What you need to know about the upcoming ‘Sidetracked’ tour

By MARK FERRIGANPublished April 02, 2017 09:08:23A lot has changed since the last time I was in town.

Gone are the old hippies and punk rockers who flocked to the city of Savannah to enjoy a night of drinking and partying, and in its place are the hipsters and tech workers who flock to the area to get their hands on some new tech.

Gone is the hipster vibe that had filled the city during my time there.

And now, there are hipster, tech, and even goth kids all over town.

The last time the city hosted a tech-heavy concert, I saw an old man sitting on a bench in the corner of the main street and talking to his neighbor, who was about to have her first baby.

I can’t tell you how excited I was when he walked over to me and told me that he had just gotten the baby girl of his dreams.

I thought to myself, “You have to be kidding me.

How in the world could I possibly have missed that?!”

He was right.

I had no idea what to expect when I arrived at the venue.

The concert was held on a Sunday, and I didn’t even have the option to register.

What I saw was a concert that was about as far from what I expected as I could get.

The music, the crowd, and the venue all sounded like it was playing out of a video game.

That’s when I realized how far the city had come.

The most notable changes in the last few years have been in the way people go about their daily lives.

The number of tech-oriented restaurants has grown, as has the number of bars and bars with tech-related music.

But while these changes have had a positive effect on Savannah, it’s still an island.

When you go to Savannah, you’ll see a lot of old people hanging out in their houses and in the park.

In my time in Savannah, I’ve seen a lot more people moving out of the city.

I remember when I first got to Savannah I didn