Get Tickets To See Zac Brown Band At The Tuscaloosa Amphitheater

Get Tickets To See Zac Brown Band At The Tuscaloosa Amphitheater
Music lovers, mark your calendars! Zac Brown and his band are on tour, and they will swing through Alabama to perform at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater this April. For this concert, the band will be joined by Lukas Nelson & Promise of The Real. When and Where The concert will be held at... [read more]

Take A Trip To Moundville Archaeological Park

Take A Trip To Moundville Archaeological Park
You can see the well-preserved handywork of one of Alabama’s ancient civilizations just a few miles away from Tuscaloosa. At the Moundville Archeological Park, you’ll be amazed at the massive man-made mounds and the artifacts left by the Mississippian people. The Archaeological Site and Museum Just off a steep bend of the... [read more]

Tuscaloosa Breakfast Spots

Best Tuscaloosa Breakfast
You've heard it all your life: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Some mornings, oatmeal from a packet or a piece of fruit just won't cut it. Those days call for a big, bold, bacon-and-eggs-style breakfast that you can only get from an eatery that takes the... [read more]

Experience Local Art At Druid City Arts Festival In Tuscaloosa

Druid City Arts Festival
Druid City Art Festival 2019 promises to be the biggest and best ever while celebrating a decade of the event. More artists and more entertainment will be featured as this special event is expanding to a two-day event at Government Plaza in Tuscaloosa. The festival has experienced tremendous growth in... [read more]

Try A Smoothie Bowl In Tuscaloosa

Smoothie bowl
Get your healthy game on now when you are in T-town! There are a couple of trendy spots that are always sure to please your appetite and cost around $8-10 a bowl: Frutta Bowls – This franchise was created in 2016 and is killing it. Brooke Gagliano came across the Acai... [read more]

Get Ready For The Bicentennial Bash In Tuscaloosa

Bicentennial Bash
The Tuscaloosa Bicentennial has launched its plans for an amazing commemoration of the city’s 200 years of history, progress, and future promise. The growth of The University of Alabama and the successful recruitment of global industries have fueled its robust economy over the last decade. With many landmarks, restaurants, museums,... [read more]

Tuscaloosa Half Marathon – Challenge Yourself Or Cheer On The Runners

Tuscaloosa Half Marathon
Spring is almost here and why not get up early to support local charities at the 7th annual Tuscaloosa Half Marathon on March 30th? This race has attracted runners representing 35 states since its inaugural race in 2013. In September 2018, the race was acquired by FRESHJUNKIE Racing (FJR) out... [read more]

First Friday Art Walk

First Friday Art Walk
Take a stroll through downtown Tuscaloosa and breathe in all the culture this southern metropolis has to offer during the First Friday Art Walk on March 1. As you can guess from the name, this event takes place on the first Friday of every month and features a sprawling display... [read more]

See The Drowsy Chaperone At UA

Drowsy Chaperone
Catch a production of The Drowsy Chaperone at the Marian Gallaway Theatre in UA's Rowand-Johnson Hall. The memorable musical comedy runs February 19 through February 23, and is a delightful way to spend an afternoon or evening. About The Drowsy Chaperone Winner of five Tony Awards and tons of good press, The... [read more]

Cheer On Alabama Gymnastics

Alabama Gymnastics
One of the best parts of living in Tuscaloosa is getting to watch University of Alabama sports live and in person. Football and basketball are always fun and popular events to attend. But in the winter, there’s another big hitter in town. Alabama gymnastics meets are so much fun to... [read more]