Weekend Events in Tuscaloosa
Following a big win in Death Valley against LSU, Alabama football is back in Bryant-Denny Stadium this week to take on Mississippi State. This weekend, take some time to enjoy live music, visit the weekly farmer’s market and cheer for the Crimson Tide at the UA men’s basketball game.
Alabama Football vs. Mississippi St. 🐘🏈
Make sure you have warm clothes for the football game this weekend! The highs are in the mid-50’s, so it will be chilly. Kickoff is at 2:30 pm, which is the perfect time for tailgating in the morning and visiting some of your favorite Tuscaloosa staples after the game for dinner. Support the Crimson Tide as they look to continue their undefeated season. Find more information about game day here!
UA Basketball vs. Appalachian St. 🏀
Be sure to support the UA men’s basketball team in their third game of the season! This Sunday, the Crimson Tide is facing Appalachian State University at 6 pm in the Coleman Coliseum. Attendance is free for students at UA, with the use of an ACT card! For more information on tickets and the men’s basketball schedule, check here.
Live Music 🎶
There are multiple opportunities to enjoy live music this weekend in Tuscaloosa! Saturday at 9 pm, Martin McDaniel will be playing at Rhythm and Brews. Also, Universal Sigh will be at Green Bar Saturday starting at 10 pm. Sunday, Druid City Brewing Company is continuing their weekly Acoustic Open Mic Night. This will start at 6 pm, and is a great way to end your weekend with some fun.
Honor Our Veterans Day at CHOM! 🇺🇸
With Veteran’s Day on Monday, the Children’s Hands on Museum is having an event this Saturday to honor our veterans. From 9 am – 4:30 pm, admission to CHOM will include activities like making cards to send to the Tuscaloosa Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center. Additionally, cards can be made to give to any Veteran you may know.
Tuscaloosa Farmer’s Market 🍉
Tuscaloosa Farmer’s Market. The River Market hosts the Farmer’s Market as a public service to the city of Tuscaloosa. Every Saturday from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. you can find fresh produce, grass-fed beef, artisan crafts, and so much more for the entire family. Use your EBT card to purchase tokens which can be exchanged for food and other eligible items from our vendors. This is a great way to eat healthy while supporting local Alabama farmers. You can’t beat that combination.