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got plans 2.0 | 3.20-3.22

03.20.2009 by André Natta · → 1 Comment

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If you hadn’t noticed, we’re riding high here at The Terminal about our future workspace. I’d like to hear you guys mirror that excitement by getting pumped about what’s going on in town this weekend. Check out these noteworthy events and don’t be shy about letting the rest of us know what you plan on doing.

If you haven’t heard about Opera Birmingham’s presentation of Verdi’s La Traviata you’ve officially been living in a hole. This highly publicized performance, starring Alabama native Susanna Phillips, in her very first Violetta, and the Alabama Symphony Orchestra” happens tonight and Sunday. This evening the performance begins at 7:30 and Sunday’s matinee begins at 2:30. The tickets range from $15-78 depending on your preference, but I’m sure it will sound beautiful from any seat in the Alabama Theater.

Saturday evening the Alys Stephens Center will be presenting the amazing Spanish Harlem Orchestra. This show starts at 8 but if you’re up for some salsa dancing you can enjoy a free lesson before the show. Students shouldn’t miss this one, because it’s definitely a deal at $20, as for the rest of you don’t let the sorry economy keep you from enjoying an awesome show. Non-student prices range from $25-45.

Considering the weather we’ve been having I wouldn’t want you to miss the IndyCar Open Test Sessions going on Saturday thru Monday at Barber Motorsports Park. If you’ve never been to Barber’s this should be an awesome introduction. These are all day events with ticket available online for $10 dollars a day or $25 for the three days or you can get them at the gate for $15 a day or $35 for the event.

Birmingham loves their local bands, so if you can make it there is going to be some awesome sounds coming from O kafes! tonight and tomorrow. The Hearts start at 9 tonight. Then tomorrow if you’re in the mood for some folk rock Black Buffalo starts at 9 with a $3 cover.

The Bottletree has become a favorite Birmingham venue for many of you, as it should considering the awesome variety of bands taking their stage every weekend. Tonight DJ Night with Houseblend starts at 9 p.m. with a $5 cover. Then on Saturday everyone’s invited, because it’s an all ages show! The Human Highway, The Magic, and Cotton Jones start at 7:30 with a $10 cover.

 

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david
david

Don't forget the Gomez show at Workplay on Saturday evening.