We are Live on 20th folks! Have you been downtown and checked out our busker performances yet? If not, you’re seriously missing out! We have talent from all over The Magic City come out on Friday evenings from 4-6 p.m. and put on performances for the public to enjoy. Performances take place at the corner of 20th Street and 3rd Avenue North. Next time you’re heading home after a long day at the office or on your way to dinner, stop by and check it out! Let’s recap some of our awesome performers below!

Sherry Reeves - Flautist

Flautist, Sherry Reeves, was one of our very first performers and she brought the house down with her performance. She showed of her skills on the flute and everybody loved it! If you missed the live performance, no worries – you can still check her out on her social media channels!

Instagram: @ladyflute

Alie B Gorrie

Alie B Gorrie was our very first Live on 20th performer and she really set the scene for what was to come! Her tap dancing skills are next level and a treat for anybody who gets to see her in action. We’re pretty sure this won’t be the last time we see her around downtown Birmingham! Check her out on her socials.

Instagram: @aliebg

John Elrod

Who doesn’t love a good musical moment? If you were on 20th Street when John Elrod was performing, you were in for a treat! His talented vocals were a hit amongst the folks on 20th. Check him out on socials!

Instagram: @lamin8

Isaiah Watson Deloach

Isaiah is a talented saxophone player who was one of our recent Live on 20th performers. The soothing music he played was perfect for setting the mood downtown on a lovely Friday night! Whether you were out for a date night or just catching up with some friends, Isaiah’s saxophone skills were probably the highlight of your night. Check him out on socials!

Instagram: @isaiahwd40_flow

Arturito LaCruz

Arturito LaCruz was our most recent performer from Live on 20th and his talent was mesmerizing! His vocals were perfect for a beautiful Friday night in downtown Birmingham. Check him out on socials!

Instagram: @arturitolc

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