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Fall Concerts, Plays, and Performances in Huntsville and North Alabama

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Fall Concerts, Plays, and Performances in Huntsville and North Alabama

Fall is a splendid time to enjoy a play, catch a concert, or watch a special show with your family! Below you’ll find our list of family-friendly performances taking place despite COVID. Many will look different (virtual, outdoor w/ masks, drive-in and socially distanced) but that can’t stop us from having fun!

To get the full 411 about all that is happening in and around the Tennessee Valley this fall including information on Fall Break Camps, Pumpkin Patches, Trick/Trunk or Treating options, Halloween Parties, and more why not mosey on over to the full 2020 Fall Activity Guide. Then be sure to share the scoop with your friends so you’ll see familiar faces when you are out and about this fall season.

September


Concerts in the Car

lowe mill concerts in the car
Photo via Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment

When: Fridays through October 16, 6PM-7:30PM
Where: Lowe Mill (map)
Cost: FREE, $5 suggested parking donation
More Info: Website | Facebook | RCM Parent Pro-Tips

The show must go on…at a distance. This drive-in concert series offers a chance for audience members to support live music at their own comfort level by tuning in on your FM dial or finding a spot to watch while not bursting any personal bubbles. Watch the show from the comfort of your own car, or set up in our socially-distanced circles on the lawn for a front-row viewing! Cars will be parked six feet from each other, and all circles on the lawn follow social-distancing protocol to keep everyone safe.

Music on the Mountain Super Saturday

When: September 12 | 10AM-4PM
Where: Burritt on the Mountain (map)
Cost: Free with membership or general admission
More InfoWebsite | Facebook

Come enjoy a day of music on the mountain! Enjoy some old time favorites as you wander through our Historic Park and listen to several groups of musicians share their love of making music the old-fashioned way. You can also visit The Burritt Mansion, and enjoy the Whimsical Woods Flip Flopped activities. Visit for an hour or two or bring a picnic lunch and spend the day on the mountain.

Drive-In Cabaret Series


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When: September 13 & October 18 at 7PM
Where: Independent Musical Productions, Inc. (map)
Cost: $17 per person for 2 people in car; $15 for each additional person in car
More InfoWebsite | Facebook

What better way to spend a summer night than listening to some fantastic music? You won’t want to miss seeing IMPHuntsville’s talented singers present some of their personal favorite tunes. It will surely be a grand night for singing.  Audio will be broadcast via FM radio. Social distancing (staying in your car) for this event is encouraged, although “sitting on the hood” or in chairs would be allowed with proper distance.

City Lights & Stars Concert Series: The Flashbacks Show Band

Photo via Burritt on the Mountain

When: September 24 | 7:30PM-9:30PM, Gates open at 6PM
Where: Burritt on the Mountain (map)
Cost: $15 Members/$20 Non-members
More InfoWebsite | Facebook

The 27th City Lights and Stars Concert Series Season is a GO, but will look a bit different than in years past. Ticket sales are limited and MUST be purchased in advance! Performing a wide spectrum of music from early Motown to Rock-n-Roll and Pop to R&B and Soul, The Flashbacks Show Band has been likened to such performers as the “Temptations” and “Kool and the Gang”. O’ Taste & See & Regal Cupcakery will be onsite with food for purchase.

Microwave Dave & the Nukes at Campus No. 805

When: September 25 | 6PM-9PM
Where: Butler Green at Campus No. 805 (map)
Cost: FREE
More Info: Facebook

Say farewell to Summer with a fun evening on the Green at Campus No. 805! Join us, Purple 19 and Spice Radio for Huntsville’s own Microwave Dave & the Nukes. Spice Radio will get things started at 6 pm, spinning local music. Microwave Dave & the Nukes will start jamming at 7 pm. Bring your chair, snag some food and a purple cup from around Campus and spread out on the green!

 

South Huntsville BBQ & Bluegrass Festival

When: September 26 | 12PM-6PM
Where: Southside Park (map)
Cost: FREE
More Info: Facebook

Join South Huntsville Main and Commissioner Phil Riddick for a day of BBQ and Bluegrass Music at Southside Park! The Olde Towne Queing Company food truck will be on site, along with music from 45 Surprise, The Jim Wood Ensemble, and Another Town. We’ve got plenty of space for social distancing while you enjoy the music!

Turnip & Joletta’s Family Game Night

When: September 26 at 7PM
Where: Shenanigans Comedy Theatre (map)
Cost: $5
More Info: Website | Facebook

Your crazy friends, Turnip & Joletta, will bring you a variety of different fun games that will be great for all ages! Come and be entertained and have a chance to win prizes!

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Melodies on the Mountain: Learning Through Music

Melodies on the Mountain

When: September 29 | 10AM-11:30AM
Where: Burritt on the Mountain (map)
Cost: $8 Members/$12 Non-members
More InfoWebsite | Facebook

Burritt has invited the Microwave Dave Music Education Foundation to share “The Story of Southern Music,” a history lesson about instruments, lyrics, and music in our own backyard. Microwave Dave and the Nukes will use their talents and expertise to take you on a musical journey through time. Please come ready to clap your hands, and tap your toes as you learn from professional musicians to experience the joy of music while outside on the mountain enjoying Burritt’s amazing view of the valley.  After the performance Burritt teachers will help students create their own popsicle-stick harmonica to take home. Designed for students ages 5-12 years old.

October


Fantasy Playhouse presents Amelia and Harriet’s Magical Adventure

When: October 17 at 2PM
Where: Facebook Live
Cost: No set ticket price; donations welcome
More InfoFacebook

Open your imagination and follow along on Amelia and Harriet’s Magical Adventure! As the girls set out for an evening of trick or treating, it starts to rain and they find themselves inside an antique shop. Little do they know the night would be full of surprises and fun encounters with characters that everyone knows and loves. Kids of all ages are sure to enjoy this original piece of work created as a puppet show set on Halloween.

Bernard Blues and Barbecue

When: October 31-November 1 | 9AM-5PM Daily
Where: St. Bernard Abbey and Prep School (map)
Cost: $5
More Info: WebsiteFacebook

By popular demand, St. Bernard is hosting a fall event to further promote the work of education and the grades 7-12 residential and day college preparatory school. Enjoy live music and the best pulled pork in the Southeast as well as  ribs, hamburgers, brats, and chicken wings! The event also features some of the best artisans in the Southeast to include: pottery, wreaths, door hangers, flowers, wood turned bowls, clothing, birdhouses, honey, jewelry, soap, brooms, metal art, glass art, freshly ground cornmeal and grits, and much, much more.

 


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