Celebrate Valentine’s Day #INBirmingham

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!

Tigers Take Over the Town

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.

Cold Brews and Vulcan Views

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.

Now Playing: The Alabama Theatre

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.

Please Pass the Pastichio

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.

Popular AfterTunes Returns to Vulcan Park

Tickets are on sale now for this fall’s Vulcan AfterTunes lineup at Vulcan Park and Museum. Currently in its 11th year, the popular Sunday afternoon music event also includes cold brews and fabulous views.

Women’s Soccer Expected to Bring Fans, Millions

When the U.S. women’s soccer team arrives for a victory tour match in Birmingham September 20, they’ll bring more than just a legion of fans.

World Champion Returns to Fight

WBC Heavyweight World Champion Deontay Wilder held a press conference recently to confirm his return to Birmingham to again defend his title. Wilder will fight challenger Johann Duhaupas on September 26 at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex Legacy Arena.

Classics at the Classy Alabama

Before the historic Alabama Theatre opens its doors for the Sidewalk Film Festival, movies of another sort are on the theater’s big screen. Take a look at the lineup:

So Much to See at the ASC

Chuck E’s in love with performers on the schedule at the Alys Stephens Center now through October, especially with Rickie Lee Jones who’s scheduled to take the stage August 21. Poncho Sanchez on September 3 leads the way to the Indigo Girls on September 23.