Birmingham Top Things To Do: June 7th – June 13th

The Belle Hollows on Over the Mountain Singing Show Birmingam AL
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Another week means even more to do! Check out our top ten things you should definitely check out from June 7th until June 13th.

Free! Saturn Bingo A Go-Go 

Free! Saturn Bingo Birmingham Go Go Birmingham AL
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  • When: Wednesday, June 7th at 8pm
  • Where: Saturn Birmingham
  • How Much: Free

This event is a ton of fun and free of charge. If your idea of a great night includes a few drinks and a game of Bingo with some great friends, I think I’ve found your new fave thing to do. With two hilarious hosts and ridiculous prizes, you will have the time of your life tomorrow night at Saturn Birmingham. More Information. 

Alabama Summer Skies: Constellations

Alabama Summer Constellations Summer Skies
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  • When: Thursday, June 8th from 8pm to 9pm
  • Where: Christenberry Planetarium at Samford University
  • How Much: Free

This presentation series is for the stargazer in all of us. This week you’ll get the chance to talk all about constellations in the night sky that you can see from the Birmingham area. Of course, if the weather is great out come the telescopes for some real life viewings. Doodles will also be there serving up their delicious sorbet and Italian ice. Sounds like a starry and yummy outing. More Information. 

Ross Bridge Farmer’s Market

Ross Bridge Farmers Market Birmingham AL
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  • When: Friday, June 9th from 4pm to 8pm
  • Where: Ross Bridge Welcome Center
  • How Much: Free

It wouldn’t be summer in Alabama without a few Farmer’s Markets. This Friday’s market will host dinner from Lazy Boy BBQ, Shindigs Catering, and City Bowls. You won’t want to miss desserts from Urbanpop and Magic City Sweet Ice. Shop local every Friday with Ross Bridge Farmer’s Market. More Information. 

For a comprehensive list of Farmer’s Markets in the Birmingham area, click here.

Symphony in the Summer

Alabama Symphony Orchestra Symphony in the Summer Regions Bank Birmingham aL
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  • When: Saturday, June 9th – 11th at 8pm
  • Where: Railroad Park
  • How Much:  Free

The Alabama Symphony Orchestra is returning to Railroad Park for your listening convenience. If you missed Symphony in the Park, now is your chance to enjoy this family friendly concert. Nothing beats a picnic style event. Symphony in the Summer is completely free and definitely worth a try. More Information.


The Belle Hollows at Moonlight On The Mountain

The Belle Hollows on Over the Mountain Singing Show Birmingam AL
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  • When: Saturday, June 10th from 7:30pm to 10pm
  • Where: Moonlight On The Mountain
  • How Much: $15 advance

If you have yet to experience Moonlight On The Mountain, there is no better time than Saturday, June 10th. The Nashville-based newgrass band, The Belle Hollows will be lighting up the stage at 7:30pm. Their modern folk songs and perfect harmonies helped to create their impressive fan base. Now’s your chance to enjoy some great songs at a hip venue. More Information. 

7th Annual Black Creek Arts Festival 

Black Creek Arts Festival
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  • When: Saturday, June 10th from 10am to 4pm
  • Where: Black Creek Park in Fultondale, AL
  • How Much: Free

7 years of art and performances. This family-friendly event will feature a slew of local artists, music, and plenty to do for all ages. Hosted at beautiful black creek park, you can spend your Saturday supporting artists in the North Jefferson County Alabama area. More Information.

The Wizard of Oz 

The Alabama Theatre presents the Wizard of Oz
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  • When: Sunday, June 11th from 2pm to 5pm
  • Where: Alabama Theatre
  • How Much: $10.25

You know what they say, there is no place like Alabama Theatre. This Sunday, you’ll get the chance to watch a wonderful classic with your friends and family. Break out the popcorn and treat yourself to Dorothy and her traveling troupe of friends. More Information. 

Pridefest 2017 

Birmingahm AL Pridefeset Bham Now Top things to do
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  • When: Sunday, June 11th from 11am to 9pm
  • Where: Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark
  • How Much: Free but accepting donations

It’s Prideweek here in the Magic City. Throughout the week, there are plenty of events to choose from to show your support. This Sunday, Pridefest 2017 will be in full swing from 11am to 9pm. Special guests include Chi Chi Devayne from RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 8 and Billy Gilman from NBC’s The Voice. Head over to Sloss Furnaces for Vendors, food, and entertainment all day. More Information.

Vicky Lewis
Vicky Lewis

Senior at UAB, Poodle Enthusiast, Hiking Novice

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