7 Fall 2022 Events in Tuscaloosa

It’s no secret that fall is all about football in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. What isn’t quite as well known is that there are plenty of other great fall festivities in the area to get you in the autumn spirit. From family festivals to music shows and more, these fun fall events are a great way to spend your autumn season in Tuscaloosa style. Plus, they’re all just a short drive from your luxurious WestGate condo! 

Kentuck’s Saturday Art Markets

August 27, September 17, and November 5
Kentuck Art Center

Spend select fall Saturdays at Kentuck’s campus to enjoy a community-wide celebration of our local cultural scene. These free markets include fun kids activities, yummy on-site treats, studio tours, vendor booths and more. 

Black Warrior Brewing Company Open Mic Night 

August 1 – September 19, 2022
Black Warrior Brewing

Kick-off your fall season by tickling your funny bone at Black Warrior Brewing! Every Monday night from 8p.m. to midnight, enjoy live stand-up performances from anyone brave enough to take the stage (including yourself!).

Travis Tritt & Chris Janson

October 19, 2022
The Tuscaloosa Amphitheater

Head to the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater on Wednesday, October 19th to enjoy a spectacular show from the legendary Travis Tritt with guest-star Chris Janson. It’s all chart-topping hits when two of the biggest names in country music take the Tuscaloosa stage! Tickets can be purchased online. 

Tuscaloosa Toyota Classic

September 29 – October 2, 2022
Ol’ Colony Golf Complex

If golf is your game, visit this inaugural tournament to see over 120 professional women’s golfers in action. The 54-hole tournament is free to the public and will run from Thursday, September 29th to Sunday, October 2nd. You can also buy tickets to attend cool events like youth skills clinics and parties to meet the players.

The Kentuck Festival of the Arts

October 15-16, 2022
Kentuck Park

The 51st annual Kentuck Festival of the Arts promises two full days of artistic celebration as visitors enjoy live performances, craft demonstrations, family activities, food and craft beer vendors, and other folk art festivities. Weekend passes are $15 and kids under 12 are free. 

Moundville Native American Festival

October 12-15, 2022
Moundville Archeological Park

This annual heritage festival is a four-day celebration of the rich Native American culture. The event features Native American performers, demonstrators, craftsmen, and Living History teachers from around the nation. Visitors can enjoy live demonstrations, purchase authentic Native American crafts, sample traditional cuisine and enjoy family activities. Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for students. 

Chicago in Concert

October 21, 2022
The Tuscaloosa Amphitheater

Enjoy rockin’ and rollin’ at this exciting concert by American rock band Chicago. With more than 20 top-ten singles and five consecutive number-one albums under their belt, it’s sure to be a memorable night of music!

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