Art & Music Festival in Opelika, AL

01A Message from Cottonseed Studios:

A Note From Us

Thank you for supporting live music and local artists. We are so excited to host St. Paul and The Broken Bones as part of our Concourse/south music and arts festival this Saturday, August 25. Early James & The Latest will be opening the show. If you are not familiar with him, you are in for a treat.

-Entrance is through The Railyard gate to the left of John Emerald Distilling Company or through the back of Red Clay Brewery. This will take you through the Night Market and out onto the street of 1st Avenue where the concert will take place
-Food and beverage vendors will be in the gated lot behind Red Clay Brewery. You will have access to this area directly from Red Clay or from the back entrance off of 1st Avenue
-Come hungry with multiple food vendors providing eats
-Rain or shine we dance
-Children 12 and under in for free with a parent, this is a family how to write a paper friendly event
-Chairs are welcome onto the street, but can not guarantee sight lines with attendees probably standing and moving to the music
-Coolers not allowed
-John Emerald Distiller and Red Clay Brewery open at noon

Please invite/share this event to your friends and family. Let’s sell this out so we can make this a show that St. Paul and The Broken Bones will never forget.

Any questions or concerns please send our way

Thank you sincerely for your support!

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The Schedule

Start times and order subject to change

August 25, 2018

2:00pm Good People Beer Bar Crawl.

2:00-5:00 PM

Hop from James Bros. Bikes, Zazu, Irish Bred Pub, La Cantina, and Niffer’s to enjoy dining specials and Good People Beer.

5:00pm Night Market
7:00pm Gates to concert area open
8:00pm Opener takes the stage
9:00pm St. Paul and The Broken Bones