Tuscaloosa fills up July with multiple events

Tuscaloosa fills up July with multiple events
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Summer 2 is in full swing and Tuscaloosa is offering up plenty of activities to help pass the time until football season starts, so grab your friends and check out how the locals spend their free time.

  1. Live at the Plaza, every Friday:

Live at the Plaza is an event on Friday nights held at the Government Plaza, located in downtown Tuscaloosa, from 6 to 9 p.m. Each Friday one or two different bands take the stage and local food trucks line the perimeter. Patrons typically bring a blanket or lawn chair to settle across the park. Stay up to date by following their Facebook page, 2018 Live at the Plaza, for details.

2. Screen on the Green, every Saturday:

Midtown Village features different movies in its center green space on Saturday nights. Upcoming films include “Peter Rabbit” and “The Greatest Showman”. The event begins screening at 8 p.m., and a full list movies is found on the Facebook page Screen on the Green.

3.Jason Aldean, Luke Combs and Lauren Alaina, July 25:

The Tuscaloosa Amphitheater features the talent of these three country musicians next Wednesday. The concert starts at 7 p.m. and tickets are purchased through http://www.tuscaloosaamphitheater.com

4.MothFest, July 28:

Hosted by The University of Alabama Museums and Alabama Museum of Natural History, MothFest showcases the diversity of moths that live in the surrounding area. Local Roots, La Mexicana and Grampy’s food trucks will be on site. The presentation is located at 1901 Jack Warner Parkway and the event will run from 7-11 p.m.

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