Things To Do In Tuscaloosa

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Top of the Hops Beer Festival Stretching along the northern Gulf Coast, The Wharf Marina serves as the picturesque venue for the Top of the Hops Beer Festival, a celebration of the craft-beer industry. Abita Brewing Company, a Louisiana outfit known for its large variety of seasonal and flagship brews, joins local sponsors, including Maggie's Bottle & Tail and Alabama Gulf Seafood, in hailing the beloved concoctions made of barley, wheat, and hop leaves known for their ability to inspire Elizabethan conversational skills. The festival introduces patrons to tastes of more than 150 craft brews and offers a variety of beer-related seminars.

2710 Jack Warner Parkway Northeast
Tuscaloosa,
AL
US

When it comes to fun at Bowlmor Lanes, folks aren't locked into just bowling, though there's plenty of that. Glow-in-the-dark lanes and banquette seating beckon players to try their hand at bowling or chill out and order drinks and snacks from lane-side servers. But for the pin-weary, there are other forms of entertainment including billiards, air hockey, and ping pong for purchase. These myriad amenities make Bowlmor Lanes a destination for group get-togethers such as birthdays and "No-Kevins-Allowed" club meetings.

520 15th St.
Tuscaloosa,
AL
US

At NorthRidge Fitness we are passionate about exercise and wellness. We offer fitness for all ages, sizes and abilities. We invite you to experience for yourself our 35,000 sq foot facility that is available for you 7 days a week. Let's get started!

1825 Mcfarland Boulevard North
Tuscaloosa,
AL
US

Painting classes with Uptown Art - Uncorked allow artists of all ages and skill levels to spend a few hours expressing their creative impulses. Each session focuses on a designated theme, based on the style of a particular artist, such as Monet, or a particularly beautiful still-life subject, such as gerber daisies or a puddle of spilled tabasco sauce. For groups of aspiring Picassos or people with more than three hands, the studios also host painting parties to accommodate birthday celebrations, bachelorette soirees, work retreats, and sorority events.

2314 6th Street
Tuscaloosa,
AL
US

Pole N Play Fitness Studio awakens muscles that most guests didn't know they had with classes meant to engage their sensual sides. Creatively named pole-dancing series can move Level 1 Scarlett students up to the gravity-flouting inversions of Level 4 Sangria sessions, tightening core muscles along the way. The ladies-only studio also hosts Floor and Chair Play classes for a more empowering cardio workout than boxing against your boss for the new corner office. With small class sizes and private-party options, the experienced teachers dispense personalized tips throughout each sinuous routine. Women of every background and build are welcome.

1229 University Blvd
Tuscaloosa,
AL
US

Established as a humble community orchestra more than 30 years ago, the Tuscaloosa Symphony Orchestra has swelled in string, horn, and percussion stature on the shoulders of talented musicians led by their new, accomplished conductor, Adam Flatt. In their Valentine's pops concert, Paul Houghtaling and the university's Opera Theatre join Maestro Flatt, who will summon the most romantic notes from the violins' strings, the French horns' brass valves, and the whistling elves that live under the hardwood stage. The evening's program aims its quivered bow at a host of classical favorites from operatic and Broadway scores. The French Quarter of 19th-century Paris will douse listeners with sophisticated insouciance when pieces from Puccini's La Boheme spill their symphonic sounds. The tropics of Rodgers and Hammerstein's South Pacific will gently billow past ears before they hear music from Cole Porter's Kiss Me Kate.

600 Greensboro Ave
Tuscaloosa,
AL
US