Looking for some feel-good vibes this holiday season? Then head to Birmingham Children’s Theatre this December to see the sweet and tuneful production of A Year with Frog and Toad. Read on for a behind-the scenes interview with the actors who play Frog and Toad, plus more must-knows about the show. Tickets available now!
The holiday season is an exciting time in Birmingham, and big things are happening at McWane Science Center. Starting November 23, everyone’s favorite place of wonder will become a winter wonderland filled with holiday magic and adventure. From an ice slide to the beloved Magic of Model Trains exhibit, read on for all the details. Buy your tickets now.
Alabama’s largest leadership conference, Momentum Conference 2020, is coming up March 11-12 at The BJCC, and if you’re a professional, you’ll want to be there.
Registering to attend this conference, which only comes around every two years, is an investment in your career, your network and your life that will pay off in spades. Know you want to seize the moment? Save your spot now.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s annual holiday show at The Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex is a big favorite you don’t want to miss. The show is Wednesday, December 11, 7:30PM at Legacy Arena at The BJCC. If you’ve ever listened to any radio station that plays holiday music, you’ve no doubt heard their rock opera versions of Christmas classics.
Psst! Also, after the show you can head to Uptown to make it a whole evening of fun. Know you wanna go? Get your tickets now.Keep reading to find out how to enter for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the show plus your very own VIP parking pass.
REV Birmingham’s demonstration project, Upswing, continues to breathe life into Downtown Birmingham. If you haven’t stopped by, what are you waiting for?! The shops are open and events are scheduled throughout the year! On November 23 from 1PM-4PM Upswing is hosting REV Birmingham‘s biggest entrepreneur-focused event, The Big Pitch. For all you Shark Tank lovers, tickets are now available and this is an event you don’t want to miss!
The Alabama Symphony Youth Orchestra (ASYO), conducted by Kevin Fitzgerald, is getting ready for their opening show on Saturday, November 16 at 2PM at the Alys Stephens Center and we’re all invited.
The theme is Russian Classics, and the free show lasts less than one hour. Kevin and I sat down last week and talked about why this show is a must-see for young music lovers and their families. Read on for all the details.
On Sunday, November 3rd, soccer players and fans throughout Birmingham and Central Alabama are invited to play the 9th Annual Lily Soccer-Golf Tournament at Lily Field (1220 50th Street South Birmingham 35222), Altamont School’s home soccer field, between 1:00pm to 3:30pm.