Celebrate the Druid City’s milestone 200th anniversary when you attend the Tuscaloosa Bicentennial Bash at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater on March 30. This exciting, fun-filled event promises a day of music, fun, and festivities – all for free.
Live music kicks off at 1 p.m. the day of the Bash, and visitors will love the energetic, eclectic lineup that anchors the event. Performers take two stages and include:
- Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit – A Southern rock / alt-country band from Muscle Shoals. Front man Jason Isbell is a former member of the Drive-By Truckers.
- St. Paul & The Broken Bones – A Birmingham-based soul band known for their engaging performances, thoughtful lyrics, and amazing instrumentalists.
- The Commodores – The legendary Motown / R&B / funk group is still thrilling audiences with their greatest hits.
- Moon Taxi – This five-piece band from Nashville blends rock and pop sounds in their indie-alt rock tunes.
- Blind Boys of Alabama – A multiple Grammy Award winning gospel group with spellbinding music and a history spanning seven decades.
The Bicentennial Bash may have music at its heart, but there are other family-friendly activities to enjoy, as well. In the Kids Zone, children of all ages can enjoy rides, inflatables, and hands-on activities.
After the concerts, stick around for a dazzling fireworks show worthy of a milestone 200 years in the making.
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