The Greater Birmingham Humane Society Young Professionals Board is hosting it’s Cocktails for Critters happy hour this May 25 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Sky Castle. Guests are invited to come by after work, have a drink or two and support the GBHS! 10% of the night’s proceeds will benefit the GBHS and the thousands of animals
Birmingham Events & Happenings
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Start Memorial Day weekend off right with the Brasfield & Gorrie BBQ Cook-Off! On May 25, from 4 to 7 p.m., teams will face off to earn the title of “Best Barbecue” in Birmingham. Hosted by Brasfield & Gorrie, this outdoor street festival will feature competing grill teams, live music, food trucks and a kids’ zone
¡NUEVOlution! is a large-scale, bilingual, multi-dimensional, interactive exhibition that uses personal stories to examine the complex stories of Latinos in the South. The exhibition is the product of a three-year collaboration led by Levine Museum of the New South (LNS) (Charlotte, NC) in partnership with the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and the Atlanta History Center.
You’ll be dancing in your seat the moment the Red Mountain Theatre Company begins its performance of the Tony and GRAMMY Award-winning Broadway hit Dreamgirls! This powerhouse musical celebrates R&B in the 1960s with a Motown-inspired score, iconic references and a moving look behind the scenes in the entertainment world. Follow the up-and-coming girl group as
Peter Nappi will be hosting a Bonnaroo Works Fund (BWF) fundraiser with a live performance by Margo Price. Our giveaway is for a chance to win two VIP passes to Bonnaroo, tickets to the fundraiser and concert + a Peter Nappi gift certificate! Enter to win! First prize: Travel to Nashville & accommodations for two (up to $1,000 reimbursed) and
The SEC Baseball Tournament features the top 12 collegiate baseball teams from the Southeastern Conference and will be held at the Hoover Metropolitan Stadium for the 20th consecutive year. Seeds 5-12 will meet in a single elimination format on the opening day of the tournament, followed by traditional double-elimination play Wednesday through Friday. The tournament will
Come out to the Cahaba Brewing Company on May 27th for the 7th Annual Salsa Showdown Presented by Alagasco, a tasty fundraiser benefiting Sidewalk Film Festival! They’ll have salsa, guac, queso, and specialty dip tastings from restaurants across Alabama. Plus activities for all ages – live entertainment, kids’ activities, piñata smashes, and a hot pepper eating contest. For more
Hot Rod Circuit makes music for those times when you feel most alive. Whether that moment is during heartache or while driving down the road, Hot Rod Circuit, Vagrant Records debut and third full length, Sorry About Tomorrow, fits just about any moment it may be needed for. Catch them this May 28 at Saturn!
Come out to Regions Field this year for the 22nd Annual Rickwood Classic. This is a day filled with baseball celebrations, ceremonies and games! This year, they will celebrate the Birmingham baseball teams of the 1950s so come dressed in your best 1950s attire to show your support! For more information, visit rickwoodclassic.com.
Every Saturday, April 8 through December 9, the Market at Pepper Place moves outside to make room for local farmers and food producers. In addition to farmers in the big parking lot, the market will feature artists and musicians and will spread down 29th Street and into the Martin Biscuit Parking Lot next to Cantina Tortilla Grill
Founded by Nashville native and fourth generation Tennessean, Chris Thomas, MADE SOUTH brings together the best Southern makers, producers, craftsmen, artisans and more for its events held across the Southeast. Thomas works to curate the best goods found south of the Mason-Dixon line to show at these two-day events that bring together craftsmanship, food, drink,
Mark Lanter, the musical genius performs a Live Rockumentary Style show about the Music & Story of Eric Clapton. Along with the special guest artists Alice Bargeron, Matt Casey, Brian Haynes, Sean Heninger, Jackie Roche, J Willoughby, Brad Wolfe will be joining Mark on stage Friday, June 2 in the WorkPlay Theatre! Happy Hour starts at
Calling all jazz lovers! Enjoy a weekend filled with live jazz music, celebration and more this June 2-4 at Linn Park. Headliners include The O’Jays, Rachelle Ferrell, Najee and more! This is the ideal way to explore the Magic City and enjoy amazing music. For more information, visit steelcityjazzfestbham.com.
The biggest music and food block party in Birmingham, SliceFest, returns Saturday, June 3 featuring festival sounds of funk, soul, rock and jazz from all over the South on the SliceFest stage for its sixth annual celebration. The crowd will be jamming to sets of futuristic funk by electronic producer and DJ GRiZ, American Funk and jazz
This outdoor show is known throughout the Southeast as both a fun and a friendly show. The show is sponsored by Alabama Mineral & Lapidary Society with demos, exhibits, children’s activities, and door prizes. Various geology—and jewelry—related groups have booths at the show. The show will showcase and sell gems, minerals, fossils and jewelry. This
Modeled after the popular show, teams of four will be assembled representing a variety of age groups and affiliations. Teams will “race” throughout Lakeshore’s 45-acre campus completing interactive challenges and competing for great prizes. Join in and support the Lakeshore Foundation this June 3! For more information, visit lakeshoresamazingrace.com.
Come out to the historic Alabama Theatre Friday and Saturday nights this June for the Summer Film Series! Enjoy films including Pyscho, The Wizard of Oz and Paper Moon while taking a load off in one of Birmingham’s most iconic buildings. For more information, visit alabamatheatre.com.
Perhaps one of the most timeless Broadway musicals, Fiddler on the Roof is a heartwarming story of tradition and family values that transcends the boundaries of race, religion, and economic background. Set in a little village in Russia, the story centers on Tevye, a poor dairyman, and his five daughters. With the help of a
Beulah. It’s a small, complicated word with a tangle of meanings. It’s the title of John Paul White’s new album, his first in nearly a decade, a remarkably and assuredly diverse collection spanning plaintive folk balladry, swampy southern rock, lonesome campfire songs, and dark acoustic pop. Gothic and ambitious, with a rustic, lived-in sound, it’s a
Rock out to country superstar, Chris Stapleton, this June 10 at the Oak Mountain Amphitheater! Performing hits like Tennessee Whiskey, Fire Away and Whiskey and You, Chris will bring his beloved country voice and personality to the stage and bring the fun to Birmingham! For more information, visit oakmountain.amphitheatrepelham.com.
This open-course 10K is designed to celebrate our men and women in uniform and raise money for The Red Barn’s programs. The Red Barn’s “Take the Reins” program provides equine activities to veterans, active and inactive military personnel, and their families. The race begins and ends at Good People Brewing Co. and your registration fee includes a
Once again, the Center is proud to present the fourth-annual LOCAL – a celebration of everything Alabama. Kick off your summer at our outdoor and family-friendly event. Shop your favorite Alabama farmers, artists and vendors while enjoying live performances by local musicians emceed by Birmingham’s own, Thed Weller. All your favorite food trucks will be
Join AIDS Alabama for a funky good time at TrimTab Brewing Company Saturday, June 24th from 1pm-6pm! We’ll have tasty food from these top Birmingham food trucks: Cantina on Wheels, Eugene’s Hot Chicken, NOLA Ice, Shindigs Catering, Steel City Pops, and Wicked Haute Dogs. We’ll even have treats from Fetch – A Treat Truck for Dogs for your four-legged friend(s) and the Greater Birmingham Humane Society will