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2048 St. Joseph Drive NW, Cullman, AL, US, 35055

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Entertainment Venues

»Princess Theatre Center for the Performing Arts

From a stable to a vaudeville playhouse and finally as a performing arts center, the Princess Theatre Center for the Performing Arts has seen a lot in its long standing history. A heritage building, this art deco monument stands out not only for its architecture but also for being an esteemed performance venue in the city. Home to children's theater, dramas, musicals and more, the Princess Theatre has hosted a luminary of stars such as Ray Charles, Arlo Guthrie, Dianne Reeves and Ricky Skaggs.

112 Second Avenue Northeast
Decatur, AL 35601

»U.S. Space and Rocket Center

Located just southwest of Huntsville about two hours from Birmingham, the U.S. Space and Rocket Center is one of the most extraordinary destinations in Alabama. On display here are rockets, boosters, capsules and space suits used in NASA missions over the years. There is also an IMAX movie theater and a summer space camp for children. The center is open daily except major holidays. The admission price includes a trip to the nearby Marshall Space Flight Center, where you can watch the construction of NASA's new space station.

1 Tranquility Base
Huntsville, AL 35805

» Huntsville Jaycees Fairgrounds

The Jaycees Fairgounds at Huntsville serve as the official venue for the Northeast Alabama State Fair, since its inception in 1962. The grounds were a provision made by the Jaycees for the Jaycee County Fair, now known as the Northeast Alabama State Fair. The fairgrounds have been developed over the period and they now boast sound technological support and other such facilities.

2151 Airport Road SouthWest
Huntsville, AL 35801

»Von Braun Center Concert Hall

The hub of cultural activity within the Von Braun Center, its Concert Hall, has presented many an evening of pleasure for the residents of Huntsville and neighboring areas. A beautiful concert venue within the Center, it houses around 2100 guests. Excellent acoustic and seating facilities make it an ideal venue for music concerts, symphony orchestras as well as ballet and theater performances. It has been a long standing venue for the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra and the Broadway Theater League.

700 Monroe Street
Huntsville, AL 35801

»Von Braun Center Arena

Presenting big name artists and performances, this event center is the place to go for live entertainment in Huntsville. From live music, to celtic dancing and comedy shows, the Von Braun Center Arena offers a variety of entertainment. 

700 Monroe Street
Huntsville, AL 35801

»Von Braun Center

Looking for some excitement in Huntsville? Why not go to the Von Braun Center for a little distraction? With sporting events like WWE Wrestling, basketball with home team Huntsville Flight, and hockey with home team Huntsville Havoc, there is always something going on. The Von Braun Center is also a popular venue for concerts, with the likes of country sensation Alison Krauss performing. Smaller halls and facilities cater to arts & crafts, agricultural fairs, and other local happenings, and are available for rental.

700 Monroe Street
Huntsville, AL

»Elks Lodge

At this location you will find the local lodge of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks known commonly as the Elks. The Elks is a fraternal social order in the US based on principles of patriotism and camaraderie. The lodge has a swimming pool, barbecue pavilion and meeting areas which can be rented. Call the lodge to find out details about availability, rates and other information.

725 Franklin Street Southeast
Huntsville, AL 35801

»Argo Drive-In Theatre

Argo Drive-In Theatre was built in 1998 and can accommodate up to 211 cars in its three acres (1.21 hectares) land. Open every Friday and Saturday, it shows mostly family-friendly movies at a very nominal fee of USD10. So bring your popcorn and drinks to enjoy an entertaining flick with your whole gang under the stars.

100 Angus Street
Trussville, AL 35173

»Regal Cinemas Trussville Stadium 16

This cineplex has 16 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.

5895 Trussville Crossings Parkway
Birmingham, AL 35235

»T.M. Elmore Gymnasium

T.M. Elmore Gymnasium in Alabama A & M University is home to the basketball team of Bulldogs. It is the venue of the home matches of the men's basketball and women's volleyball and basketball games. If you are a Bulldogs fan or just want to check out the cheerleaders Elmore Gym is the right destination.

4900 Meridian Street
Normal, AL 35762

»The Forge

The Forge is a multicultural venue for various community events. It amalgamates music, art and literary programs for a holistic experience. There are creative and do-it-yourself projects for children and adults alike. Visitors can attend film screenings, concerts, art exhibitions and classes at this place. It aims to aide the cultural development of the surrounding community, especially children.

5505 1st Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35212

»Sound & Page

Sound & Page is a space for hosting small-scale concerts and musicals. The room seats 50 people and can accommodate 75 when standing. The founders Caleb Chancey, James Kling and Corey Scogin started this music venue in 2013 to bring together music connoisseurs in a private space, where everyone knows everyone else. The bookshelves against the walls contain numerous volumes and the stage is often decorated with interesting props such as tree leaves. Though the venue is small, it ensures ample socializing opportunities among like-minded people and the room has excellent acoustics. Check the website for the event schedule.

5529 1st Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35212
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