Montgomery Announces Fall News and Events

MONTGOMERY, Ala., October 15, 2018 – Montgomery is moving full speed ahead into the fall season with new openings and a variety of cultural events. Known for its Southern hospitality and its revitalized downtown, this riverfront capital city was the birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement and has established itself as a landmark Deep South destination. With a burgeoning arts scene centered around the Blount Cultural Park and an array of attractions in its historic downtown and Old Cloverdale neighborhoods, Montgomery welcomes visitors and locals alike to enjoy some of its newest developments.

“This time of year is perfect for visitors to spend time in our destination with cooler temperatures and a host of fun events,” shares Vice President of Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce Dawn Hathcock. “We know that many people come to Montgomery to experience our incredible Civil Rights history and visit the new Equal Justice Memorial and Legacy Museum, but there is so much more to see and do. Our new sculpture garden is truly a gamechanger for the local arts scene and the Alabama Shakespeare Festival’s new season is shaping up to be the best yet.”

Below is an overview of fall news and events around Montgomery:

  • The Alabama Shakespeare Festival fall repertory season is underway with Every Brilliant Thing playing through October 21. The largest regional theatre in the Deep South, Alabama Shakespeare Fest recently announced their 2018 – 2019 season with 14 works ranging from Shakespeare to musicals to contemporary productions about the Southern experience. For more information and for tickets, go to http://asf.net/
  • Earlier this year, The F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Museum opened an AirbnB on its property where lovers of literature and the jazz age can stay overnight and enjoy modern amenities while enjoying this historic residence. The museum has recently announced an expansion of the AirbnB experience with an additional suite. Now guests can stay in the “Zelda Suite” or the “Scott Suite.” For more information, go to http://www.thefitzgeraldmuseum.org/airbnb.html
  • The recently opened John and Joyce Caddell Sculpture Garden at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts will be showing its first installation: Art in the Garden, on view through spring 2020. Transformed by season, time of day and weather, the sculpture garden is located on three acres in the Blount Cultural Park. For more information, go to https://mmfa.org/art/sculpture-garden/
  • From October 19 to 21st the Alabama Shakespeare Festival will host the Southern Writers Festival. This lively three-day event features premiere theatrical readings, stimulating conversations and delicious foods. During the festival, playwrights will develop and polish their stories by working with actors directors, dramaturgs and the audience. For more information and a full schedule of events, go to http://asf.net/southernwritersfestival/

· The annual Riverwalk Wine Festival will take place on October 20. Over 100 wineries offer tastings, making the most of Montgomery’s beautiful riverfront park on an early fall afternoon. The event is made complete with live music, food vendors, and discounts on on-site wine purchases. For more information, go to http://visitingmontgomery.com/calendar/event/riverwalk-wine-festival

· The Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts will host the show Lino Tagliapietra: Master of Beauty from November 10 – January 20, 2019 in the Atrium, Blackmon and Weil galleries. This exhibit from the master glassblower features more than 40 pieces created over the last 20 years with examples from several of his most important series, including Batman, Dinosaur, and his wall installations. For more information, go to https://mmfa.org/exhibitions/lino-tagliapietra-master-beauty/

For more information on Montgomery, go to http://visitingmontgomery.com/

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