Vulcan AfterTunes :: A Birmingham Must!

We have partnered with Vulcan Park & Museum to showcase the fun they offer families!

If you haven’t experienced Vulcan AfterTunes, you need to make plans to get there before the series ends. There are two concerts left, and they promise to be amazing! What is Vulcan AfterTunes? Imagine packing up your family (or having a date with your spouse or some much needed girl time), driving to the best view in Birmingham, spreading a blanket, and enjoying some of the country’s best new entertainers.

October 15th

1:00 pm: Gates Open
2:30 pm: Heath Green & The Makeshifters {They’re local favorites!}
4:00 pm: New Breed Brass Band {A high energy NOLA brass band!}

Grab Tickets

October 29th

1:00 pm: Gates Open
2:30 pm: Early James {A local favorite!}
4:00 pm: Aaron Lee Tasjan {Known for great songwriting and incredible live performances!}

Grab Tickets

And there’s more!

Admission: $18 in advance; $20 at the gate
Member admission: $10 in advance; $12 at the gate
Children: $8; free for kids 4 and under
Ticket price includes concert, Vulcan’s observation tower, and the Vulcan Center Museum

Seating is first come, first served.
Food and drinks will be available for purchase from local breweries and food trucks.
No pets or outside alcohol allowed.
Picnic baskets welcome!
Children’s activities sponsored by Alabama Baby and Child Magazine!
Onsite parking is limited; shuttles are available from overflow lots.

Vulcan Park and Museum is one of our favorite places, and Vulcan AfterTunes gives us just one more reason to love this amazing venue! Get ready to have a blast at one of these unique concerts!


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Jenny-Lyn was born in Decatur, grew up in Ohio, and moved to Birmingham as a teenager. Her favorite things about Birmingham include sweet tea, the use of Sir and Ma’am, and the way people offer friendly smiles while out and about. Oh, and the food. Jenny’s background is sales and marketing, each of which she enjoys putting to use behind the scenes with Birmingham Mom Collective. After getting married, Jenny moved from Birmingham to Minneapolis where she invites anyone interested to visit around August. She’s strongly connected to Birmingham through friends, family, and of course Birmingham Mom Collective. Jenny and her husband Soo-Young have two sons, Michael and Jonathan. She guesses she’s officially a boy mom, and that’s a pretty good thing to be in her book.