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CRAWFISH MUSIC FESTIVAL- Wed-Sat, Mississippi Coast Coliseum, Biloxi

Each night of the Festival promises fun, excitement, and a little something new! Whether it’s the headline entertainment, hot boiled crawfish, or exciting mid-way rides. Lineup includes Riley Green, Hardy, Jon Langston, Niko Moon, Frank Foster, Blackberry Smoke, Cole Jones, The Chitlins, The Tall Boys and moreCLICK HERE

THE MAGIC OF BILL BLAGG LIVE!- Fri 7:30pm, Pensacola Saenger Theatre; Sat 7:30pm, Mobile Saenger Theatre

Blagg’s show combines his mind-blowing magical talents along with his trademark off-the-cuff personality to take you on a magical journey you’ll never forget! You’ll witness objects float in mid-air, vanish in the blink of an eye and so much more! 

MOVIE & FIREWORKS NIGHT-- THE CROODS: A NEW AGE- Fri 7pm, Pensacola Blue Wahoos Stadium

Tickets are $5 per person and include both the film and a post-movie fireworks show! Guests will have the opportunity to sit on the field at Blue Wahoos Stadium or in the stands to watch the movie on the stadium’s videoboard. Guests are encouraged to bring a blanket for their group to sit onCLICK HERE 


Mobile Parks & Recreation is back with another Movie In The Park! Circles will be laid out so families can enjoy the film while social distancing. The movie will begin promptly at dusk. Don’t forget to bring a chair or blanket and refreshments! CLICK HERE   

LEGENDS IN CONCERT: CELEBRATE VEGAS - Wed-Sat 7pm, Sun 3pm, through May 30; OWA Theater, OWA, Foley

Celebrate Vegas will feature four artists that have had the greatest impact on the entertainment capital of the world over the last 60 years. The line-up will include tributes to the stars of the original residencies in Las Vegas, the Chairman of the Board, Frank Sinatra and the King of Rock ‘n Roll, Elvis Presley, as well as the Goddess of Pop, Cher, and Lady Gaga, the hottest ticket on the strip in recent years. CLICK HERE  


"Forever Johnny Cash" is an electrifying, toe-tapping trip down memory lane with all of Johnny's timeless hits. CLICK HERE

BANDS ON THE BLACKWATER: THE BAY BRIDGE BAND- Fri 7pm-9pm, Jernigan’s Landing, Milton

The Spring Series offers a variety of music from local favorites to national touring bands. Bluegrass, country, blues and rock and roll will be performed on the stage in Downtown Milton. Blankets, chairs, and coolers are welcome. No glass containers are allowed. Dancing is highly encouraged!CLICK HERE   

MUSIC AT MEYER PARK: RED AND THE REVELERS- Thursday 6pm, Meyer Park, Gulf Shores

All Music at Meyer Park concerts are free and open to the public. In the event of rain, the back-up location will be at the Big Beach Brewery. CLICK HERE   

PSO IN THE PARK- Sun 3pm, Museum Plaza, downtown Pensacola

Pack a lawn chair or a blanket, for a free outdoor performance at Museum Plaza in Downtown Pensacola! This event will feature a small ensemble of Pensacola Symphony Orchestra musicians and will be a wonderful way to experience live music in an outdoor setting. CLICK HERE

LIVING HISTORY DAY AT COLONIAL FORT CONDE- Sat 10am-3pm, Fort Conde, downtown Mobile

Visitors will have the opportunity see and interact with demonstrators and re-enactors as they teach about daily life in the 18th century.

Admission to this event is FREE. CLICK HERE

LIVING HISTORY CREW DRILL- Sat 8:30am-3pm, USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park

See what life was like during wartime aboard the USS ALABAMA and USS DRUM. Learn about the men who fought on these Naval vessels. Be on deck at 1:00 p.m. for the call to battle stations and watch vintage airplanes attack the USS ALABAMA. The crew will defend her with guns blazing! ALSO, the crewmen of the USS ALABAMA return to the park for their yearly reunion. Come meet real life heroes! These men will be on deck for the historical reenactment at 1:00 p.m. 1940s music, activities and events throughout the day. CLICK HERE

24th Annual MULLET MAN TRIATHLON- Sat 7am, Flora-Bama Lounge, Perdido Key

There’s a ¼ mile swim… 16.5 mile bike ride… and 3.9 mile run, to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, M. Lane Gilchrist Memorial. CLICK HERE   

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