Welcome to the Tybee Post Theater
Located on Tybee Island, the historic Tybee Post Theater, was constructed in 1930 as a movie house for the soldiers stationed at the Army base in the now Fort Screven Historic District. After going dark in the mid-1960s, the curtain was raised for the first time in 50 years in September 2015, reborn as a performing arts and movie venue for Tybee residents and visitors alike.
Tybee Island residences and visitors alike adore the Tybee Post Theater because we offer an intimate experience rich in nostalgia with a wide variety of entertainment. For example, The Tybee Post Theater offers first run, classic and children’s films, live music concerts, comedy performances, lectures, dance and theatrical performances, and so much more.
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Tybee Post Music Festival
From folk to reggae, the festival has got it all. Located on the grounds of Hotel Tybee, this outdoor event will be one to remember!
Concerts on Tybee Island
The Tybee Post Theater offers live music almost every weekend on Tybee Island. Only 20mins from downtown Savannah, the Tybee Post Theater hosts a wide variety of live music including local Savannah performers, tribute concerts, singer-song writers, and musicians from all genres all across the country.
Join the Fun
Spend a day at the beach, and stay to discover Tybee Islands night life at the Tybee Post Theater. Our affordable concessions are the perfect companion to live music, comedy shows and… well every event we offer!
Our theater is conveniently located only steps from the beach with plenty of public parking, and state of the art equipment in a fully restored 1930s movie theater.
Beat the heat and escape to Savannah’s movie theater of choice right here on Tybee Island. We offer a nostalgic and affordable movie experience for everyone visiting the Tybee Post Theater, $5.00 movies for kids & students and only $9 for adults.
Support the Post
Since the 1930s the Tybee Post Theater has stood strong in heart of the Fort Screven Historic District at the north end of Tybee Island. Our rich history is a testament to the dedication that allows the performing arts to flourish in the low country. Consider donating to the Tybee Post Theater today to support the theater’s programming you enjoy year after year.