Shop, sample, share the fun! Southern Women’s Show is happening Oct. 4-6, use code BHAMNOW for $4 off


Sip sip, hooray! Photo via Southern Women’s Show

Birmingham, AL’s favorite event for women in BACK! Discover the latest fashions, trendy jewelry, gourmet treats, health and beauty, and so much more at Southern Women’s Show, coming Oct. 4-6 to the BJCC. Use code BHAMNOW to snag your ticket for just $8.

Grab Your Girls

All smiles for this weekend! Photo via Southern Women’s Show

Time is running out to get your girls together one last time before the holidays begin! If you’re planning for the ultimate girls’ weekend, you’re not going to want to miss this.

Southern Women’s Show is coming to Birmingham this October, and we’re counting down the days! Enjoy fashion shows, top chefs, celebrity guests, and more.

Here are the details:

  • October 4-6
  • Friday, October 4: 10AM-8PM
  • Saturday, October 5: 10AM-7PM
  • Sunday, October 6: 11AM-5PM
  • Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex (BJCC)

Friday is your girls’ night out at the Southern Women’s Show—shopping and free cocktails? We’ll see you there.

Sunday is Mother-Daughter Day. There are several specialty events happening that day, but our favorite? The mother-daughter look-alike contest. This one is for all those southern women who have ever been told, “You’re the spittin’ image of your Mama.”

Discount? Yes, please!

The perfect opportunity to get the girls together. Photo via Southern Women’s Show

We love a girls’ weekend on a budget! Use code BHAMNOW at checkout to get your ticket for only $8.

There are a few different ticket options for the show:

  • Adult: $12 at the door
  • Youth (6-12): $6 each
  • Groups of 10 or more: $8 each
  • Val Chmerkovskiy Meet & Greet Package: $40
  • VIP Package – $50

Get your tickets here!

Need an extra incentive to grab yours? Check out the special guests coming to Southern Women’s Show this year:

  • Val Chmerkovskiy, two-time winner of Dancing with the Stars
  • Katie Dixon, 2016 contestant on MasterChef
  • Trace Barnett, founder of The Bitter Socialite
  • Nicole Allshouse, host of Talk of Alabama

The Biggest Way to Shop Small

You’re never too young for a shopping day! Photo via Southern Women’s Show

Love supporting small businesses, but sometimes cave to the convenience of big shopping centers full of retail chains? Southern Women’s Show is the perfect solution.

Check out this list of awesome Birmingham vendors that will be at Southern Women’s Show:

  • 24 Olive Street
  • 40 Stitch Boutique
  • 5ML labs
  • Alabama Peanut Company
  • Always in Motion
  • Bethleham Olivewood Art
  • Cookie Dough Magic
  • Gifts from the Holyland
  • Gus Mayer
  • Heart and Sold Boutique
  • Honeysuckle Home
  • Lucky Finds
  • Mahalo, Melinda
  • Marcrumb Cookies
  • Mis’ Rubins Seasonings
  • Mountain High Outfitters
  • Noel’s Place
  • Nothing Bundt Cakes
  • Oh My Soul Boutique
  • Sculpt
  • SoZo Trading
  • The Box Truck Boutique
  • The CBD store of Birmingham
  • The World Games
  • Three Earred Rabbit
  • Waterbelle Co.
  • Wink Mobile Boutique

Shop local, all in one place!

Of course, this is just a portion of the hundreds of boutiques and exhibitors who will be at the show. Check out the full list here.

Winner, Winner!

Don’t forget your photos! Photo via Southern Women’s Show

If you’re looking to snag your tickets for free, follow Southern Women’s Show on Facebook and keep an eye out for some giveaway opportunities.

Bham Now will also be having a Southern Women’s Show ticket giveaway of our own later in the month, as well as our ultimate guide to the weekend. Follow us on Instagram and watch for your chance to win!

Can’t wait to get your tickets? We know the feeling. Don’t forget to use code BHAMNOW at checkout!

If you have questions that we missed, check out the Southern Women’s Show FAQ page.

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  • A Birmingham transplant who can usually be found hitting a new hiking trail or restaurant opening when she's not writing stories and snapping photos for Bham Now.