March 2, 2019 // 3 PM - 6 PM

Oyster Roast 2019

Grove Point Plantation  // 2298 Grove Point Rd. //  Savannah

Celebrating Georgia's Coast

Oysters, beer, and BBQ - it doesn't get any better.

The Georgia Conservancy's biggest coastal event is just around the corner! Join us, along with hundreds of our closest friends and newest supporters, on March 2nd from 3 PM - 6 PM in Savannah for a celebration of Georgia's unrivaled coast!

Our annual Oyster Roast features all-you-can-enjoy oysters and clams from Sapelo Sea Farms, local music from Velvet Caravan,  delicious BBQ from Erica Davis Low Country Catering and SweetWater Brewing Company beer.

Located in the lowlands of coastal Georgia, on the banks of the Little Ogeechee River, the landscape of Grove Point Plantation and location of our 2019 Oyster Roast reflects the diversity of the region with large, bountiful gardens, rich woodlands and a marsh brimming with wildlife, including birds, fish and alligators. Thank you to Great Dane Trailers for generously donating the use of Grove Point Plantation for our Oyster Roast. 


Oyster Roast Very Important Shuckers (VIS) - $100 per person
VIS tickets include early entry to the Oyster Roast (2:30 PM), pre-function cocktail hour , access to our 2019 Oyster Roast VIS experience featuring low-country delicacies from Erica Davis Catering, Sweet Grass Dairy cheese, Savannah Bee Company honey, American Spirit Whiskey cocktails, Georgia Conservancy pint glass, Emerald Hare wine and SweetWater beer. Limited quantities available. 

Oyster Roast General - $55 per person
General Admission tickets include Sapelo Island Sea Farm oysters and clams, barbeque (all prepared by Erica Davis - Low Country Catering), SweetWater Brewing Company beer, Coca-Cola refreshments, campfires and live music.

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Grove Point & Great Dane Trailers

Live Oaks, saltwater marsh and historic buildings - Savannah's Grove Point makes the perfect backdrop for celebrating Georgia's Coast. Graciously donated by Great Dane Trailers, this is a rare opportunity for guests to enjoy this historic property overlooking the Little Ogeechee. Thanks Great Dane!

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Sapelo Sea Farms

Hands down, Charlie Phillips and Sapelo Sea Farms harvest some of the best clams and oysters we've ever enjoyed. Straight from Charlie's dock in Crescent, Georgia on Pelican Point, these bivalves could have landed in some of the finest restaurants on the East Coast - instead, they're on your table at our 2019 Oyster Roast!

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Erica Russo Davis Catering

Erica Russo Davis and her team bring their low-country culinary skills to our annual Oyster Roast every year! For fifteen years, Erica Russo Davis has been working to deliver the freshest tasting Low Country Boils and Oyster Roasts to people all over the southeast.

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Sweetwater Brewing Company

The beer of choice for the Georgia Conservancy! Enjoy a wonderful selection of SweetWater Brewing Company beers during your time at the Oyster Roast! Nothing washes down oysters, clams and BBQ like a cold, flavorful SweetWater brew!

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Velvet Caravan

Savannah’s Velvet Caravan is one of the most unusual ensembles in the area. Combining Gypsy, Honky-Tonk, Swing and Latin, this band plays upbeat tunes from all over the world with thunderous virtuosity and relentless sense of humor.

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André JoSEPH Gallant

Oysters have a long history with the people of Georgia's coast - and they potentially have a very promising future. Learn more about the southern oyster with André Gallant, author of "A High Low Tide: The Revival of A Southern Oyster" (published by University of Georgia Press) at this year's Oyster Roast.

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Georgia Conservancy Natural Partners


Oyster Roast Sponsors

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Georgia Conservancy's Coastal Office  

Protecting our coast has been a priority of the Georgia Conservancy for 50 years. From the St. Marys River and Cumberland Island to the Port of Savannah and the beaches of Tybee, the Georgia Conservancy prides itself on being an advocate for and steward of our salt marsh, estuaries, maritime forests and towering dunes. We maintain an office in historic downtown Savannah, headed by Coastal Director Charles McMillan, and are working on a range of projects to protect this precious natural resource.  The Oyster Roast is annual celebration of this important work and recognition of the incredible resources found along our more than 100 miles of sacred coastline.

Click here to read our coastal policy

Click here to learn about some of the coastal issues on which we are working