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Calendar of Events | August - September 2019

Twickenham Fest Trill

Aug. 20 - Historic Russel Erskine Hotel, 115 Clinton Ave. West

Twickenham Fest's Trill is a free evening of exceptional classical music, hors d’oeuvres and cocktails exclusively for young professionals. This year, vignette performances will be curated and hosted by Chicago Lyric Opera’s Craig Terry to feature Twickenham Fest performers and Maitland Conservatory's DJ CBATTLE. Although free, this young professionals event does require an online reservation.

Big Band Dinner and Dancing with a View

Aug. 22 - Burritt on the Mountain

Put your dancing shoes on and get ready to dance under the stars to the Big Band sounds of Huntsville’s In The Mood Swing Band. The evening will begin with appetizers and dancing under the stars while observing the most amazing sunset around. A delicious home style meal prepared by Leelee Ray of Lyn’s Gracious Goodness, will be served. The music never stops and the dance floor will be open all evening. The evening will be complete with dessert amidst the beautiful twinkling lights from the view of the city. Enjoy your favorite cocktails, available from our fully stocked cash bar. Cost is $75.

Twickenham Fest

Aug. 23-25 - Downtown Huntsville

Twickenham Fest brings together the world's finest musicians to perform music in all its forms, and enhance the cultural environment and reputation of Huntsville and Alabama. Throughout the weekend you can experience a variety of shows in Downtown Huntsville.

American Cancer Society Belles & Beaus Ball

Aug. 24 - 5:30 p.m. - VBC North Hall

An evening featuring great food, dancing and an auction to benefit the American Cancer Society.

Dog Days of Summer

Aug. 24 - 6:30 p.m. - 2405 Covemont Drive

An evening featuring therapy animal teams, local music, food, Bad Puppy Punch, DaVinci dogs. Tickets available at

Wild, Wonderful Women: The Bad Girls of Madison County

Aug. 29 - 6 p.m. - Straight To Ale Brewing

A unique and fun show featuring comedy, history, music, food, drinks, storytelling and a silent auction to raise money for the preservation of historic Maple Hill Cemetery. Some of the area's actresses will bring characters from the Madison County’s past back to life in an engaging show. Come see Madam Mollie Teal (Lou Lehman Sams), Tallulah Bankhead (Marianne Cook Windham), The Black Widow of Hazel Green (Melissa Ford Thornton), The Gypsy Queen (Katie Hesse) and Annie Mertz (Rena Miller Anderson) act out these bad girls from yesteryear. Each ticket includes hors d'oeuvres and a drink ticket. Cash bar available. More information can be found on the event’s Facebook page:

Lowe Mill Concerts on the Dock

Aug. 30 - 6 to 9 p.m.

Huntsville’s own Actual Bombs live is a three-piece with three vocals, synthesizers, full drums, guitar and bass. The group’s tracks remind listeners how important it is to just get up and dance. $5 parking fee is charged on the property.

Sounds of Summer Concert Series

Aug. 31 - S.R. Butler Green at Campus No. 805

Astronomical Blues Society will take the stage at 7 p.m. Food and drinks will be available for purchase. The free event is sponsored by Yellowhammer Brewing and Straight To Ale Brewing.  Want more details? Check out the event’s Facebook page 

 Lowe Mill Concerts on the Dock

Sept. 6 - 6 to 9 p.m.

OVERFLOE, in its 18th year of sharing its seasoned sounds, hits the stage on Friday, Sept. 6. $5 parking fee is charged on the property.

 Project Playground: A Family Festival

Sept. 7 - 12 to 4 p.m.

Lowe MillAn interactive event with vendors, games, performances and activities for children and adults. The festival hopes to bring the community together and raise funds for a playspace like no other.

 Friday Night Art Walk

Sept. 13 - Downtown Huntsville Square

Walk around the historic Downtown Square to see art and artisan goods from more than 60 local vendors. Enjoy live music and an open entertainment district. The event is sponsored by Amanda Howard Sotheby’s International Realty, and is free for the public to attend.

 Lowe Mill Concerts on the Dock

Sept. 13 - 6 to 9 p.m.

Huntsville’s own Luke & Jay brings together their backgrounds of acoustic pop and alternative rock. $5 parking fee is charged on the property.

 Huntsville’s Wish Night

Sept. 20 - 6 to 10 p.m.

This is the first-ever Wish Night in Huntsville. Dress up for an evening of fine dining, cocktails, live and silent auctions, Wish Kid appearances and live music. Since 2012, Make-A-Wish Alabama has been granting wishes in every county. They have created wishes to see snow, to meet a hero, to visit Walt Disney World, to swim with dolphins, to have a treehouse and hundreds more.

 Lowe Mill Concerts on the Dock

Sept. 20 - 6 to 9 p.m.

Bonner Black is an Americana singer/songwriter from Huntsville. At just 17 years old, she moved to Nashville where she wrote with top writers and played shows at The Bluebird Cafe. Her music is a combination of authentic Southern roots, fluid pop melodies and poetic/conversational lyrics. $5 parking fee is charged on the property.

 Independent Musical Production Huntsville presents “Annie”

Sept. 26-28 at 7 p.m. - Sept. 28-29 at 2 p.m. - Main stage at Lee High School

IMPHuntsville is a community of artists, administrators, educators, and business and civic leaders devoted to theatre, arts, and arts education. “Annie” has become a worldwide phenomenon and was the winner of seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical.

 Lowe Mill Concerts on the Dock

Sept. 27 - 6 to 9 p.m.

Tristen’s is part of Nashville’s underground rock scene. Her live band features her husband on electric guitar and some of Nashville’s finest as the rhythm session. She once earned the praise from The Boston Globe as “Nashville’s best kept secret.” $5 parking fee is charged on the property.


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