7 big concerts in Alabama this November

Easton Corbin
Easton Corbin in 2013” by Joe Bielawa is licensed under CC BY 2.0

As cooler weather blows into Alabama, our beautiful amphitheaters are winding down concert season. But, that doesn’t mean that the party’s over for the year. This November, several big names in music are coming to town. Here are seven concerts to jot down on your calendar.

1. Natalie Grant—Birmingham

Nine-time Grammy nominated Christian artist Natalie Grant is coming to the Lyric Theatre, bringing her chart-topping, Gospel-inspired songs to the beautiful stage.

2. Foreigner—Tuscaloosa

Seven words: “I Want to Know What Love Is.” Hear Foreigner perform the iconic hit single and many more live at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater.

3. Easton Corbin—Auburn

Easton Corbin, an award-winning artist known for his classic country sound, was Billboard’s “Top New Country Artist” in 2010. Though he’s not so new on the scene anymore, fans still adore his authentic vibe, which comes out in songs like “A Little More Country Than That.”

4. 50th Anniversary of Hip Hop: Dirty South Edition—Huntsville

Bringing together several hip hop stars, The Orion Amphitheater is hosting its highly anticipated 50th Anniversary of Hip Hop: Dirty South Edition on Friday, November 10.

5. Ashley McBryde—Birmingham

Anybody who’s seen singer-songwriter Ashley McBryde live knows that her sense of humor, raw talent and catchy hits are unforgettable. The stunning Alabama Theatre in Birmingham is one of her stops on the Devil I Know Tour.

6. Bret Michaels—Montgomery

Fans of the rock band Poison know Bret Michael has incredible talent. In his solo career, he’s released chart-topping hits and even become well-known in the world of reality TV.

7. Skillet & Theory of a Deadman—Huntsville

The Von Braun Center never fails to bring incredible shows to the Rocket City, and this November, Skillet is coming to town. The iconic rock band, with their hits like “Monster” and “Feel Invincible,” will be taking the stage with Theory of a Deadman.

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Sarah Gronberg
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