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July 4th at the FloraBama (photo courtesy of AL.com)
July 10: Motive in Concert
Downtown Mobile, Alabama Music Box: Seattle transplants, turned Brooklynites, emerged from a Brooklyn practice are rapidly taking NYC – and the internet – by storm.
July 11: Jerry Seinfeld Live
Downtown Mobile, Civic Center: No soup for you! But you can get some Jerry Seinfeld. He’s going international in 2013, Mobile included. Tickets $77 and $63.
July 11: Unveiling of the Oyster Trail
Downtown Mobile: Half a dozen life sized oysters (mmmm…) painted by local artists will be unveiled at downtown locations promoting the importance of oysters in our ecosystem.
July 12: Hank Williams Jr. / Gregg Allman in Concert
Pensacola, Bay Center: Did you miss out on the Gregg Almman concert at the Saenger? Want to see him again? Just want to be a Ramblin’ Man?
July 12: LODA Artwalk
Downtown Mobile: If you haven’t been to Artwalk, it’s definitely worth a trip downtown. All art venues are open and our beautiful citizens are roaming the streets. 6-9pm.
July 12: Young Republicans National Convention Pre-Party
Downtown Mobile, Moes: The Ben Jernigan Band and Jukebox Superhero will be playing at no cost. Show starts at 8pm. All are invited to the party.
July 12: Caroline Rose Live
Fairhope, Fairhope Brewing Company: On a cross country tour, you’ll want to be prepared to buy an album. As a bonus, the late summer ale (Take The) Causeway will be released.
July 12: “The Cemetery Club” Comedy-Drama
Mobile, Joe Jefferson Playhouse: 6 shows about these 3 widows who meet once a month before visiting their husbands’ graves starting – starting July 12th.
July 13: Sonny Bama, Band, and tons of Special Guest Artists
Downtown Mobile, The Brickyard: Sonny, mixing blues/rock/country/hiphop just released his latest album “The Long Way Home.” $10 at the door and you’re in.
July 13: Market on the Square
Downtown Mobile, Cathedral Square. Eat Fresh, Buy Local. Cruise and check out handcrafted goods. Grab your locally grown tomatoes, potatoes, sweet corn, watermelon and more!
July 13: Funky Art Ride
Downtown Mobile, Cream and Sugar: Kids and Adults will take the easy cruise from Cream and Sugar to Space 301 to check out the new Futures exhibit.