7 events on tap this weekend in Birmingham, July 9-11

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Let’s cheer to another weekend in Birmingham, everyone. Find details to events like Eat in the Street, a Grease Sing-A-Long and more. Scroll for what’s ahead, July 9-11.

This Weekend in The Magic City

The first performance of Roaring 20’s at the Red Mountain Theatre Company’s new theatre. Photo via Nathan Watson for Bham Now

Doesn’t get more unique than this

It’s opening weekend for Red Mountain Theatre’s newest show—Roaring Twenties: An Immersive Theatrical Experience. It’s not your typical theatre performance, either. This one requires you to be on your feet following the action of 6 different sets throughout Red Mountain Theatre’s new Arts Campus. Not only that, but you’ll need a password to get in! Learn more. The show runs now-July 31. Times vary based on date. *Discount Alert*: Use code RMT6 for $6 off your ticket.Buy now

Tell me bout it, stud

Whether you’re Summer Lovin’ or Greased Lightnin’, join the Alabama Theatre for a Grease Sing-Along on Friday, July 9. It’s sure to be a rama lama lama ka dinga da dinga dong good time. The show begins at 7PM. Tickets are $10.  (FYI–the Alabama Theatre will host another sing-along on Sunday, July 11 at 2PM. Scoop your tickets to Singing in the Rain ☔️.) 

40 new home listings?!

No, I’m definitely not joking. My fave, the 3 bed/2 bath home on Halcyon Trace in Trussville. Find yours here.

Did you see those moves?!

Get ready for a day watching feats like this. Photo via Pro Wake Tour

The world’s greatest wake-boarders come to Oak Mountain State Park on Saturday, July 10 and you can watch them compete in the Pro Wake Tour powered by Supra Boats. Food trucks will be on-site, so bring your appetite. The event begins at 9AM. The event is FREE, but state park admission fees apply. More info

Anime, toys + collectibles… oh my!

Saturday, July 10 marks the first ever ATC Market at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Birmingham-Hoover. From anime and comics to video games and more, you’ll discover a huge variety of cool items and collectibles. The event begins at 10AM. Admission is $3 at the door. Military (with ID) + kids under 10 get in FREE.

Catch ya on the online side

Saturday, July 10 is the final day to visit Charm on 2nd in person. Yep, the shop is packing up its brick and mortar for an online only presence. To celebrate the store’s time on 2nd Ave, join them for Mimosas & Donuts from 10AM-4PM. Psst! Jewelry is 50% off.

Food + art = awesome

19th Street in front of The Pizitz Food Hall shuts down for Eat in the Street on Saturday, July 10 from 11AM-5PM. In coordination with The Birmingham Art Crawl, enjoy art vendors, street-side pop-ups and fresh beats by Will Bryant. 

Chow down!

An event designed around food trucks? I’m all in! On Sunday, July 11, dig in to tasty local cuisine during the First Sunday Food Truck Tour at the Pelham Recreation Center from 1-5PM. Bon appetit. 

Find more in Now the Weekend—Video Edition.

Coming Up Next Weekend

United Ability
Celebrate United Ability Day 2021 with Dr. Dominique Backus (center on back row) and her staff. Photo via Dr. Dominique Backus Facebook page. The staff is wearing the 2020 United Ability shirts.

Deal of the Week

Get 10% off your purchase at Calm & Collected using discount code BHAMNOW10. Find more deals + add your own to our Small Business Guide

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