And that's not all - check out what's happening in and around Montgomery in this week's rundown!
That beautiful fall weather has finally dug its hooks in, and we are celebrating in kind. There are a ton of great events happening this weekend, so let’s look at just a few of them:
Black and Gold Grand Finale
The Black and Gold Grand Finale is happening on the Harriot II Riverboat. And there’ll be live entertainment, concessions, and great drinks for all. All guests who attend the party will receive free admission to the afterparty at 50/50, a club located just minutes away.
ASU Turkey Day Classic and Homecoming
The ASU Turkey Day Classic and Homecoming begins on Friday. The two-week celebration includes a ton of cool events, including a concert, parade and more. Of course, the biggest part of the occasion is the annual showdown between the ASU Hornets and Mississippi Valley State University Delta Devils.
Keep following the Turkey Day Classic over the next couple of weeks for more great fun!
Alabama Frontier Days
Alabama Frontier Days is taking over Fort Toulouse until Saturday at 4:00 pm. It’s one of the longest-running and most authentic living history events in Alabama. Watch the South transition from Indian lands to forts and civilian homesteads, spanning from 1700 to 1820. Admission is $8.00 for adults, and $7.00 for children.
* Alabama Frontier Days is an editor’s choice this week!
Armistice Centennial Concert
Sunday marks the 100-year anniversary of the end of World War I. The Alabama Department of Archives and History will commemorate the occasion by hosting the “Armistice Centennial Concert.” And you’ll be getting all of this great entertainment at no cost – the event is free and open to the public.
That’s it for this week! If you’d like more great events or happenings in and around Montgomery, why not join us on Facebook or Instagram? It’s the best way to see our latest-and-greatest. But until next time, this has been Central Alabama Weekend!