If you’re going to the festival, you will need to purchase a $10 wristband which is a cover charge for the street party. 
-Valid I.D. for those 21 and over required.  
-Wristbands are required for those drinking alcoholic beverages outside on public streets in the festival zone, which extends from River Street to Broughton Street and East Broad Street to Fahm Street.
-Wristbands are not required inside of establishments serving alcohol.
-If you’re looking to join the party for more than one day, then you must buy a separate wristband each day.
-Wristband presale is the only credit card purchase option. Credit card processing fees are added for each wristband transaction.
-All festival onsite wristband sales and bars are cash only. ATMs are located throughout the festival zone.

Purchase your Festival of St. Patrick wristbands here in advance and pick them up at our designated Will Call location in front of the Hyatt Regency Savannah at 2 W. Bay Street, Savannah, GA 31401.

Will Call Location

Wristband booth in front of the Hyatt Regency Savannah at 2 W. Bay Street, Savannah, GA 31401

Festival Dates and Times

Friday, March 13, 2020: 6pm to midnight
Saturday, March 14, 2020: 10am to midnight
Sunday, March 15, 2020: 10am to 6pm

What to bring

  1. Wristband purchase confirmation
  2. Your ID
  3. Cash to purchase food and beverages

What to know

You must be present to pick up your reserved wristband (if you purchased 4 wristbands in one transaction, 4 people need to be present to pick them up.) Each person must be over 21 and present a valid ID.

You can only pick up the Friday wristbands on Friday,  Saturday wristbands on Saturday and Sunday wristbands on Sunday. Saturday wristbands cannot be picked up on Friday, and Sunday wristbands cannot be picked up on Friday or Saturday.

Persons who appear to be intoxicated may be denied entry. 

Prohibited Items

Persons are prohibited from entering the festival zone with weapons, beverage coolers, beverages in bottles and/or cans, amplified music devices, pets (excluding pets of residents who live within the festival zone), exotic animals, skates, bicycles, fireworks, sparklers, bang snaps (snap and pops) smoke balls (smoke bombs), and smoke fountains, and any other items which may be dangerous, disruptive, or inconvenient in crowded conditions.