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Enjoy Live Entertainment at Popular Alabama Theaters

Make fun vacation memories with a visit to Alabama theaters. Whether you attend a play or a concert, you’re in for an enjoyable evening of entertainment. Located in the Albany/Old Decatur Historic District, the Princess Theatre is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Once a silent film and vaudeville playhouse, it has hosted legendary performers including Gene Autrey, Ray Charles, and Arlo Guthrie. Today the theater presents a variety of events including films, concerts, lectures, and plays.

The Tuscaloosa Amphitheater is the largest outdoor theater in Western Alabama. Located on 15 acres near the banks of the Black Warrior River, the theater seats 7,470. Past performers have included Alan Jackson, Miranda Lambert, Dave Matthews, and Chris Stapleton. Oak Mountain Amphitheater in Pelham is the largest outdoor music venue in the state and a short drive from Birmingham. Enjoy concerts from artists like the Zac Brown Band, Jason Aldean, and John Mayer.

Tuscaloosa Amphitheater

Seating up to 7,470 guests, the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater is located in central Alabama in the city of Tuscaloosa. Western Alabama’s largest outdoor amphitheater, the venue was completed in 2011, and is the primary location for large concerts in Tuscaloosa.

Owned by the City of Tuscaloosa, and operated by Red Mountain Entertainment, the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater neighbors the Black Warrior River and the Tuscaloosa Riverwalk – and is just a few minutes from the University of Alabama.

Historic Roxy Theatre

There are many ways to enjoy your next visit to Alabama. From the long list of exceptional family-first attractions, can't-miss Civil War sites, and all the races held at Talladega, the Heart of Dixie is a hidden gem of the south. Plan your next visit and head north – the city of Russellville yields top-notch performances at their Historic Roxy Theatre.

You can find Russellville's Historic Roxy Theatre in downtown along North Jackson Avenue and Lauderdale Street North East. It's just across the street from the Russellville First Baptist Church. Opened in September of 1949, the Roxy Theatre in Russellville has hosted some of the biggest and most iconic names in the world of music and performing arts. Check the schedule and be sure to catch a show.