September 10 – 11
Happening at Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment in Huntsville
The world’s oldest Cigar Box guitar festival kicks off with a concert on the platform at Lowe Mill on Friday evening. There will be free music all day on Saturday with lots of family activities like building your own Cigar Box guitar.
Local artists Pat Nickel, John Savage and Microwave Dave are scheduled to appear at the festival along with children’s host and Alabama PBS TV personality Steve Trash; The Cigar Box Serenaders; Johnny Lowe; 1 Trick Pony and One Hand Dan.
Dragon Forge Café at Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment in Huntsville
This is a “sure to get the dead kicked in” event. As part of the concerts on the wharf, the folks at Dragon’s Forge Cafe open their doors to all the local nocturnal creatures for spooky music filled with underground EDM and industrial Gothic tunes. This event is limited to guests over 18 as there may be explicit music and music videos.
Taking place at the Princess Theater in Decatur.
“The party never ends! when country music singer-songwriter Robert Earl Keen tours the historic Princess Theater in downtown Decatur. During his career spanning more than 30 years, Keen has released over 20 albums and performed thousands of shows, which usually include a vocals on his most famous song, “The Road Goes On Forever”. Tickets start at $ 25.
Taking place at the Shoals Community Theater in Florence.
Tickets cost $ 20 with a portion of all sales going to local northern Alabama veterans.
Rick Jones and the Wayward Son Band are hosting a benefit concert for local veterans. Special guest musicians will include Dixie Mafia, Outlaw Apostles and Ray Sisk. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association of Alabama.
Happening at Sand Mountain Park and the Albertville Amphitheater.
Award-winning country musician Clint Black will be in the Tennessee Valley at the all-new Sand Mountain Park and Amphitheater. Black has sold over 20 million records and ranked 22 No.1 singles in his career. Tickets start at $ 35.
It’s happening at Sidetracks Music Hall in Huntsville.
Are you ready for an evening of hard music with some hard-hitting bands? This metal show will be a good beating moment. Headbang at your own risk. Tickets are $ 9.51 in advance and $ 15 at the door.
Happening at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville
Epic cover band Black Jacket Symphony will perform Pink Floyd’s album ‘The Wall’ at VBC. Tickets for the music and visual experience start at $ 32.
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