2022 Savannah Jazz Festival Recap

The 41st annual Savannah Jazz Festival has come and gone with a week of live music starting on Tuesday, September 20 at the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum and ending on Sunday, September 25 at Georgia Southern’s Fine Arts Hall.

The festival featured performances from dozens of artists including ensemble bands, orchestras, quartets and solo acts and was hosted at multiple different venues in the local Savannah area.

Three days of the festival were held in the amphitheater at Forsyth Park in the historic district of Savannah. The performances drew in spectators who enjoyed the live music in the temperate weather of an early southern autumn season.

The festival was free to attendees and was sponsored by businesses like Capital A Productions and Music and Arts. Local vendors like Leopold’s Ice Cream and The Big Cheese were available to festival goers at Forsyth Park.

For music enthusiasts who were unable to attend the festival in person, a live stream of the performances was broadcasted on the WSAV website.

Savannah Jazz is asking that you fill out this survey on their web page, in order to help them continue to host an enjoyable festival in the coming years.