an arsenal of songs, a full tank of gas and no intention of stopping any time soon. 

 Fri., Jan. 11 & Sat. Jan. 12, 8 pm. Tickets $27/$32 premium


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ATC on Tybee presents Nat Zegree in concert
Dec
16
3:00 PM15:00

ATC on Tybee presents Nat Zegree in concert

Get ready for some Rock 'N Roll on the keys!

In this third performance in a new musical series with the American Traditions Vocal Competition, we’re bringing Nat Zegree down from the Big Apple!

This kid has been performing since he was 3, but since moving to New York in 2014, Nat has been nominated for two Broadway World awards for his performance as Jerry Lee Lewis in the Ogunquit Playhouse production of Million Dollar Quartet for Best Lead Actor and Best Vocal Performance. 

He has also been heard in Pasek and Paul’s new musical Dear Evan Hansen, which premiered at the Arena Theatre in Washington DC. Other credits include performances in: Next to Normal, Spring Awakening, The Wizard of Oz), Rocky (The Rocky Horror Show), Feste (12th Night), Flute (A Midsummer Nights Dream and Lord of the Flies; and he has also released a debut album, entitled “Fly More Than You Fall.” 

Sun. Dec. 16, 3 pm Tickets $20/$25 premium

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2nd Annual Tybee Christmas Cabaret
Dec
15
7:30 PM19:30

2nd Annual Tybee Christmas Cabaret

Do You Hear What I Hear? It’s time for the 2nd Annual Tybee Christmas Cabaret! 

This year our lineup features Broadway writer, singer, producer and part-time Tybee resident Jim Wann as host; opera singer, instrumentalist and instructor Rebecca Patrick Flaherty; along with vocalists J.J. Collins and Megan Wellman Blanton; the 13th Colony Sounds Barbershop Quartet, and a top-flight band featuring Steven Bryan on the keyboard, Bobby Hanson playing the harmonica, Bill Smith playing the guitar, Ryan Kelly on bass, and Chris Ames on drums.

The Christmas Cabaret features all-local Tybee and Savannah professional performers in a variety show format that includes holiday standards and carols. This year we will also be caroling with the audience and with such an exciting line-up reserved seats will go fast!

Sat. Dec. 15, 7:30 pm Tickets $20/$25 premium, $15 students

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Tybee's First Annual Rockin' Blue Christmas
Dec
7
8:00 PM20:00

Tybee's First Annual Rockin' Blue Christmas


Two of the area’s best-loved bands and a few of their special guests share the stage for an evening of rock and roll, rhythm and blues, Americana and soul music – plus plenty of Yuletide cheer and holiday songs (both classic and obscure).

First up is a full set by Bottles & Cans. Led by guitarist and deep-voiced singer Ray Lundy, this shining light on the regional music scene has been entertaining crowds for close to two decades with their swampy brand of old, country blues and toe-tappin’ rave-ups. Their longtime lineup of drummer Josh Safer and harmonica player Marty Ellis will be joined for this performance by bassist Thomas Mitz and the dazzling female vocals of Laiken Love.

The Magic Rocks follow with a full set of their own. An island favorite that is known for their high-energy rock shows, inventive arrangements and impressive three-part vocal harmonies, this electric power trio of guitarist Craig Johansen, bassist Ronny Kersey and drummer Jim Reed is an established favorite at festivals, benefits, nightclubs and all manner of area venues. They will be joined by the lovely and talented female vocalist Amy Ochoa.

Philip Reynolds Price, one of the most versatile and in-demand keyboardists in the Southeast will add piano, organ and synthesizer to both bands’ sets, and will be on-hand for the big finale which will feature all the musicians onstage together, ending the night with a few timeless Christmas tunes.

Don’t you dare miss it!

Fri., Dec. 7, 8 pm. Tickets $15

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ATC on Tybee presents From New York to Nashville: An Evening with Joshua Carswell and Bex Odorisio
Nov
16
8:00 PM20:00

ATC on Tybee presents From New York to Nashville: An Evening with Joshua Carswell and Bex Odorisio

Our second concert in partnership with American Traditions Vocal Competition brings two outstanding performers to our stage: Joshua Carswell, the 2012 Gold Medalist and Rebecca Odorisio, a three-time finalist in the prestigious national singing competition, performing with Kim Steiner.

A native of North Carolina, Joshua Carswell graduated from Elon University with the university’s prestigious Presser Music Scholar award. He has been a featured soloist in both Carnegie Hall’s Isaac Stern Auditorium and on the Grand Ole’ Opry. Joshua has performed alongside the Greensboro Opera, Cape Cod Symphony, Savannah Philharmonic as well as the North Carolina Symphony. He currently resides in Nashville, where in addition to his active touring schedule with top-ten Billboard charting group the Annie Moses Band, he works as a session musician and vocal coach.

Joshua has recently been busy in theaters across the nation performing his solo show entitled The Monet of Melody. Joshua's breathtaking agility creates a signature sound, singing pop originals, folk melodies, and stunning interpretations of beloved American classics from Johnny Mercer to Hank Williams. He is set to release his new original album "Innerspace" in Spring 2019.

Rebecca "Bex" Odorisio left Philly for New York at the age of eighteen to study at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Since earning her B.F.A., she has worked her away across a wide theatrical spectrum, performing everything from Shakespeare to Sondheim to Strayhorn.

Rebecca, now living in Manhattan, places equal emphasis on musical, comedic, and dramatic pursuits. She is the recipient of the 2015 and 2016 Ben Tucker Jazz Award and the 2016 Johnny Mercer Award from the American Traditions Competition, the 2015 All-Star Champion of the Cabaret Showdown, and a proud member of America's Sweethearts, an all-female trio that performs in the style of the Andrews Sisters. 

Fri. Nov. 16, 8 pm Tickets $20/$25 premium

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Johnny Mercer's 109th Birthday Bash!
Nov
13
3:30 PM15:30

Johnny Mercer's 109th Birthday Bash!

Join us this Sunday afternoon for a concert celebrating the 109th birthday of Savannah’s favorite son, the immortal Johnny Mercer! A half dozen of the Coastal Empire’s most accomplished singers accompanied by a three-piece ensemble will fill our concert hall with all the classics, from Blues in the Night and Summer Wind to Accentuate the Positive and In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening.

Presented by the Friends of Johnny Mercer and produced by Chris Chandler, this entertaining matinee production features guitarist and songwriter, Jim Wann, composer of the Tony-nominated Best-Musical “Pump Boy’s and Dinettes.”  Jim celebrated the 25th anniversary of his hit show with an original cast reunion at New York’s Feinstien’s/54 Below.

Other noted performers include alto sax player and former director of Armstrong Atlantic State Universities Jazz Program, Randall Reese. Singer-songwriter Gary Swindell will be accompanied by guitarist James Lee Smith. They will perform unique arrangements of ‘Mercer’ classics. And Keith Gay, owner of Tybee Beach Vacation Rentals, will open the show singing several Mercer classics. He will be joined onstage by sons Cody Gay and Keith Gay Jr. performing “Old Black Magic.”

We’ll have a special appearance by the Groves High School singing the Mercer/Chris Chandler collaboration, ”A Merry Christmas to You All.”

Musical accompaniment will be provided by the Tybee Post Trio: Chris Chandler on piano, Johnnie Kennedy on bass; Marc Cordray on drums, and Randall Reese on alto sax.

Sunday, Nov. 18, 3 pm. Tickets $20

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Tybee City Limits Encore: Kris Youmans Band, Eric Culberson Band
Nov
10
8:00 PM20:00

Tybee City Limits Encore: Kris Youmans Band, Eric Culberson Band

This month, Tybee City Limits is bringing back a very special brother-sister – Eric Culberson and his big sister, Kris Youmans! They played to a sold-out house of family and fans, and we thought we’d bring them back for an encore.

First up is the Eric Culberson Band! Culberson, as everyone around here knows, is the finest blues guitarist in the Southeast and his hard-working band, with Johnathan Hill on bass and Larry Duff on drums, deliver a high-energy performances that is a healthy dose of traditional blues with a modern sonic palette; familiar, yet altogether refreshing as they play clubs and festivals from Savannah to the Keys. Their sound is a mix of traditional blues

Following Eric is his big sister’s highly acclaimed country band, Kris Youmans & Her Mighty Fine Band, winner of the 2016 Georgia Country Awards for Traditional Artist. Youmans’ songwriting style is strongly Roots influenced, and traditional and southern as her hometown of Savannah. Her band, now based in Newnan, including Barefoot Slim on Steel Guitar, David Puett on Guitar, Patrick Thompson Bass and Jerry Lee Percussion, help to achieve that high and lonesome sound which is the signature to their shows. Kris slips in her band’s own original western-infused songs between Hank Sr. & Lefty Frizzell covers.

With any luck, we’ll be able to get these two outstanding band’s together for an extended encore!

Saturday, Nov. 10, 8 pm. Tickets $15

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