Time for the Alabama Weekend Roundup. This weekly post highlights different and unique events across Alabama or near Alabama that you should consider attending. So for this weekend, here are some events you should consider going too!
September 28-29 – Jubilee Festival – Daphne, AL
An Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce event. 130 spaces available 10 x 10. Live local entertainment. Kids Art in the Park with booths set up for children to explore their creative side. Classic festival food in food court and culinary demonstrations will delight any foodie.
Learn more at: https://www.thejubileefestival.com/
September 28 – Fiesta 2019 – Birmingham, AL
Vamos – ¡Fiesta está celebrando Alabama juntos! Join us Saturday, Sept. 28 from noon to 8 p.m. in Birmingham’s Linn Park for Fiesta 2019, the state’s largest celebration of Hispanic culture and heritage and, this year, a celebration of Alabama’s Bicentennial! You won’t want to miss the excitement as we share the rich, diverse and storied history of Alabama’s Hispanic community and recognize 200 years of statehood. Experience the best of Hispanic culture in your own backyard as you journey through 20 represented countries and encounter the best of Latin American art, music, food and dance. Plus, enjoy performances from talented Latin American artists live from the Coca-Cola mainstage.
Learn more at: http://fiestabham.com/
September 27-29 – Homestead Hollow Harvest Arts and Crafts Festival – Springville, AL
Handmade, hand decorated one-of-a-kind arts and crafts festival in a recreated pioneer setting. See demonstrations of blacksmithing, soap making, wood carving, weaving, open hearth cooking, candle making and the only licensed moonshine still in the state of Alabama. Live entertainment, children’s activities and great food.
Learn more at: http://homesteadhollow.com/
September 28 – Whistle Stop Festival – Leeds, AL
This event brings together artists and craft makers to sell and demonstrate their work to the sound of live music and various performances throughout the day. Vintage fire engines and fire safety presentations, carnival games for all ages, barbecue and funnel cakes – this event has something for everyone.
Learn more at: http://www.thewhistlestopfestival.com/
September 28-29 – River Clay Arts Festival – Decatur, AL
Two Day juried fine art show and sale featuring artists from across the Southeast.
Learn more at: https://www.riverclay.org/
September 27-29 – Winfield Mule Day – Winfield, AL
Mule Day festivities begin on Friday evening with music and dancing for all ages, great food, flea market booths, and downtown shopping specials and the Mule Day Run at midnight. Saturday features a variety of food, musical entertainment, the Mule Day parade, car and tractor show, flea market, mule judging, arts and crafts and a carnival. A Civil War reenactment, “Skirmish at Luxapalila,” will also take place at Ivan K. Hill Park, with battles on Saturday and Sunday, and a period ball Saturday evening at the Winfield Community Center.
Learn more at: http://winfieldsmuleday.com/
September 28 – Shoals Dragon Boat Festival – Florence, AL
Traditional Hong Kong style dragon boats are 46-feet long, with 10 seats and 20 paddlers. A drum seat in front of the first two paddlers (seated beside each other) holds a drummer – you want the smallest, loudest, most rhythmic person you can find. A steerer guides the boat with the steering oar in back. These 22 people make up a dragon boat team.
Learn more at: https://www.shoalsscholardollars.com/
September 27-28 – Shades of Bluegrass Festival – Rogersville, AL
The Shades of Bluegrass Festival is a twice-annual event held at the Rogersville Recreation Park. There will be food and craft vendors and a Shade Tree area for jammers. Primitive camping sites and a bathhouse are available as well as RV parking with hookups.
Learn more at: https://www.facebook.com/shadesbluegrassfest
September 28 – Titus Bluegrass Festival – Titus, AL
The 19th annual Titus Bluegrass Festival, scheduled to begin at 10 am and continue until 4 pm, allows attendees to relax and enjoy the picking and grinning of live bluegrass music. Scrumptious barbecue will be available and booths will be filled with crafts, cookbooks, and peanuts.
Learn more at: https://www.facebook.com/TCCBluegrassFestival
September 28-29 – Echota Cherokee Tribe of Alabama Festival and Pow Wow – Falkville, AL
Featuring Native American: Artisans, Craftsmen, Story Telling, Dancing, Flute Playing, Living History and Demonstrations, Children’s participation Dancing. Traditional Food: Indian Tacos/Fry Bread, Contemporary Food: Hamburgers/Hot Dogs/Pork.
Learn more at: http://echotacherokee.org/
September 29 – Alabama Multicultural Street Fair – Birmingham, AL
The inaugural Alabama Multicultural Street Fair (AMSF) will promote inclusion and diversity by celebrating Alabama’s heritage through art, sports, music, dance and food. The community event, hosted by The Pizitz, is free with family-friendly entertainment Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. AMSF will bring several nationalities in Birmingham together with international communities in a street fair format to showcase the world in Alabama.
Learn more at: https://www.facebook.com/events/2386300328316051/
September 28 – Alabama Coolerfest – Steele, AL
Bring your tents, chairs and coolers to Alabama Coolerfest Saturday from 1 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Alabama International Dragway in Steele. The festival will feature live music, DJs, a car show and more. The event is rain or shine. Tickets are $10 to $30.
September 28 – Alpaca Farm Day – Anniston, AL
Come out and meet the alpacas and their friends Wednesday the camel, llamas, mini donkeys, horses, pigs and more! There will also be vendors and food booths. Stop by the gift shop and see our selection of unique handmade products. Bring your friends & families out for a fun filled day on the farm.
Learn more at: https://www.facebook.com/events/469860817088933/
September 28 – Hokes Bluff City Fest – Hokes Bluff, AL
Hokes Bluff City Fest is a FREE event featuring live entertainment, kid’s rides and activities, local area businesses, vendors & more.
Learn more at: https://www.facebook.com/hokesbluffcityfest/
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