AWS Fest! A Benefit Concert for Alabama Waldorf School

Announcing AWS Fest 2020! We are so excited to have this stellar line-up of talented local musicians support our school for the second annual AWS Fest Benefit Concert!

Featuring Taylor Hollingsworth & Ross Dawg, Sarah Lee Langford with the Fist City Country Boys, Zach Austin and The Lonesome, Sylvia Rose Novak, Feather Canyon (a reunion for this Birmingham favorite!), and Coffee Black from Muscle Shoals, AL.

This family- and kid-friendly event will include food trucks on site, and hula-hooping. Big thanks to our sponsors! El Barrio Restaurante, Yellowhammer Creative, Kauffman Sound, Villager Yoga, Chocolatá Artisanal Chocolates, and Avondale Brewing Company.

Full-day general admission is $15 minimum donation. Kids 14 years old and younger are free.

Thanks to Yellowhammer Creative for poster and t-shirt design!

All proceeds benefit Alabama Waldorf School.

Your ultimate guide to Moonstone Music + Arts Festival happening Nov. 16 at Sloss Docks. Win tickets!

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Can you picture it? Stages, tents, artists, installations. It’s all happening on the grounds of Back Forty and Sloss Docks! Photo by Matthew Niblett for Bham Now

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!

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Moonstone Festival, a female focused music and arts fest, happening Nov. 16th at Sloss Docks. Win VIP tickets!

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The girl gang I’m trying to join. Photo by Matthew Niblett for Bham Now

Moonstone Festival, a one day music and arts festival is happening November 16th at Sloss Docks, and you don’t want to miss it. The festival will celebrate and support women musicians and artists—from national touring acts to local and regional names. Meet all of the talented ladies behind the festival, and find out how to win tickets here!

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Birmingham Punk Rock Flea Market

Come join us Sunday October 6th 2019 for the annual Birmingham Punk Rock Flea Market! There will be OVER 60 vendors participating this year from all over the southeast. Expect unique vintage, music, oddities, art, collectors items, zines and more.

LIVE MUSIC:
12:20-1:00 Joyboy (Birmingham)
1:10-1:50 Bitter Calm (Birmingham)
2:20-3:00 NAPS (Birmingham)
3:10-3:50 Judy & The Jerks (Mississippi)
(www.judyandthejerks.bandcamp.com)

To apply to be a vendor for this upcoming event please email BHMFLEA@gmail.com (To be considered please photograph/list the items you will be selling)

For more infomation: www.punkrockflea.com

Thank you to our sponsors: Back Lion Rentals, LLCLeft Hand Soap Co..– Barbara Jean Sound MachineBirmingham OdditiesWelcome to MonotoniaMom’s Basement

SliceFest 2019

Birmingham’s favorite pizza party is back! SliceFest, the city’s biggest food and music block party presented by Birmingham Budweiser, is set to take stage for its eighth year and we’ll be bringing the house down like we always do. You know the drill – pizza, music, beer and more – all in Slice Pizza and Brewhouse’s front yard on 29th St. S. in the Lakeview district. Come groove with the music and get your pizza fill with us Saturday, June 1 starting at 1 p.m. Event proceeds will again benefit the Suki Foundation.

#SliceFest2019 is our thanks to YOU, the Birmingham community, for your continued support. So why not do what we do best and throw a party? After all, there ain’t no party like a pizza party. (pizza emoji)

Purchase early-bird tickets now at www.slicefest.com!

Ticket pricing breakdown:

General Admission (access to the festival all day long):

$25 Early Bird until April 15

$30 in advance

$35 at the gate

VIP (access to the festival all day long PLUS a private VIP lounge, private restrooms and private bar, as well as catered food and a live feed of the main stage):

$75 Early Bird until April 15

$100 in advance

SliceFest on June 16 raises funds for SUKI Foundation for Rett Syndrome treatment and cure. Get your tickets now.

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Birmingham, Alabama, SliceFest 2018 promo, SUKI Foundation, Rett Syndrome
Photo via @SukiFoundation on Facebook

Have you heard of SliceFest? It began in 2012 as the anniversary celebration of Slice Pizza & Brewhouse, and it’s grown into an annual music festival encompassing Birmingham’s thriving Lakeview District. Sarah Katherine “Suki” Bateh is one local child facing the neurological effects of Rett Syndrome. Through her namesake SUKI Foundation, many more children now have hope. Two Birmingham stories about community and growth—perhaps they were meant to go together.
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Moss Rock Festival, an eco-creative celebration of nature, smart-living, art + design

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What Is an Eco-Creative festival, you might ask?

November 4 & 5, The first full weekend in the month, grab your family and friends and discover the Moss Rock Festival, a hybrid experience with nature, smart-living, art + design at its core…plus there’s great food and music!

Featured Artist, Tracie Noles-Ross,  Moss Rock Poster Design. Via – www.mossrockfestival.com.

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Secret Stages: Birmingham’s best unkept secret

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Secret Stages 2016. Photo via Secret Stages / Photo by Tyler Woods

This weekend, August 4th & 5th, marks an exciting annual event for music lovers and musical acts across the Southeast. Secret Stages, the music discovery festival held in downtown Birmingham’s Loft District, returns for the 7th year with all signs of being better than ever.

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