Venues and Festivals


Tuscaloosa Amphitheater

Tuscaloosa Amphitheater is located in downtown Tuscaloosa on the banks of the Black Warrior River and steps away from the University of Alabama. In addition to its many great concerts, the amphitheater also holds an annual July 4th celebration with the Tuscaloosa Symphony Orchestra. The Holiday season is celebrated each winter with a skating rink and many festive activities. 

Opened: 2011
Capacity: 8,410
Past Shows: Phish, Def Leppard, John Mayer, Lumineers, Dave Matthews Band, Mary J. Blige, Chris Stapleton, Widespread Panic, Kenny Chesney, Bob Dylan, Steely Dan, Brad Paisley, John Legend, and Willie Nelson

 
 
Next: BRANTLEY GILBERT
Saturday March 24 06:30 PM

The Wharf Amphitheater

The Wharf Amphitheater is the Gulf Coast's premier outdoor music venue. Located in Orange Beach, Alabama, The Wharf offers exciting entertainment and event options year round for local residents and tourists alike. 

Opened: 2006
Capacity: 9,900
Past Shows: Dave Matthews Band, Twenty One Pilots, Phish, Eric Church, Miranda Lambert, Green Day, Kenny Chesney,  Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefers, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, and Widespread Panic

 
 
 
Next: STYX & REO SPEEDWAGON
Saturday April 14 06:00 PM

Iron City

Iron City is a world-class club venue held in a historic auto body & paint garage dating back to 1929. This downtown Birmingham venue holds over 100 concerts a year and is also available for weddings, private parties, and special event rentals. In addition to the main stage, Iron City has two smaller stages that are perfect for intimate gatherings and local acts. 

Iron City's Grill seats 90 guests and serves rustic farm-to-table meals for lunch and dinner, as well as catering for any type of event.

Opened: 2013
Capacity: 1,300
Past Shows: Twenty One Pilots, Willie Nelson, Portugal. The Man, Lauryn Hill, Sam Hunt, Blake Shelton, B.B. King, Chris Stapleton, Glass Animals, Marylin Manson, Kesha

 
Next: THE WAR ON DRUGS
Sunday December 17 07:00 PM

Brandon Amphitheater

Opening Spring of 2018, The Brandon Amphitheater will quickly become the most exciting outdoor entertainment venue in Central Mississippi.

Capacity: 8,400

 

Druid City Music Hall

Druid City Music Hall is located on The Strip in the heart of the University of Alabama’s campus. This club venue hosts national, regional and local artists throughout the year. On select Alabama football game days, the venue provides a great space for fans to tailgate and watch the game. Druid City is also available for private parties and special event rentals.

Opened: 2015
Capacity: 735
Past Shows: Luke Combs, Big Wild, Moon Taxi, Kane Brown, Kevin Gates, Rainbow Kitten Surprise,  Judah & The Lion

 

 
Next: COLE SWINDELL
Friday January 19 07:45 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.

Opened: 2017
Capacity: 2,000 

Past Shows: Dwight Yoakam, Breaking Benjamin, Kane Brown, Maren Morris

 
Next: JEANNE ROBERTSON
Saturday January 13 07:00 PM

Festivals


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.

Past acts 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 a festival taking place at the historic Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. Sloss celebrates Birmingham's thriving music scene and showcases the arts, food, and culture that the city has to offer.

Past acts include: 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 and more!

 
 

Wildflower! Festival

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. For over 25 years, Wildflower! has celebrated the historic nature of planted wildflowers by showcasing different musical performances and eclectic art. 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 acts include: 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!