Venues and Festivals
Tuscaloosa Amphitheater is located in downtown Tuscaloosa on the banks of the Black Warrior River and only minutes from the University of Alabama. The Tuscaloosa Amphitheater opened in April 2011 with a sold out Avett Brothers and Band of Horses show.
The “Coca-Cola Concert Series” has showcased some of the biggest names in live music including Phish, Def Leppard, John Mayer, Dave Matthews Band, Mary J. Blige, Chris Stapleton, Widespread Panic, Kenny Chesney, Bob Dylan, Steely Dan, Brad Paisley, John Legend, Willie Nelson plus many more.
The 8,400 capacity Tuscaloosa Amphitheater is blocks from the lively downtown district and sits at the end of the fabulous Riverwalk.
Saturday March 24 06:30 PM
Iron City is a world class 1,300 capacity music hall.
In it's first 3 years, the venue has showcased over 200 cutting edge bands such as Twenty One Pilots, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Purity Ring, Pentatonix, Sam Hunt to legendary artists such as B.B. King, Gregg Allman, Tom Jones, The Black Crowes, Willie Nelson and many more.
In addition to live music, Iron City is a full service grill, bar and entertainment venue in the heart of downtown Birmingham. In addition to the main stage, Iron City has two smaller stages that are perfect for intimate gatherings and local acts. Iron City's open-air grill seats 90 guests and serves rustic, bold food for lunch and dinner, as well as catering for any type of event.
Sunday December 3 07:00 PM
Opening Spring of 2018, The Brandon Amphitheater will quickly become the most exciting outdoor entertainment venue in Central Mississippi.
Druid City Music Hall
Druid City Music Hall opened in August 2015 with a sold-out Moon Taxi show. DCMH is located on The Strip in the heart of the University of Alabama’s campus and hosts national, regional and local artists throughout the year. The venue opens on select Alabama football game days providing a great space for fans to tailgate and watch the game. Druid City is also available for private parties and special event rentals.
Thursday January 25 07:30 PM
City Hall Live
City Hall Live is Central Mississippi’s newest live music venue! Concerts are held indoors at a newly converted auditorium space within the Brandon Municipal Complex. City Hall Live is a 2,000 capacity venue.
Saturday January 13 07:00 PM
The Wharf Amphitheater
The Wharf Amphitheater is located between Mobile, Alabama and Pensacola, Florida, the Amphitheater at the Wharf is the Gulf Coast premiere outdoor venue that has been open for over 10 years and has hosted some of the biggest entertainers in live music including: Dave Matthews Band, Kings of Leon, Florida Georgia Line, Zac Brown Band, Phish, Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefers, Twenty One Pilots, two nights with Luke Bryan, three nights with Jason Aldean and multiple three night runs with Widespread Panic.
The 9,900 capacity Amphitheater at the Wharf is located within The Wharf in Orange Beach, Alabama. The Wharf is the Gulf Coast's most inviting shopping and dining destination with exciting entertainment and event options.
Saturday June 23 06:00 PM
Beale Street Music Festival
The Beale Street Music Festival was established in 1977 and annually features over 60 world-class acts on four stages at the scenic Tom Lee Park where Beale Street meets the Mississippi. This festival, in addition to the artists who perform in the clubs along Beale Street, offers music lovers the opportunity to be immersed in the art form they love best.
The Beale Street Music Festival has been nominated for a Concert Industry Award for the Music Festival of the Year. The Beale Street Music Festival has also hosted media such as VH1, Rolling Stone, MTV, Billboard, Cashbox, Pollstar, National Geographic, the BBC and dozens of other national publications, international television
Some of the past artists who have played Beale Street Music Festival include Tom Petty, Ed Sheeran, Dave Matthews Band, Widespread Panic, Sturgill Simpson, Wiz Khalifa, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Ray Charles, Mumford & Sons, Paramore, Snoop Dog, Panic! At the Disco, Van Morrison, The Allman Brothers, Soundgarden, MGMT and more!
Sloss Music and Arts Festival
Debuting in 2015, Sloss Music and Arts Festival is a two-day music and arts festival taking place at the historic Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark in downtown Birmingham, Alabama.
Past acts have included Alabama Shakes, Modest Mouse, ODESZA, The Avett Brothers, Sturgill Simpson, Widespread Panic, Run the Jewels, Cage the Elephant, Death Cab for Cutie, Group Love, Glass Animals, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Young the Giant, Manchester Orchestra, Vince Staples plus many more!
The Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival is the largest music festival in North Texas and draws over 65,000 people annually to Galatyn Plaza in the City of Richardson the third weekend in May. For over 25 years attendees have enjoyed a variety of musical acts on 6 different stages, regional cuisine and creative arts by local vendors.
The purpose of Wildflower! is to enhance the cultural experience within the City of Richardson, while celebrating the historic nature of planted wildflowers throughout the community and what it represents. Through the variations of different music performances, to the variety of live and eclectic art, Wildflower! has become a destination festival throughout the North Texas Region. The Festival has not only enhanced the sense of pride in the Richardson community but it has also engaged an audience with a love of celebrating music and art.
Past lineups have included: Lynyrd Skynyrd, X Ambassadors, The B-52's, Bowling for Soup, All-American Rejects, and more!
Savannah Craft Brew Fest
The Savannah Craft Brew Fest is in its tenth year and takes place on Labor Day weekend at the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center in beautiful Savannah, GA. With multiple indoor and outdoor beer gardens sitting right on the Savannah River, patrons can sample over 150 world-class craft beers, ciders and meads all in one location. The SCBF also features a cornhole tournament, a photo booth, an import garden, education sessions, a silent disco and much more!
Birmingham Winter Beer Fest
Shake off your winter blues with some craft brews at the Birmingham Winter Beer Fest! Guests can sample over 150 craft beers, ciders, and meads at the BJCC in Birmingham on the Saturday of Superbowl weekend. This festival also features a cornhole tournament, photo booth, collaboration garden, education sessions, a silent disco and much more!