12pm, 2pm, 4pm – Puppet Shows

Join Angela Beasley’s Puppet People for 3 shows throughout the day. These interactive puppet shows have become a hallmark of The Savannah Food Day Festival and has become part of many families’ tradition. This is a definite must see for all children and families.

www.puppetpeople.com

12pm – Gino Fanelli

Detroit-based jazz musician, Gino Fanelli began his journey in Lookout Mountain, Georgia after deciding to relocate, in pursuit of “something new.”Having played every genre from rockabilly to western swing and jazz, Fanelli eventually forged his signature style with 1930s N’awlins party jazz, which he has spent the last 15 years honing.

https://www.reverbnation.com/ginofanellimusic

1pm – The Train Wrecks

A musical force from the moss-draped Old South, The Train Wrecks are a hard-working band of songwriters and performers who love nothing more than good songs and a good show. They deliver a dynamic, original blend of Americana- ranging from outlaw alt-country and bluegrass to rootsy rock and beyond, all with a distinctive Southern swagger.   

www.thetrainwrecksband.com

2pm – Xulu Prophet

XuluProphet will be playing an original Psychedelic Funk/Rock Galaxy Rocker style with heavy Caribbean rhythmic undercurrents. Their message of TRUTH FREEDOM BEAUTY LOVE has come to embody the vibe that the Savannah Food Day Festival was founded upon.  Also appearing with special guests, the Stardust Pixies.

www.xuluprophet.com   |   www.facebook.com/stardustpixxies

3pm – Dale Worley & The Spirit I Am Band

Reverend Dale Worley is the senior minister at Unity of Savannah, a Center for Spiritual Awakening in Savannah, Georgia. Dale and the Spirit I Am band perform every Sunday as well as travel throughout the United States sharing a message of Love and Oneness at retreats and spiritual events.

 

4pm – The Indigos

The Indigos, created in a 2015 is a creative group built on the principles of Creativity, Passion, And Unity. Our group is filled with a variety of different artist, from poets to singers, musicians to painters, photographers to models. The Indigos are also a non profit organization that serves its community by mentoring the youth and be actively involve with savannah needs. Changing our own lives and the ones around us one day at a time.