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.
Going behind-the-scenes of pretty much anything is fascinating to me. I’m a big fan of movies, live music, theatre, etc—but there’s always so much more that goes into those productions than we see. The Theatre Department at Birmingham-Southern College is putting on a production of Falsettos November 14-17, and we’re giving you an inside look.
The holidays are almost here, which means it’s time for gift giving. And there’s no better place to shop the magic + support the community than Market Noel, the Junior League of Birmingham’s annual holiday fundraiser. Get all the details on vendors and shopping hours. Plus, get the deets on exclusive special events you do not want to miss.
Looking for some Birmingham-made gifts for the holiday season? Are you a fan of delicious local food? Do you want to support underprivileged children in Birmingham? We’ve got the event for you! The Southern Environmental Center’s EcoFest Market and Auction is happening on November 7. Get your tickets today!
It’s time for REV Birmingham‘s 5th annual “The Big Pitch.” During the event, five local startups will compete to show how their idea will improve downtown Birmingham. Learn more about the five contestants!
The second show of Virginia Samford Theatre’s 2019-2020 season is the timeless and hilarious play You Can’t Take It With You. It hits the stage on November 1 and runs through November 10. Catch the show on Wednesdays through Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and on Sundays at 2:30 p.m. Purchase your tickets today.
All Hallows’ Eve is almost here. Looking to get in the spooky spirit? Here are five ways to send chills down your spine right here in Birmingham. From ghost tours to creepy cocktails, it’s time to seek out those things that go bump in the night in our Magic City.
Moonstone Festival, a one day music and arts festival happening November 16 at Sloss Docks, is less than a month away. Here’s everything you need to know including who’s performing, local vendors attending, live art installations happening, afterparty deets and how to win tickets before the event!
We are less than 2 weeks away from Birmingham’s Moss Rock Festival, and I can’t wait! This fall festival is a great reason to round up a few friends who enjoy festival food, beer gardens and shopping for locally made art and goods. The 14th annual festival is happening at The Preserve on November 2-3, from 10:00 AM-5:00 PM on Saturday and 10:00 AM-4:00 PM on Sunday. Purchase advance tickets to Moss Rock Festival today and get ready for an exciting weekend.