Friday, January 18, 2013

Fireworks on River Street in Savannah GA

Beat the Winter Doldrums with Fireworks on River Street

Life in Savannah, Georgia is always pleasant, but during the winter months some folks feel the need to do something that reminds them that the beautiful days of spring and summer are just ahead. Well, those folks are in luck, because First Friday Fireworks on the River will turn February into a precursor for Independence Day!

Imagine walking Historic River Street, visiting the great shops and restaurants and then gathering with several thousand of your Savannah neighbors to witness a dazzling display of fireworks!  The sights and sounds of fireworks harken the warm breezes of a July weekend. The live music and great dining that follow will make the night an event to chase away the winter doldrums.

Best of all, the First Friday Fireworks on the River displays is free and open to the public. It is family friendly and it will introduce you to all of the wonders of River Street.  This historic district is part of the heart and soul of Savannah.River Street is filled with art galleries, book stores, night spots and clothing boutiques. The folks you will find there are some of the friendliest in the South. Each business offers a unique opportunity to explore the core of Southern living, our rich Georgia heritage. The businesses here are dedicated to preserving the memory of days gone by while equally committed to providing a great shopping and dining experience.

Surrounding River Street are some of the best tourist stops in town including the Savannah City Hall, the United States Custom House and the world famous Washington Guns located at the Chatham Artillery. So come down early and spend the day exploring the richness of downtown Savannah.
Make your plans now and attend the First Friday Fireworks on the River. Call (912)234.0295  for more information.

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