It’s October and our calendar is SO jam-packed that we had a hard time picking just a few events to highlight. Please visit our calendar to see what else is happening this month.
October 10 – 15
MOTOWN THE MUSICAL is Broadway’s record-breaking smash hit that tells the true story behind the beat that changed minds, touched lives, and took the world by storm. Tickets start at $45.
October 13 – 15
Your favorite, award-winning cartoon series leaps from the screen to the stage in this toe-tapping musical adaptation. Tickets $15.
October 13 – 15 & 19-21
Based on Mel Brook’s film of the same name, Young Frankenstein is a hilarious and bawdy musical. Tickets are $20 – $30.
Food truck breakfast at A.M. Booth’s Lumberyard.
Join Huntsville residents Mike and Cathy Self on a tour through Huntsville’s Old Town district of Victorian homes.
Over 70 characters ‘come alive’ as you visit their gravesites and hear their stories. One of Huntsville’s favorite events.
7. Pop Up Parks
October 19 – 29
Parking spaces in Downtown Huntsville become unique, one-of-a-kind parks during Pop Up Parks.
50+ local food and beverage providers for the best night Huntsville Eats anywhere! Theme is “Tailgate with a Taste”! Tickets start at $30.
Lamont Landers, Ricky J Taylor, and Wanda Wesolowski will be hosted by Alan Little for a not-to-be-missed listening room performance Tickets $20.
10. Pro Bono Brews
Benefiting the Madison County Volunteer Lawyers Program and Free the Hops, Pro Bono Brews is a casual event showcasing premier craft beers from over fifteen Alabama breweries.
Music Director and Conductor Gregory Vajda with guest artists the Huntsville Community Chorus. Tickets start at $15.
October 20 – 22
The world premiere of Phantom of the Opera – The Ballet, choreographed by Huntsville Ballet Company’s Artistic Director, Phillip Otto. Tickets start at $20.
Proceeds from this year’s run will be used to purchase a second 3D tomosynthesis mammography machine.
The Huntsville Chamber Music Guild Celebrity Concert Series brings this legendary choir to town. Tickets start at $15.
“Howl at the Moondust” is a live radio show inspired by the 1938 radio broadcast of H.G. Wells’ “War of the Worlds.”
4th Annual LIT (Light + Innovation + Technology) in Downtown Huntsville with light-inspired activities, games, and food trucks.
17. Above and Beyond
“Above and Beyond” challenges guests to learn about the new ways airplanes and spacecraft are designed and built with methods like 3D printing, creative wing shapes and lighter materials.
18. Hunt + Gather
Hunt+Gather (H+G) is a brand new annual juried & curated artisan & makers market, featuring artisans, makers, creators, & innovators from North Alabama & the Tennessee Valley!
Folklife festival will showcase craftspeople, artists and presenters who will share their knowledge about the traditions, skills, handicrafts and arts of our region during the 1800s and early 1900s.
AND for all of your Halloween plans…