301 W Oglethorpe Ave, Savannah, GA 31401
Really nice property! Guides were very supportive during the concert. We were very acquainted with seat positions. Superb concert with south blues. I’d return to a concert in Civic Center. Good and wide-ranging. Clean toilets. Clean. Parking is across the driveway, so it’s only a short stroll to the parking lot. I believe we paid for parking like 10 bucks. Don’t know if the price changes. However, we had fun again. More is great location. Personnel are extremely hospitable.
This community has too much resources to have this structure not upgraded. This place would go even slightly a long way to restore. It is important that we invest into this culture and that the university helps promote halls and centres. The vendors are numerous; a great deal of diverse stalls, accessories, art, lighting, food, etc.
Had a Free Flash case. Then the new artist Alexis Jordan was excellent and very good. Donell Jones played and rocked his room. The African dancers of all ages were an unprecedented show.
The Savannah Civic Center is a multipurpose building in the historic district of Savannah, Georgia. The complex was built in 1974 and comprises of four venues: the Martin Luther King Arena, Johnny Mercer Theatre, West & East Promenades and the Grand Ballroom Civic Center. Various festivals, seminars, workshops, college and high school graduations, plays, stages, dance shows and comedy shows are organized all over the years in this center. A national A / V company and production management are available at the Savannah Civic Center for event planning.
Every year the City Centre, including the Savannah Tire Hockey Classic, hosts nearly 900 events that award the “Thrasher Cup” and many meetings on the meeting floors. He was the home of the Savannah Bees basketball team, the Savannah Spirits basketball team of the Continental Basketball Association, and the EISL football team of Savannah Rug Ratz. Between 1986 and 1987 the arena hosted the men’s basketball tournament of the Big South Conference.
Several famous artists worldwide have performed concerts at the center.
This amazing location is located in beautiful Savannah, Georgia, along with these other must-see places of interest:
- Savannah Riverfront
- The Georgia Historical Society
- Tybee Island Light Station
- The Savannah Civic Center
- The Savannah International Trade & Convention Center
- Ellis Square
- Savannah’s Haitian Monument
- Fort Jackson
- Forsyth Park
- Franklin Square
And after your visit make sure to stop by the best CBD Store in Savannah, Mary Jane’s CBD Dispensary, on West Victory Drive!