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Work Play

500 23rd Street South , Birmingham, Alabama United States

205-879-4773

Inspired By The Simple Formula Of Work + Play, The Hunter Brothers, Including Original MTV VJ Alan Hunter And Photographer Hugh Hunter, Dedicated Time, Resources And Money To Create The Premiere Entertainment Complex In The Southeast. Countless Building Names Were Considered The Trout Farm, The Really, Really Creative Factory, Entertainment [more]

BJCC Arena

1001 19th Street N, Birmingham, Alabama United States

(205) 458-8400

BJCC Arena In the heart of thriving, fun-filled Birmingham is the Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex. Here you will find everything you need for whatever your event requires: an array of top-notch facilities, 770 adjoining guest rooms, a helpful event staff and a host of specialized services. 220,000 square feet of exhibit space is [more]

BJCC Concert Hall

2100 Richard Arrington Boulevard, Birmingham, Alabama United States

(205) 458-8400

BJCC Concert Hall In the heart of thriving, fun-filled Birmingham is the Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex. Here you will find everything you need for whatever your event requires: an array of top-notch facilities, 770 adjoining guest rooms, a helpful event staff and a host of specialized services. 220,000 square feet of exhibit [more]

Boutwell Auditorium

1930 8th Avenue North, Birmingham, Alabama United States

205-254-2820

Boutwell Auditorium The Historical Boutwell Municipal Auditorium is surrounded by the eclectic mixture of the downtown Birmingham Business District, with the excitement of other adjacent entertainment venues, and a total air of arts, culture and diverse ethnicity. The Exhibition Hall overlooks the fountain and greenway of Linn Park. Our entrance [more]

Legion Field Stadium

400 Graymont Avenue West , Birmingham, Alabama United States

205-254-2391

Legion Field Stadium In 1926, construction began on an unpretentious facility that would seat 21,000 spectators. The stadium consisted of the west stands, a press box, and a small seating area on the east side. In 1927, as a means of honoring and providing a memorial to the American Legion and those who gave service and their life to this [more]

Louis Crews Stadium

4200 Memorial Pkwy NW, Huntsville, Alabama United States

(256) 372-5153

Louis Crews Stadium Louis Crews Stadium is a 21,000-seat multi-purpose stadium in Huntsville, Alabama. It opened in 1996 and is home to the Alabama A&M University Bulldogs football team. Built in 1996 at a price of $10 Million, Louis Crews Stadium has a current capacity of 21,000, and is the sixth largest stadium in Alabama. The [more]

Von Braun Center Arena

700 Monroe Street SW, Huntsville, Alabama United States

256.533.1953

Von Braun Center Arena The Arena is equipped to accommodate major concerts, family shows and circuses, as well as a full range of indoor sporting events, including basketball, ice hockey, football, soccer, rodeos, and more. [more]

Alabama Theatre

1817 Third Avenue North, Birmingham, Alabama United States

(205) 251-0418

Alabama Theatre The Alabama Theatre was built in 1927 by Paramount Studios as an Alabama showcase for Paramount films. It was used primarily as a movie palace for 55 years, with the exception of the annual Miss Alabama pagent and the weekly Mickey Mouse Club. In 1987, the owners of the facility declared bankruptcy and the theatre was purchased [more]