B-There! | Breakin’ Bread | Crestline Rocks! | Farm & Field

The Magazine of Metro Birmingham Living
September 23 through 30, 2015

This week, sample delicious food and wine at several local festivals, catch a show at the Alys Stephens Center or Iron City, raise money for worthy causes such as the Birmingham Aids Outreach and Children’s of Alabama, and much more. Looking forward to seeing you out and about, Birmingham. 
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The new Erwin Brothers production tells the true story of the 1970s football team that changed Birmingham. Read more here

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Indigo Girls

Alys Robinson Stephens Performing Art Center

Don’t miss an opportunity to take a walk down memory lane as this duo treats you to old favorites like “Closer to Fine” and “Galileo,” and introduces you to new classics from their June release, “One Lost Day.” Show starts at 7 p.m.


Sunset Pure Barre in the Gardens

Birmingham Botanical Gardens

Join Lindsay Lancaster and the Pure Barre Birmingham team for a free barre class outside presented by the Junior Board. All levels are welcome. Bring your own yoga mat.


TrimTab Patio Takeover

Galley & Garden

Join Chef James Boyce at 5:30 p.m. on the patio for a night of eats and good cheer. Guests will enjoy live entertainment, hors d’oeuvres, and a variety of tastings of TrimTab Brewing’s seasonal brews, including a limited volume release beer aged in an oak barrel from Four Roses Distillery.


Jazz with Civitas

September 24
English Village

Starting at 5 p.m., enjoy a jazz trio, wine tastings, food samplings, trunk shows, and more. A portion of participating local merchants’ sales support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama.


Porsche E-Hybrid Launch & Open House

September 24
Tom Williams Porsche

Enjoy door prizes, live entertainment, and complimentary spirits and hors d’oeuvres. A
 tour of the one-of-a-kind Porsche Experience Center in Atlanta will be auctioned off. Proceeds benefit the Central Alabama Hydrocephalus Association. The B-Metro blog team will be on-site posting live updates on social media. 


Cheers to the Coosa: Farm & Field

September 24
Good People Brewing Co.

Come enjoy an 
evening of great food and good people 
to celebrate the Coosa River. Sample locally-sourced dishes, hand-crafted desserts, and a selection of ales from the Heart of Dixie. Event starts at 6:30 p.m.

Birmingham does Broadway

September 25
Samford University’s Wright Center

Watch as Kristi Tingle Higginbotham, Jan Hunter, Lonnie Parsons, and Carl Dean perform showstopping numbers of all your favorites. Show starts at 8 p.m.


Western Wine & Food Festival

September 25
The Birmingham Zoo

Come support the Emmet O’Neal Library. Western’s wine vendors and suppliers will be pouring over 600 wines with every variety and price range represented. In addition, Western’s wine staff will be on hand to assist and answer any questions. Event starts at 6 p.m.


Whistle Stop Festival

September 26
Historic Downtown Irondale

The Whistle Stop Festival brings in a wide variety of art and food vendors from around the region. Enjoy live music while you shop and fireworks on Saturday night.


Crestline Rocks! 

September 26
Crestline Village

The 3rd annual
 music festival benefitting PreSchool Partners returns with a 
new format featuring six bands that are voted into the lineup through a donation process online. The event will be on the grassy lawn across from the Emmet O’Neal Library from 4-10 p.m.


Breakin’ Bread

September 27
Sloss Furnaces

Alabama’s premier food festival returns for its 13th year to showcase the best of Birmingham’s culinary talents. This year’s event features food sampling, craft beer and wine, a kids zone, and a live cooking competition hosted by Morgan Murphy. Event is from 1-5 p.m.


7th annual Tapping out Children Cancer Gala

September 27
Alabama Theatre

Dancers Fighting Cancer was founded in 2009 by cancer survivor and dancer Alex Swader. All donated funds directly support research being done at The Alabama Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children’s of Alabama.


24th annual Magic City AIDS Walk

September 27
Railroad Park

Come participate in this free community event that is pet-friendly and 
serves as a time to honor those who have lost the battle to HIV / AIDS. Entertainment and activities will be followed by a 5K run and 1 mile walk. Event begins at 3:30 p.m.



September 29
Iron City

Dawes is an American folk-rock band from Los Angeles, California. They recently released their fourth album, “All Your Favorite Bands,” on their own HUB Records. Show starts at 8 p.m.


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