Weekend Events in Tuscaloosa
With no Alabama football this weekend, it might leave some Tuscaloosa residents wondering what else there is to do. As it is the first weekend of the month, there are many fun events to attend, from art nights to ice skating. Below are some of the events happening in this special weekend in Tuscaloosa.
Kentuck Art Night 🎨
Just over the river from downtown Tuscaloosa rests Kentuck Art Center, the centerpiece of the local art community. On the first Thursday of each month they host a fun event to help you relax and explore their unique scene. They have live music, light hors-d’oeuvres and a chance to interact with a local artist and even purchase some of their beautiful art. Art night runs from 5-8, but it will be the best three hours of your month, guaranteed. Check out their Facebook event to share this information with your friends!
An Evening at Hotel Indigo 🎄🎶
There is no better way to celebrate this season than by spending time with friends and family! As a way to give back to the Tuscaloosa community, Hotel Indigo is hosting an evening of holiday themed music and light refreshments in their lobby. Justin Oliver will be on the piano singing and playing all of your favorite holiday songs. The hotel will be fully decorated, and they invite the community to come relax, rejuvenate and stay for dinner in their Shoals Kitchen or drinks at the Lookout Rooftop Bar. For details on location, visit their website here.
Babes in Toyland by Tuscaloosa Children’s Theatre 🍿⛄️
For another family-friendly event, visit the Bama Theatre to see a holiday musical by the Tuscaloosa Children’s Theatre. This musical tale through the worlds of Mother Goose Land and Toyland is sure to delight all ages. The show is happening this weekend only, so don’t miss out. For show times and details on the location, visit the Bama Theatre website here. To purchase tickets and find out more about the Tuscaloosa Children’s Theatre, visit their website here.
First Friday Art Walk 🖼
The first Friday of the month is a special evening in downtown Tuscaloosa. Local art galleries open their doors late and invite the public in for a night of fun and exploration. With downtown being an entertainment district on Friday evenings, you can now grab your favorite drink from a local bar or restaurant and dig the local art scene. Galleries on your tour include Harrison Galleries, the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center, and local artist Caleb O’Connor’s studio. For more information and hours visit http://firstfridaytuscaloosa.com/
Holidays on the River ❄️⛸
What better way is there to celebrate the holidays than with ice skating? The ice rink at Tuscaloosa Amphitheater will be open all weekend, so don’t miss out on this fun opportunity for family and friends. For more information and their official schedule, visit their website here.