Venues and Festivals
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.
Past Shows: Phish, Def Leppard, John Mayer, Lumineers, Dave Matthews Band, Jason Aldean, Mary J. Blige, Chris Stapleton, Widespread Panic, Kenny Chesney, Bob Dylan, ODESZA, Brad Paisley, Hall & Oates, John Legend, and Willie Nelson
Thursday June 17 06:00 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.
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
Wednesday June 16 07:00 PM
The Brandon Amphitheater is Central Mississippi's newest premiere outdoor music venue.
Past Shows: Dave Matthews Band, Chris Stapleton, Imagine Dragons Chris Young, Hank Williams Jr., Alan Jackson
Sunday June 20 08:00 PM
City Hall Live
City Hall Live is Central Mississippi’s newest indoor music venue! Concerts are held indoors at a newly converted auditorium space within the Brandon Municipal Complex.
Past Shows: Dwight Yoakam, Breaking Benjamin, Travis Tritt, Kane Brown, Maren Morris
Oak Mountain Amphitheatre
Alabama’s largest outdoor concert venue!
Past Shows: Dave Matthews Band, Cage The Elephant, Hootie & The Blowfish, Luke Bryan, Chris Stapleton, Def Leppard, Jimmy Buffet
Saturday July 10 07:00 PM
Appalachian Wireless Arena
Sunday June 27 07:00 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 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.