Savannah Folk Music Society exists to promote the enjoyment, preservation and evolution of the living art of folk music and dance. 

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GREAT NEWS!  Two Virtual Concerts Friday, Aug.7!

Concerts in the age of Covid can support performers and bring you live music!

First Friday for Folk Music, Friday, Aug 7, 2020. Part 1: Jacob Evans – at 7:30 PM.  South Georgia Alternative Soul, inspired by Richie Havens and John Legend. His album released July, 2019, had the currently appropriate title, Just Breathe. Live concert access: https://www.facebook.com/jacobsandwich/   OR, once the event is live we will have a direct link posted at https://www.facebook.com/savfolkmusic/.

First Friday for Folk Music, Friday, Aug 7, 2020. Part 2: Annette Wasilik — at 8:30 PM.  Annette is a multiple award-winning songwriter, who also hosts a monthly songwriters’ showcase in Maryland. This 8:30 PM concert will be found at: https://www.facebook.com/annette.wasilik/ Or, once the event is live, we will have a direct link on our SFMS FB page https://www.facebook.com/savfolkmusic/

SFMS will pay these artists, as if they were playing live on stage for you here in Savannah. Any donation you wish to make via the Donate button, top of this page, will be appreciated.

Contra Dances, Saturdays, 2020.  CANCELED 

Unfortunately, our socially close and aerobic contra dances must remain canceled due to continued efforts to defeat the spread of Covid-19.  But you can gyrate at will to the live concerts of Jacob Evans and Annette Wasilik.  We continue to invite  you to dance as if no one is watching.

Featured Performer

Annette Wasilik, Livestream on Aug 7, 8:30PM is Part Two of First Friday for Folk Music.

Who We Are
We are a society of music makers, appreciative listeners, and dancers.
We provide year-round, affordable access to acoustic music and dance, benefiting the greater Savannah community.
We define “Folk Music” broadly,
ranging from blues to bluegrass, from world music to country, from traditional to contemporary, from front porches to modern stages.
It’s “Roots Music”: playful, relaxing, thought-provoking and down-to-earth.
Some tunes are centuries old, others written yesterday. It’s acoustic, and often fun to sing along with, or to dance to.