Fall is the perfect time to be in Savannah, Georgia. The summer heat has calmed down to a dry warmth perfect for spending time outside. Festivals, outdoor activities, and historic walks are just a few of the many things to do in Savannah in November!
1. 🎞️ Savannah Film Festival, October 27-November 3 2018
The Savannah College of Art and Design presents the annual festival, filled with cinematic creativity from both award-winning professionals and emerging student filmmakers. Each year more than 50,000 people attend the eight-day SCAD Savannah Film Festival. The festival is host to a wide variety of competition film screenings, special screenings, workshops, panels and lectures.
2. 🎆 First Friday Fireworks, November 2 2018
Celebrate the end of the week and the beginning of a new month with First Friday Fireworks and River Street Fun! Music, food booths and artists make appearances around the Rousakis Riverfront Plaza, 115 East River St. This free event is open to the public every month!
3. 🍻 2018 Low Country Craft Brew Festival, November 3, 2018
The Low Country Craft Brew Festival tasting will take place alongside the Savannah riverfront and feature craft beers from a wide variety of breweries throughout the South East region. Tickets include unlimited beer tastings, a commemorative tasting glass, a cool event tee and delicious tasty tapas. Live music can be enjoyed by the duo made up of Savannah’s original singer songwriter Andrew Gill and American Idol’s Josh Johansson as well as powerhouse husband and wife duo CC Witt and Patrick Ellington.
4. 👟 Rock ’n’ Roll Savannah, November 3-4 2018
For over 20 years, the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series has made running fun by infusing each course with live bands, cheer teams and more. In 2018, we are bringing our best to Rock ‘n’ Roll Savannah Marathon & ½ Marathon with more music, runner support, and community engagement every step of the way. Throughout the years, this event has become a landmark event for the Hostess City of the South, featuring charming, scenic courses through the historic downtown district and southern hospitality at every turn. With a marathon, half marathon, 5K, 1 mile, and 2 person half marathon relay, there is something for everyone.
5. ⚽ Savannah Clovers v Sparta 20/20 FC, November 4 2018
Derived from First City Supporters, Savannah Clovers Football Club was founded on June 23, 2016 as an amateur soccer club. Operating as a Non-profit, we hope to engage players, fans and local businesses in an effort to give back to our community. In Spring of 2018, the Savannah Clovers will compete in the newly formed UPSL Southeast Conference. Formed in 2011, the UPSL is a sanctioned 5th division soccer league.
6. 🐶 Pups & Trucks Festival, November 4 2018
Join us for an afternoon of food and fun for you and your furry friends at
Skidaway Island State Park. Local food trucks will offer delicious food and even some snacks for your pups. Also enjoy pet boutiques, music, arts, crafts, vendors, pet rescue groups, and much more! Then you can take your pup for a walk on one of the many beautiful trails throughout the park.
7. 🍷 Savannah Food and Wine Festival, November 5-11 2018
This annual festival is Savannah’s main celebration of food and drink, with events held across the city during its week-long run including the popular River Street Stroll and Taste of Savannah. Ticket purchase required for individual events.
8. 🛥️ Boat Parade of Lights, November 24 2018
A Christmas parade, Savannah style! Over 40 lighted vessels parade both sides of the waterfront, accompanied by live music performances, tree lighting ceremony, and a fireworks extravaganza you won’t want to miss!
9. 🎄 Lights On For Tybee, November 30 2018
The Tybee tree lighting celebrations and welcoming special guests from the North Pole to help celebrate the holiday season takes place a week after Thanksgiving. The Lights on for Tybee Celebration begins at 6:30pm when everyone gathers at the Roundabout as the Mayor lights the Christmas Tree with all of you helping cheer him on. After the ceremonious lighting, the choir – led by performers with the Tybee Arts Association‘s Performing Society, will lead you from the tree to the steps of Historic Carbo House for holiday entertainment and good ole’ fashioned sing-a-longs.