Art & Music will fill the air this weekend, be ready!
Things to do This Weekend in Huntsville, AL – April 29 – 30
1. 41st Annual Panoply Arts Festival
Date: April 28-30
Location: Big Spring Park
Panoply, one of the most popular and oldest Huntsville-area spring festivals, is Alabama‘s premier arts weekend where Huntsville’s innovative spark shines through a festival of art, music and more! This year will be the 41st edition of the festival, which is embedded as part of Huntsville culture.
2. Friday’s at the Farm
Date: Friday, April 28
Time: 4pm – 8pm
Location: Piper & Leaf Farm
Every Friday evening from April 21st through October we will be having a fun filled time for you, your family, and friends to gather and enjoy. Be sure to especially make it out every 4th Friday for our traditional Maker’s Market evenings, featuring farmers, makers, and bakers from all over our communities!
3. HomeTown Lenders Championship
Dates: April 27-30
Location: The Ledges
The HomeTown Lenders Championship is a professional golf tournament on the Korn Ferry Tour, taking place annually at The Ledges in Huntsville, Alabama. From a taste of Alabama Style Whiskey at Clyde May’s Whiskey Lounge, to great drinks and great views at the Tito’s Handmade Vodka on the Rocks to the Thompson Cat Fan Zone and the Buffalo Rock Kid Zone — there’s something for everyone!
4. Turnip & Joletta’s Family Game Night
Date: Saturday, April 29
Time: 5pm – 7pm
Location: Shenanigans Comedy Theater
Rated G: Come hang out with your crazy friends Turnip & Joletta to play games, win real prizes, and have a lot of laughs. This is a family friendly good time!
5. Robert Plant & Alison Krauss
Date: Sunday, April 30
Location: The Orion Amphitheater
Katelyn Henderson has lived in Huntsville for over 12 years and feels like it is her true home. She owns We Are Huntsville and loves supporting local business, sharing fun exciting news, and finding all the secret treasures that make Huntsville so special. You can always send her an email! firstname.lastname@example.org
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