The City of Tuscaloosa Bicentennial Bash is coming to the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater on Saturday, March 30th!
This free event will have a come-and-go atmosphere and will be featuring all-star Alabama musicians like Jason Isbell, St. Paul & the Broken Bones, and the Commodores.
This is a one-day, family friendly concert allowing locals and visitors alike to enjoy the acts they like best and enjoy downtown Tuscaloosa as well. In addition to music acts on two stages at the Tuscaloosa Amp, the day-long celebration of Tuscaloosa’s 200th birthday includes a lively Kids Zone with rides, inflatables and hands-on activities for children of all ages.
Quick Tuscaloosa Facts:
Founded December 13, 1819, Tuscaloosa is named for Chief Tuskaloosa, the chieftain of a Muskogean-speaking people.
Tuscaloosa was Alabama’s capital from 1826 to 1846, and W.M. Nichols designed the Capitol building, where the inaugural session of the Alabama Legislature was convened in 1829.
The University of Alabama was established in 1831.
Known as the Druid City because of the stately water oaks planted in the 1840s along downtown street