Weekend Events in Tuscaloosa
Alabama Women’s Tennis vs. Kentucky 🐘🎾
If you are an Alabama sports fan, come cheer on the Alabama Women’s Tennis team this Friday night! Alabama looks to bounce back from a tough start to conference play as they take on Kentucky. The game will take place at the UA Tennis Stadium at 5 p.m. Admission is free for all fans! For more details, visit the website here.
Squats and Tots Boot Camp 🏋
The YMCA of Tuscaloosa is hosting a camp to encourage families to work out together. This camp is a 4-week program that runs every Saturday from March 9 to April 6. The classes will all start at 11 a.m. and run until 12 p.m. You do not have to be a YMCA member to participate! Babies, toddlers, and children are welcome. Childcare is available for any children not participating. The price is $75 for YMCA members and $90 for non-members, which includes admission for one parent and one child. The limit is two children per parent, and it is an additional $10 for a second child. Sign up and learn more about this fun event here!
Live Music at Green Bar 🎶
Tuscaloosa loves some live music. This weekend, Sicard Hollow will be playing at Green Bar. They plan to “bring the grass to T-Town,” as they are traveling all the way from Nashville. They will have two sets of tasteful songwriting and raging jams. This show will start Friday night at 11 p.m. Admission is $5 at the door.
Dr. Seuss Day at CHOM! 📚 🖐
The Tuscaloosa Children’s Hands-On Museum has a fun event to celebrate an important holiday – Dr. Seuss Day! This Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., admission will include Dr. Seuss related activities. Some of these activities include let’s rhyme storytime, stack the cat’s hat, inspect oobleck and make a thing painting. For more information, visit their website here.
This isn’t all that Tuscaloosa has to offer this weekend! To read about everything that is happening, check out Visit Tuscaloosa’s event page here!
What to look forward to:
Druid City Music Festival 🎶
I’m sure that you have seen the incredible lineup of Big Boi and others for the Druid City Music Festival, but did you know that you can purchase tickets NOW? To read more about this exciting event and buy tickets, please visit the website here.
Bicentennial Bash 🎉
All-star Alabama musicians Jason Isbell, St. Paul & the Broken Bones, The Commodores, Moon Taxi, and Blind Boys of Alabama will headline a FREE family-friendly concert, Saturday, March 30 at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater. The concert is part of the City of Tuscaloosa Bicentennial Bash. This come-and-go event will also be a day-long celebration of Tuscaloosa’s 200th birthday and will include a lively Kids Zone with rides, inflatables and hands-on activities for children of all ages. For more information about the Tuscaloosa 200 celebration throughout the year, visit the website here.
Druid City Arts Festival 🖼
DCAF will be back this year for two days, April 5-6! It has been expanded to be even bigger and better than ever. The added Friday night event will feature live music and arts, and Saturday will still be full of art, music, and activities for everyone to enjoy. Be sure to put this FREE event on your calendar! For more information, visit their website here.