Satisfy your greed for speed this April 21st through 23rd with a trip to Barber Motorsports Park for the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama. This is the race where some of the best indy drivers in the world gather t test their skills against each other, and against the technically challenging, 17-turn, 2.3 mile Barber road course.
Now in its sixth year, Secret Stages is hardly a secret. Birmingham’s weekend-long festival of musical discovery has grown to become one of our city’s most enjoyable events.
Every year, before college football becomes a months-long weekend endeavor, the people of Birmingham and like-minded visitors gather together to watch a few movies.
Photo by Kenwyn Alexander St. Paul & The Broken Bones are the biggest thing to come out of Birmingham in ages.
What Good Sports Do During C-USA Birmingham is preparing for a deluge of sports fans from around the Southeast who are coming for the Conference USA Championships March 8-12. This is a sports-loving town if ever there was one, so C-USA guests will find plenty to do before and after the games.
Calling all lovebirds! Last week OpenTable released their list of 25 Most Romantic Cities in America, featuring Birmingham in the #5 spot. And with Valentine’s just around the corner, we think it’s safe to say love is the air. We’ve rounded-up some of the coolest events for couples happening in Birmingham this weekend, so grab your sweetheart, order those dozen roses, and enjoy!
News has come down that the Auburn Tigers and the Memphis Tigers are headed to town for the annual Birmingham Bowl game. This is good news.
This fall, just as they’ve done for the past decade, Vulcan Park and Museum is hosting Vulcan AfterTunes, a Sunday afternoon outdoor concert series.
The Alabama Theatre is a fabulous place to see everything from classic films to a Tom Waits concert. It’s one of the grand architectural accomplishments saved from the wrecking-ball while many others of that era weren’t.
One of the city’s oldest cultural food festivals is gearing up for its 43rd year. The hugely popular Birmingham Greek Festival, October 1-3, goes back four generations in the Greek community, bringing music, dance and especially extraordinary Greek cuisine to festival-goers.