B-There! Dia de los Muertos | Wine Auction | Moss Rock Festival





10/30/13 – 11/5/13  


Happy Halloween from B-Metro!


Get your “boo” on in Birmingham with several fun Halloween celebrations! Once all the candy is passed out, don’t miss some of the city’s major fall events, including the annual Day of the Dead Festival, the Moss Rock Festival, and the TumTum Tree Foundation Wine Auction Weekend.   
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Food Truck Pop-Up

October 30 from 11 AM – 2:00 PM
1st Ave N (next to Woodrow Hall)

Who doesn’t love the diverse food trucks in our city? Next week, REVIVE Birmingham is taking over a vacant lot in the historic Woodlawn neighborhood and giving it to the Food Truck Fleet. REVIVE invites young and old to come and spend their lunch break at this pop-up foodie park.


Halloween Flicks: Screening of Psycho

October 30 at 7:00 PM
Alabama Theatre

From the creepy and crawly to just plain comical, the best place to view Halloween films is at the Alabama Theatre. This week, spend your Halloween’s eve viewing the classic,
spine-tingling Hitchcock thriller Psycho.
Don’t be scared…more info here!

Country Roses: The Musical
October 30 – November 2
Matthew’s  Bar & Grill M-Lounge

In this Birmingham-bred comedy, a world-famous country music producer’s funeral becomes the perfect place for family and friends to tear each other down in fine Southern fashion. The show features original songs and a different ending every performance! For mature audiences. 

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Trunk or Treat Halloween Party
October 31 from 7 – 11:00 PM
Avondale Brewing Co.

This annual fundraiser invites you to don your best Halloween costume and have a hauntingly good time for a great cause. Take part in the costume contest, dance to live 80’s music by The Schmohawks and DJ Professor Beatz, and enjoy fare from local food trucks. The event benefits the restoration of both the Alabama Theatre and the Lyric Theatre.

Purchase advance tickets here!

Birmingham Ghost Walks

October 31 at 9 & 11:00 PM

Birmingham is full of the the quick and the dead; come hear their stories on a lantern-lit tour through the city. From hotels and brothels, to libraries and theatres, to cemeteries and Sloss Furnaces, you’ll see the best of historic downtown Birmingham. The tour lasts around two hours and is rated PG-13 for darker themes.  

BSC’s Organ Spooktacular

October 31 at 9:00 PM
Hill Recital Hall @ Birmingham-Southern College

Get ready to hear some boo-tiful music at this much-anticipated event. This annual Hilltop tradition of “organists behaving badly” includes music professors, students, and alumni performing Halloween musical favorites. Guests are invited to come in costume and partake in the “Pumpkin Carols” sing-a-long at this all-ages event.

Boo at the Zoo 

Now through October 31
Birmingham Zoo
“Boo at the Zoo” presented by Wells Fargo invites guests to wear their favorite family-friendly costume and watch as the zoo transforms into a destination of spooky attractions, trick-or-treating, themed rides and games. This year, your favorite Marvel superheroes are flying in to meet guests! “Boo at the Zoo” opens at 5 PM on participating nights.

TumTum Tree Foundation

Wine Auction Weekend

November 1 – 2
Birmingham Country Club

This 24th annual event starts on Friday with a wine tasting of more than 250 wines and a silent auction followed by the private winemakers dinner. On Saturday, guests are invited to attend the black-tie optional live auction. This year’s honorary chairsperson is Alan Viader of VIADER Vineyards & Winery, and the event benefits several local charities that support Alabama’s children.

Purchase tickets for each event here 


James Farmer Book Signing
November 1 from 11 AM – 2:00 PM
Gus Mayer

Gus Mayer is hosting a special book signing with author, gardener, floral and interior designer James Farmer. A Georgia native, James’ love of Southern food and culture has put a definition behind the ‘garden-to-table’ lifestyle. James will be at the store signing his best-selling books: A Time to Plant, Sip & Savor, Porch Living, Wreaths for all Seasons and A Time to Cook. 

Raise the Roof for Rett
November 1 from 6 – 10:00 PM
LINC Point

This second annual event presented by the SUKI Foundation supports fund research and therapy programs for Rett syndrome patients at Children’s of Alabama. The event will feature live music, dinner and dessert, complimentary drinks and a silent auction. 100% of proceeds will benefit the SUKI Foundation.

First Friday: Helena Gives Back
November 1 from 6 – 9:00 PM
Old Town Helena

This family-friendly event held on the first Friday of every month boasts a different theme each time. This month’s theme, “Helena Gives Back,” features numerous non-profits that encourage the community to volunteer and give back. Fun activities like face painting, inflatable houses, music, games, and local shops provide fun for everyone while supporting the town’s small businesses.
Check it out here!

Harold&MOD Bomb Shelter Fashion Show
November 1 at 7:00 PM
Woodrow Hall

Find shelter with Harold&MOD as they present their Holiday 2013 collection with a fashion show and video premiere! It’s never too soon to plan your look for New Year’s Eve and all of the holiday cocktail parties that are right around the corner. Harold&MOD will help you go out with a BANG this year!

Get tickets for the explosive show here! 


Aladdin Junior
November 1 – 3
Red Mountain Theatre Co.

All of your favorite characters are here in Disney’s Aladdin Junior, a stage adaptation of the hit animated film. Filled with magic, mayhem, and flying carpet rides, your spirit will soar with excitement.  Favorite songs including “A Whole New World” and “Friend Like Me” will certainly make this musical a favorite for all ages! This production is part of RMTC’s Youth Series and is performed by students ages 7-12.

Take a magic carpet ride here… 


Crazy Sista Beach Party

November 1 – 3  
LuLu’s in Gulf Shores, AL 

Up for an out-of-town weekend of food, fun, and music for all the crazy sistas and the men who love them? Head to Gulf Shores for live music performances by acts including Marcia Ball, Tedeschi Trucks Band, and the Joyful Spirit of New Orleans Choir. The Crazy Sista Beach Party is the inaugural fundraiser LuLu’s founder Lucy Buffett and her restaurant group to support women’s empowerment organizations.

Get a little crazy here… 


Pepper Place Fall Market

Nov. 2 from 7:00 AM – Noon


There’s no better place to be on a fall Saturday morning than Pepper Place Market. Come experience the best offerings from local farmers and artisans every Saturday–rain or shine.


Zombie Walk
November 2 at 3:00 PM
Oak Hill Cemetery

Dig up your friends and don’t be caught missing out on the second annual zombie fun walk through the cemetery! Arrive at 2 PM to get a hand from zombie make-up artists before the “feeding” at 3 PM. This event is family-friendly and fun for all ages, plus, all proceeds will go to the restoration fund for the Oak Hill Memorial Association.
Creep on over for tickets…


Dia de los Muertos
Birmingham’s Day of the Dead Celebration

November 2 from 4 – 11:00 PM
2115 1st Avenue South

Day of the Dead is a vibrant, joyful commemoration of lost loved ones that originated in Mexico centuries ago. Birmingham is celebrating for the 11th year in a row, and this year it will pay special tribute to the Civil Rights martyrs as we celebrate 50 Years Forward. Traditional remembrance altars, a procession, music, dancing and family-oriented activities will bring to life the streets of downtown Birmingham.  
The celebration starts here! 


Dia de los Muertos After-Party
November 2 from 10 PM – 2:00 AM
Cantina Tortilla Grill

After the Day of the Dead festivities wrap up, the party keeps going in Pepper Place–head to Cantina Tortilla Grill to celebrate life! There will be drink specials and live music by DJ COCO.

Shout Bamalama! Soul Dance After-Party
November 2 at 9:00 PM
Bottletree Cafe

Come shake your body and soul for the Dia de Los Muertos edition of Shout Bamalama!, an evening of soul/R&B/garage/funk/rock ‘n roll, featuring old school favorites and delectable rare grooves on vinyl records. Featuring The Lost Child, Bryant Saxon, and DJ Jezebelle.

Moss Rock Festival
November 2 – 3
The Preserve in Hoover

The first weekend in November will be a regional focus for art, design & environmental lovers everywhere as this 8th annual one-of-a-kind outdoor fall festival kicks off. Head out to The Preserve and enjoy nature-inspired art by 100+ artists, craft beer tastings, kids’ activities, eco-living ideas, food trucks and more.  

Info. on artists & attractions here! 


Out of the Darkness Walk
November 3 at 2:30 PM
Heardmont Park

This fundraising walk benefits the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention by helping to support local and national suicide prevention and awareness programs. The Birmingham walk is one of some 275 “Out of the Darkness” walks to happen this year across the globe. The walk is free, and pets, strollers, and wheelchairs are all accommodated.

Learn more and donate here 


Dancing with the Silver Stars
November 4 at 6:00 PM
The Club

This year marks the 4th season of Birmingham’s most popular event designed to highlight and raise funds for healthy aging research. Following a reception, local civic leaders paired with professional dancers will perform high-energy routines for guests. The event benefits the UAB Comprehensive Center for Healthy Aging.
See who’s dancing and get your tickets here!

B-Metro: October 2013

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Our October issue is the most stylish magazine of the year. From our three fashion spreads to style-centered features, this issue epitomizes Birmingham chic. Plus, take a bite out of our annual Metro Menu, which is included in each October magazine.
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3 Responses to “B-There! Dia de los Muertos | Wine Auction | Moss Rock Festival”

  1. Great resource you have here. I’m excited to the zombie walk event, I’m a big fan of zombies. By chance I saw your post on the web I’m glad I click it. I’ll make sure to make an appointment this week

  2. It was a close call last time but still by chance I made it for the last reservation. I bookmark the page just in case I needed updates of events in Birmingham, my wife used to grow up there so ever since we always bring our kids to her hometown and set it into any events. I hope you keep posting new events and schedule, I’m looking forward to more. Thank you!

  3. I’m a follower of bThere! the events you listed last year was superb! I’m looking forward to more of your upcoming events, especially for this coming summer season.

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