Free Outdoor Event LOCAL 2019

Once again, the Center is proud to present the sixth-annual LOCAL – a celebration of everything Alabama. Shop some of Alabama’s favorite eclectic artists and vendors while enjoying the live performances. Birmingham’s favorite local food trucks will be on-site when it is time for a bite to eat. KIDS ZONE, the children’s activity area presented by ArtPlay, will welcome kids and families with face painters, balloon artists and caricatures. Kick off the summer season and be the Alys Stephens Center’s guests for this family-friendly event, perfect for everyone who loves to call Alabama home.

Food trucks will include City BowlsEugene’s Hot Chicken,
Pazzo Big Slice PizzaThe Heavenly Donut Co. and more to come.

Vendors will include Angie & a GingerArtwork By KaitlinBB’s Bread, B.Miller Art and Design, Cityfolk Creative, Earth CreationsEastaboga Bee Co.Ecam And Co.,
Ivory LeShore’s Gourmet Bread Pudding & Cheesecakes, K.Paige ArtLindsay Brook DesignsLiv Sweet BakeryLula WoodworksNaughty But Nice Kettle CornNight Owl Paper Goods,
Piper & Leaf Artisan Tea Co.Prodigal Pottery and more to come.

Entertainment Schedule
6pm – Evan Pezant 
7pm – Ingrid Marie
8pm – Act Of Congress

For more information regarding vendors, please email or marketing-related questions,


Act of Congress | Live at The Dugger Mountain Music Hall

Ingrid Marie | Hand Me Down

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