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Legion Field is an outdoor stadium in the southeastern United States in Birmingham, Alabama, primarily designed to be used as a venue for American football, but occasionally used for other large outdoor events.
Saturn (music venue) and Satellite (coffee and cocktail bar) is a facility located in Avondale just east of downtown Birmingham. It is owned by Alabama native and musician Brian Teasley along with the world famous Bowery Presents. Local roasters, Domestique Coffee operates their shop under our roof. The venue caters to both national and local acts, and we strive to be an important piece of the community as well as an outlet for arts and entertainment within the greater Birmingham area.
The Alabama Theatre is a movie palace in Birmingham, Alabama. It was built in 1927 by Paramount's Publix Theatre chain as its flagship theater for the southeastern region of the United States. Seating 2,500 people at the time, Alabama Theatre is a beautiful entertainment venue located in the 3rd avenue district. For more information, click HERE. To see what is within walking distance of the Alabama, click HERE.
Regions is the home of the Birmingham Barons and host other events as well. With a continued emphasis on providing the most fun and affordable family-friendly entertainment in Birmingham, Regions Field features a variety of unique attractions for fans of all ages including a Youth Sports Zone, which houses a mini wiffle ball field, the Chick-Fil-A Family Fun Park, NAPA Batting Cages located in right field. The SwitchYard on 14th along the first base side of the ballpark under the iconic Birmingham sign is open during all Barons home games and non-gamedays during the season and offseason. Follow The SwitchYard On 14th on Facebook and Twitter for up to date hours of operation.
A spacious 360-degree concourse allows fans to see the action on the field as they move throughout the ballpark. Fans can also visit the center field entertainment area, which features the Coors Light Cool Zone for adult fans and a Dreamland BBQ Stand.
Built in 1914 for B.F. Keith’s Vaudeville circuit, the Lyric is one of few theatres still existing today that was specifically designed to maximize the acoustics and close seating needed for vaudeville shows. Major stars such as the Marx Brothers, Mae West, Sophie Tucker, Will Rogers and Milton Berle played the Lyric. Berle said it was “as fine a theatre as any in New York.”
Cozy playhouse with modern flair showcasing familiar musicals, classes for kids & master classes. A place for Broadway-caliber musicals by employing theatre professionals. We’re a place where Tony Award winners share the stage with young actors, where an up-and-coming director develops his aesthetic, where a seasoned writer returns to Birmingham to stage his breakout hit, and where a pioneering set designer shapes groundbreaking scenes. For more information, click HERE
The Alys Robinson Stephens Performing Arts Center is a performing arts facility located on the campus of the University of Alabama at Birmingham. It hosts over 250,000 people for more than 300 diverse events annually. The ASC is the center for entertainment and arts education in Birmingham and Central Alabama. For more information, click HERE
The 19,212-square-foot multi-purpose performing arts facility was designed and constructed to support the theatre, dance, and music programs. This 500-seat theatre consists of a fully rigged stage house, state-of-the-art performance system, a 40 x 80 foot stage, a 50 musician orchestra pit and is equipped with the latest technical and acoustic technology