Events in Tuscaloosa This Weekend

The weekend is upon us! We have an incredible slate of events going on this Memorial Day Weekend, so head out and enjoy boxing, live music, or a relaxing cruise down the Black Warrior on the historic Bama Belle. Don’t forget that Live at the Plaza returns next Friday (June 1). Check out the lineup here and reasons your should attend this fun downtown music event each Friday in June and July.


Theatre Tuscaloosa presents Second Samuel

This weekend, audiences are invited to visit Second Samuel (May 18-27), a sleepy, south Georgia town where it’s hard to keep a secret, but everybody has one. The show is set during the summer that Second Samuel’s beloved music teacher, Miss Gertrude, passes away. As her friends and neighbors prepare for her funeral, her mysteries are unveiled. Nobody could have imagined how the death of one sweet little old lady would turn the entire town upside down! This show is appropriate for audience members ages 13 and older. This play will be held in Bean-Brown Theatre on Shelton State Community College Campus.


Alabama Boxing Hall of Fame

The Alabama Boxing Hall of Fame will hold its annual induction ceremony this Friday at the Tuscaloosa River Market. Boxing legend Evander Holyfield will be among the inductees. There will also be six fights, including the debut of Deontay Wilder’s brother Marcellus. You won’t want to miss this night of celebrating Alabama’s boxing heroes!


Battio, Cats of Kentuck, and Bronzi Blonde at Green Bar

Enjoy a night of live music on May 25th at Green Bar from 9pm- 3am with Battio, Cats of Kentuck, and Bronzi Blonde. Green Bar is one of Tuscaloosa’s premier music venues and has hosted the likes of Alabama Shakes and St. Paul and the Broken Bones. Playing their jazzed-up rock that reminds one of the legendary band the Doors, the Cats of Kentuck could be the next big thing. See for yourself at Green Bar this Friday!


Bama Belle BBQ Cruise

The Bama Belle has cranked up for their spring/summer season, and one of their first events will be a fun and relaxing float down the river with live music and BBQ. You won’t want to miss this uniquely Tuscaloosa experience. Full steam ahead! Make reservations at for your Barbecue Dinner Cruise on Friday, May 25, from 7:00PM-9:30PM for $35.


Anna McAbee contributed to this post