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Big Spring Jam - Huntsville, Alabama
The Huntsville Heritage Foundation has sponsored Huntsville's annual downtown music festival, the Big Spring Jam, since 1993. The Big Spring Jam in Big Spring Park in Huntsville, AL has a wide variety of music genres in its public concert each year.
Covered Bridge Festival in Blount County Alabama
Known as "the covered bridge capital of Alabama,"Blount County has three of the state's remaining 11 covered bridges.They are the Horton Mill, Swann and Easley Covered Bridges.
Cullman Oktoberfest Official Website
German festival in the town of Cullman in October of every year. German arts, crafts, food, and music are featured in this festival.
Homestead Hollow in Springville, Alabama
Homestead Hollow in Springville, Alabama is one of the South's top rated arts and crafts festivals.They feature historical demonstrations as well as unique handcrafted arts and crafts from 120 vendors from all over the Southeastern US.
Ivy creek inn B&B
5 guest rooms with private baths and cable tv. Beautiful quite setting in the mountains with creek running past front porch.
Miss Tennessee Valley Beauty Pageant
Miss Tennessee Valley Pageant is held annually in Sheffield Alabama.
Northeast Alabama Home and Garden Show - Rainsville, AL
Yearly home and garden show at the Rainsville Civic Center in Rainsville, AL on the 2nd week of March generally.
Panoply Arts Festival - Huntsville, AL
Held the last weekend in April in downtown Huntsville's beautiful Big Spring Park, Panoply is an annual celebration featuring a magnificent array of visual arts, music, dance, and theater.
The place where you will find all the events and special occasions in the Shoals area of Northwest Alabama. You will find events like plays, exhibits, festivals, parades and more.
The Birmingham International Festival Salutes
The mission of the organization is to present an international festival of arts, education and economic development programs that builds bridges of understanding with nations of the world.