Come experience live music, great food and your favorite drinks at Uptown Live, an outdoor concert on Thursday, August 17 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Uptown Entertainment District at the BJCC.
The concert, which is presented in partnership with Summit Media, is FREE! So stop by after work and bring the family to hear up-and-coming country music singer Tyler Dial, who will be in town from Austin, Texas, for the show.
Grab dinner and a drink from one of the eight restaurants at Uptown, including Your Pie, The Southern Kitchen & Bar, Mugshots, Todd English P.U.B-Birmingham, Eugene’s Hot Chicken, Octane Birmingham and Cantina Laredo.
Bring folding chairs, relax and enjoy the tunes or watch from Uptown’s rooftop. No outside alcohol or coolers please!
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