Spring has sprung in Birmingham! The temperatures have warmed up and with the exit of winter, you and your family are excited for the opportunity to get outside and experience all the season has to offer. Check out these top five events happening soon in Birmingham.
2021 Regions Tradition
The Regions Tradition returns to Greystone Golf and Country Club in Hoover May 5- May 9. At this family-friendly event, you can expect to see professional golfers paired with celebrity players like Alabama Football Coach Nick Saban, BBQ legend and Pitmaster Rodney Scott and former Auburn center and current ESPN announcer Cole Cubelic. Get your tickets online and be a part of the fun and $19 million and counting donated to local charities.
Birmingham Barons Home Games
The Birmingham Barons return to Regions Field for their eighth season in 2021. They kick off the 2021 season with a home series against the Biloxi Shuckers on Tuesday, May 4. Also returning for the 2021 season are fan-favorite events like Dollar Hot Dog Night on Tuesdays and Thirsty Thursdays. Check out their full schedule for tickets and promo nights.
Birmingham Bulls Hockey
For those of you who miss the winter weather, catch the Birmingham Bulls ice hockey team in action at the Pelham Civic Center. A few home games remain in late April and early May. Catch the Bulls take on the Huntsville Havoc on April 30 or the Pensacola Ice Flyers on May 1. Check out their full schedule on their website.
Go Shopping at Pepper Place Market
The Pepper Place Outdoor Market is open and ready for you with fresh fruits, vegetables, breads and more! Every Saturday from 7 a.m.- 12 p.m., you can browse some of the best local farmers and artisans in the Pepper Place Entertainment District. Also back for 2021 is the popular curbside market. Complete your order online ahead of time for fast and easy curbside pickup.
Cullman Strawberry Festival
Only a short drive north of Birmingham is the state’s oldest Strawberry Festival. This local favorite event dates back more than 80 years and features a pageant, baking competitions, live music and more! This year’s festival will take place Saturday, May 1. Check out their website for a schedule of events and vendor information!
After you’ve spent a day celebrating spring in Birmingham, the last thing you want to come home to is a hot, stuffy home with no air conditioning. If you find yourself in one of these unfortunate situations, give the professionals at Service Tech HVAC a call. We’re here to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with emergency services.