September is Huntsville Music Month — a non-stop celebration of local artists, venues and community organizations. Whether you’re attending a concert at The Orion or a free event put on by the community, there are several opportunities for you and everyone you know to participate in all the fun.
A 3-day kick off to Huntsville Music Month
Huntsville Music Month is kicking off with Launchpad, a three-day-long lineup of local artists happening at Big Spring Park East. Every show starts at 5PM and is completely free to attend.
The third day of Launchpad is the first day of the weekly Jazz in the Park concert series, which will then return to Big Spring Park every following Sunday evening.
There are several events through the end of September
If you can’t make it to Launchpad, don’t worry! There are plenty of other events happening in September at which you can celebrate Huntsville Music Month.
- Train: Sept. 6, The Orion Amphitheater, 7:30PM — Admission charged.
- UAH Constellation Concert Series presents organist Jillian Gardner & soprano Amalia Osuga: Sept. 8, First Methodist Church, 7PM — FREE admission.
- Jazz in the Park – Huntsville: Sept. 3, 10, 17 & 24; Big Spring Park East; 5-9PM — FREE admission.
- Love Jones Presents Women in Music: Sept. 15, The Orion Amphitheater, 8-11PM — Admission charged.
- CulturA Festival – A Celebration of Hispanic Culture, Food and Music: Sept. 17, The Orion Amphitheater, 12-6PM — FREE admission.
- Brandi Carlile: Sept. 23, The Orion Amphitheater, 5-9PM — FREE admission.
“Our local artist community is one of our biggest assets. We have a thriving music scene here in Huntsville, and one that will continue to grow.”Matt Mandrella, director, Huntsville Music Office
If you’re going to any of these events, be sure to post your pictures and tag us @hvilleblast and use #hsvmusicmonth!