9 amazing things to do in Birmingham, June 10-12

bham museum of art love mural 9 amazing things to do in Birmingham, June 10-12
Paul Cordes Wilm’s “Love is Blind” mural at BMA. (Birmingham Museum of Art)

It’s time for another magical weekend in The Magic City and trust me when I say you’re going to want to add quite a few events to your list. Keep reading for the top things to do in Birmingham, June 10-12.

  • Top weekend event: Central Alabama Pride Parade
    • Why go? June is all about celebrating PRIDE, and the 44th annual Pride Parade is the perfect way to show yours + support loved ones. Enjoy a day full of events that end in the Pride Parade at 8PM. Looking for more ways to celebrate Pride in Birmingham? Find 15 here.
    • When: Saturday, June 11 | 8PM
    • Where: Begins on 32nd Street in Lakeview, Ends on 7th Ave at Our Place
    • Cost: Free admission
  • Weekend forecast: Fri. 85/67 with scattered showers | Sat. 85/69 with scattered showers | Sun. 91/72

8 things to do in Birmingham this weekend

Woodlawn Street Market
Find handmade products you’ll love at the Woodlawn Street Market. (REV Birmingham)

1. Adventure Theatre with Birmingham Children’s Theatre | Red Mountain Park

  • Why go? Looking for an event that kids and adults will love? Don’t miss Adventure Theatre from Birmingham Children’s Theatre, theatre programs specifically designed to keep young children entertained with interactive elements and plenty of movement.
  • When: June 10-11 | Friday-Saturday 10AM-5:30PM
  • Where: Red Mountain Park | 2011 Frankfurt Dr, Birmingham, AL 35211
  • Cost: Adults $20 | Kids $10
  • Tickets

2. Kinky Boots | Red Mountain Theatre

3. Magic City Fashion Week: Season IV Night II | Birmingham Museum of Art

4. The Market at Colonnade Corner | Colonnade Corner

  • Why go? The third edition of this makers’ market will include art and creations from local makers, so you can stock up for Father’s Day or refreshing your summer wardrobe.
  • When: Saturday, June 11 9AM-2PM
  • Where: 4700 Colonnade | 4700 Colonnade Pl, Birmingham, AL 35243
  • Cost: Free

5. Central Alabama Caribbean Carnival + Parade | DeBardeleben Park

  • Why go? The annual Caribbean festival will bring a piece of Caribbean culture to Central Alabama with a FREE, family-friendly festival. Enjoy food, music and a lively parade.
  • When: Saturday, June 11 | 11AM-8PM
  • Where: DeBardeleben Park | 1623 2nd Ave N, Bessemer, AL 35020
  • Cost: Free admission

6. Woodlawn Street Market | Woodlawn

  • Why go? June’s installment of the popular Woodlawn Street Market will feature vendors selling everything from handmade jewelry and goods to delicious treats and food.
  • When: Saturday, June 11 | 5-9PM
  • Where: 1 55th Pl S, Birmingham, AL 35212
  • Cost: Free admission

7. Friends of Children’s Harbor Auction | Alexander City

  • Why go? Children’s Harbor is a nonprofit that provides unique services to children with serious illnesses, including summer camps that are fully accessible and fun. If you can’t make it to the auction on Saturday, you can still give back by registering to bid in their virtual auction.
  • When: Saturday, June 11 | 6-9PM
  • Where: Willow Point Golf & Country Club | 2544 Willow Point Rd, Alexander City, AL 35010
  • Cost: $125+
  • Tickets

8. Central Alabama PrideFest | Linn Park

  • Why go? Celebrate Pride in Alabama with another Pride event to close your weekend: the Central Alabama PrideFest. PrideFest will feature a full day of fun with food trucks, kids’ activities, vendors and entertainment.
  • When: Sunday, June 12 | 11AM
  • Where: Linn Park | 20th St N, Birmingham, AL 35203
  • Cost: Free admission

Looking ahead

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