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Discussion on Savannah's Music Scene Concerning Young Adults

Posted: Oct. 18th, 2012  |  By Michael Pearse
Dancer Zoe Jakes
Sierra Sandler

Though the author of this piece makes a silly assumption that only 18-20-year olds would know bands like Flogging Molly, she still makes a valid point about repealing the 2005 law in Savannah that doesn't allow anyone under 21 into a concert that serves alcohol.

The Music Farm is an 800 person capacity venue for live shows located off King Street in Charleston. It was once used as an indoor putt-putt course but has been functioning as a pass-through for some pretty stellar bands since 1991. Over the next several months, showgoers will have the opportunity to see bands like Passion Pit, Shpongle, Zion I, Mimosa and Flogging Molly on the Music Farm’s stage.

If these bands don’t sound too familiar to you, then you probably don’t fall into the category of 18 – 20-year-olds (like me) who packed themselves into the venue Saturday night for Beats Antique.


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