Tickets for Live Events in Alabama
Those unfamiliar with Alabama might be surprised to discover the remarkable diversity of its landscapes and city scenes. From the mountainous north high in the Appalachians to the Gulf beaches, and the artsy capital Montgomery to historic Mobile, visitors to Alabama find great variety in its dynamic entertainment scene. Birmingham is undoubtedly the cultural and entertainment capital, but Huntsville ("Rocket City"), the college town of Auburn and countless small cities across the Heart of Dixie all have an appeal of their own.
Music fans know Alabama as a homeland of blues and country music, and its Muscle Shoals region is a legend of 1960 and '70s-era rock, pop and R&B. Appalachian folk music, jazz, gospel and classical music also have their places amid Alabama's music scene. Today's live entertainment offerings include performances by the Mobile Symphony Orchestra at the historic Saenger Theatre, Broadway plays and concerts at the Montgomery Performing Arts Center, and a variety of shows at the Carver Theatre in Birmingham, home of the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame.
Annual festivals include Mobile's Carnival, a celebration dating to the early 1700s; the WC Handy Music Festival in Florence; the Alabama Shakespeare Festival in Montgomery; and the Birmingham Folk Festival.
Sports fans can see the ASU Hornets in Montgomery, the University of Alabama's Crimson Tide in Tuscaloosa or the Auburn Tigers' football games at Jordan Hare Stadium. And don't forget NASCAR races at the Talladega Superspeedway, one of the largest stadiums in the world.
Among many entertainment options in Alabama are classical, pop, country and comedy shows at the Montgomery Performing Arts Center, the Alys Stephens Center for the Performing Arts in Birmingham and Mobile Civic Center. Include the kids in your cultural experience with tickets to the renowned Birmingham Children's Theatre.
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