VIP Tickets Announced! T. Hardy Morris Added.
T. Hardy Morris Added to 9/20/14 Revival Fest Lineup;
Sponsors and VIP Tickets Announced
Festival Weekend To Kick Off With Friday Night Private VIP Party and Concert at Pacci
MusicFile Productions announced today that Athens, Ga based T Hardy Morris has been added to the 9/20 festival lineup. Morris, who is best known as the lead singer of Athens’ band Dead Confederates, had a breakout year in support of his debut solo album, Audition Tapes, whose ten songs each featured a music video shot at one of the Georgia Trust’s “Places In Peril”. Festival organizer Kayne Lanahan commented: “Hardy’s ongoing commitment to historic preservation in Georgia is a perfect fit with the festival’s location in the old Paint Shops at the Georgia Railroad museum, which are undergoing a multi-year renovation. We are thrilled to have him on the lineup and to be able to hear him in such an auspicious space .”
Also announced is the addition of a VIP Pass for this year’s festival which will include a Private Concert and party on Fridayevening September 19th in the secret garden of Savannah’s Brice Hotel with complimentary food, wines and cocktails from Chef Roberto Leocci and Pacci Italian Kitchen and Bar. The event is sponsored in part by Savannah Magazine.The talent for the Private concert will be disclosed shortly. (Pacci will be roasting the Pig on Saturday as well!)
VIP ticket holders will also have access to a VIP Lounge at the festival with private bar, restrooms, access to the Art Rise Mobile Art Parlour as well as priority access to the festival’s Midnight Ramble official after party. The weekend long VIP Passes go on sale 8/19 and are priced at $120.00. In addition to Savannah Magazine and Pacci, other festival sponsors include Do Savannah, WJCL and WTGS, Creative Approach, MailChimp,The Coastal Heritage Society’s Tricentennial Parks, Savannah Bike Campaign (who will offer free bike valet at the festival), and Well Fed. Additional sponsors to be announced.
The festival takes place from noon until 11pm on Saturday, September 20th at the Georgia State Railroad Museum at 655 Louisville Road in Savannah. Local and regional Craft Beers, Bourbons and additional food and arts vendors will be announced separately.