March 6 - 8, 2020
Savannah Civic Center
301 W Oglethorpe Ave
Savannah, GA 31401
Video links will be emailed to studio directors within 5 business days of the event. Parents, please wait for instructions from your director or studio owner on how to access your videos.
For Reservations: CALL THE HOTEL DIRECTLY
This is an Extremely busy time of year in Savannah.
We strongly urge you to book early as the number
of rooms available at the below rates are very limited!
Hampton Inn & Suites
603 West Oglethorpe Avenue Savannah, GA 31401
Reservations Phone: 800-445-8667
Special Rate: $199 Kings; $209 Doubles
Must book before February 1, 2020 or until rooms sell out
March is a very Busy time for Savannah - BOOK VERY EARLY!
Across street from the Venue
Free Hot Breakfast
Springhill Suites Savannah
150 Montgomery Street Savannah, GA 31401
Embassy Suites Historic District
605 West Charlton Oglethorpe Avenue Savannah, GA 31401
Savannah's Top Restaurants
Due to its location, Savannah offers diverse cuisine ranging from local and regional to fresh seafood and international delights.
- Chive Sea Bar & Lounge - American, Seafood
- Crystal Beer Parlor - American, Pub
- The Vault Kitchen + Market - Seafood, Sushi
- Driftaway Cafe - American, Bar
- Cotton & Rye - American
- Wiley's Championship BBQ - American, Barbecue
- Jazz'd Tapas Bar - American, Bar
- 45 Bistro - American
- Treylor Park - American, Bar
- Tequila's Town - Mexican, Southwestern
• The owners of Circa 1875, a well-known French bistro in Savannah’s historic district, have branched out with the recent opening of La Scala Ristorante, an Italian eatery in the Starland district. Housed in a restored mansion, La Scala offers private dining for groups of up to 300 (100 on its outdoor patio). Try the Guancia di Manzo: Chianti-braised Wagyu beef cheek with chestnut tagliatelle, root vegetable ragu and pickled beets.
• Detour to River Street Sweets, the oldest candy store in town (if you consider 1978 to be old), to indulge in "world-famous" candied pralines, homemade pecan pies, chocolate-mint fudge, chocolate turtles and more. Take a moment to watch as saltwater taffy is rolled, twisted and turned on a 100-year-old machine.
• Established in 1753, the Pirates' House began as a grog hall for bawdy shipmates. The restaurant honors its history with seagoing servers and hearty fare for groups of 20-150.