The weekend is here and it’s going to be H.O.T! Literally and figuratively. Here’s what’s happening August 16-18 in Birmingham.Continue reading “50 events in Birmingham this weekend, August 16-18, including Picasso Pets”
The 10th annual Birmingham Restaurant Week presented by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama is taking over the city August 16-25, 2019. Almost 60 restaurants are offering killer deals all over Birmingham, AL—how will you ever know where to start? We’ve got you covered.Continue reading “Your ultimate guide to Birmingham Restaurant Week 2019: Celebrate 10 years of BRW August 16-25”
If you know you want to go, click here, go to Maestro’s Ball, and click on the black “More Info” button to email for tickets.Continue reading “Journey to Paris at the 2019 ASO Maestro’s Ball September 6, 6PM at UAB’s Alys Stephens Center”
This year’s United Ability’s Vino & Van Gogh Wine and Art fundraiser is more than a party for event co-chair Amy Teske. It is an opportunity to give back and say thanks to a special organization.
National Rum Day is Friday, August 16, and it couldn’t have come at a more perfect time. Campesino Rum, Birmingham’s hottest new spirit, just hit the shelves and the hype is real. We toured 7 downtown bars with Campesino founder, Hatton Smith, to taste for ourselves. Keep reading for all the drink deets—Plus, taste it for free at Campesino’s inaugural launch party happening Friday from 5-7PM at LeNell’s!Continue reading “Birmingham’s Hatton Smith launches Campesino Rum. Follow our taste tour for local bars serving it now.”
If you’re a fan of fresh, local food, you’re gonna want to check out Alabama Sustainable Agriculture‘s 5th Annual Graze: Birmingham. It’s Sunday, September 8, from 5-8PM at Avondale Brewing, and it’s gonna be soooo tasty.
If you know you want to go and sample the fare of 17 chef and farm pairs, reserve your spot now. Suggested price for adults is $45 and for kids is $10 — there’s also a sliding scale.
Woodlawn Market is an urban street market in the heart of Historic Woodlawn. They are halfway through their 6th season, and on Saturday, August 10, they are hosting their first-ever night market from 5-9pm! Find all the details here.Continue reading “Party in the streets! Woodlawn Market to host first-ever night market August 10”
Get those weekend plans set! Here’s what’s happening around Birmingham August 9-11.Continue reading “50 weekend events in Birmingham, August 9-11, including Art on the Rocks”
The Economic Development Partnership of Alabama (EDPA) will host its third annual imerge event on August 28, at Iron City, in Birmingham, Alabama.Continue reading “5 reasons to attend imerge2019 on August 28. Celebrate Alabama’s past, present, and future role in the space race”
The grills were on fire at Avondale Brewing Company during the 3rd Annual Birmingham Burger Fest on July 27. Here are four things you missed during this exciting and totally scrumptious fundraiser benefiting the Alabama Chapter of the ALS Association.Continue reading “Recap: 4 things you missed during the 3rd Annual Birmingham Burger Fest”
It’s your last chance to check out Art on the Rocks this summer on Friday, August 9th! There’s no better place to discover amazing art, listen to great music and have a good time with friends. Keep reading to learn how to win tickets.Continue reading “It’s your last chance to check out Art on the Rocks at the Birmingham Museum of Art on August 9. Win tickets!”
Music lovers rejoice! This weekend, Birmingham offers several opportunities to experience exciting new music!Continue reading “Looking for live music? Secret Stages and B.O.S.S. Ultra Bar & Lounge have you covered!”
Ready to get your August pumping? Check out these must-attend events happening around Birmingham.Continue reading “10+ events you won’t want to miss this August in Birmingham, including the Sidewalk Film Festival”
The first annual Freedom Fest happened this past Saturday, July 27, and it was a hit. See some of the best moments in photos from Birmingham’s newest music + empowerment festival.Continue reading “The best of Birmingham’s first Freedom Fest: See what you missed (Photos)”
The Alabama Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association 2019 Walk to End Alzheimer’s