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Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit is a statewide celebration of 200 years of statehood presented by Alabama Humanities Foundation in partnership with Alabama Department of Archives and History and Alabama Bicentennial Commission. The exhibit will feature interactive displays, locally created exhibits and events, and an impressive display of Alabama's history.
Catch Zac Brown Band: Down the Rabbit Hole Live at Tuscaloosa Amphitheater on Thursday, April 25 beginning at 7pm.
301 Bistro will be presenting River Fest, held in 301 Bistro's parking lot on April 26 from 2:30pm-9:00pm. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Friends of Hurricane Creek! Tickets are now on sale for $15! Performing: Futurebirds, The Orange Constant, and Riverbend!
A FREE live music event at Government Plaza. Performing live: Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors, American Aquarium, Adam Hood, Courtney Patton, Jason Eady, and Joshua Ray Walker.
Come celebrate the State of Alabama's bicentennial with a birthday bash on April 27th at 7PM on the Fayette County Courthouse lawn. There will be entertainment provided by The C + Band, a presentation of our state's beginning, and cupcakes served! For more information visit http://alabama200.org/events/fayette-countys-state-of-alabama-bicentennial-birthday-bash.
Art Night is a monthly, free event that celebrates art and artists. There will be exhibition openings, open artists’ studios, live music in the courtyard, extended Gallery Shop hours, pizza, and pop-up shops from local vendors. April Art Night will take place May 2 from 5-8pm at the Kentuck Art Center in Northport.
Come out for the annual fundraising event of the season, The Death by Chocolate Tournament. There will be local restaurants, catering companies, and other businesses competing with their best chocolates for the title of Tuscaloosa's Best Chocolate. Funds from the tournament will go to support the Family Counseling Service in Tuscaloosa. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $30 or at the door for $35.
During First Friday galleries, businesses, and restaurants stay open later in the evening to allow the community to experience everything downtown Tuscaloosa has to offer. First Friday will take place May 3, 2019 from 5-9pm. For maps, open galleries, areas to park, and other information, visit http://www.firstfridaytuscaloosa.com/.
Curated by Janelle’s Attic Gold, Retro Chic, and Southern Chic and Industrial, 5th Street Vintage Market brings a one of a kind shopping experience to the area. The event features many dealers from the region who specialize in vintage and handmade items, artworks, and vinyl records. While some vendors can accept credit cards, most require cash payments for items. Admission to the market is free and concessions will be available throughout the event. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://5thstreetvintagemarket.com/.
The annual West Alabama Food and Wine Festival will take place on May 10, 2019 from 6-8 pm in Tuscaloosa. The event benefits the West Alabama Chapter of Red Cross. Come out to enjoy Tuscaloosa's unique food and drink experiences!