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Jazzi's on 3rd is a spot that celebrates homegrown jazz talent as well as the history of the Birmingham jazz scene. Jazzi's has sporadic hours, so depending on when guests arrive, they may be greeted with light appetizers and cocktails as well as a jazz troupe on stage or it may be closed altogether. The music ranges from improvisational to traditional hard-bop, so check the schedule or if you prefer, you can rent the entire place for a private event or party.
Established in 1914, The Lyric Fine Arts Theatre was once a Vaudeville theater. Entertaining people through concerts, live musical performances, operas, ballets, movie screenings, plays, dramas and other theatrical productions since more than a century, the theater has evolved into a Birmingham institution. The theater also serves as a venue for private and community events. If you want to immerse yourself in the city’s culture, there is no better place to begin than The Lyric Fine Arts Theatre.
BJCC North Exhibition Hall is a part of the Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex which is a vast area meant for various events like exhibitions, conferences, trade shows and so on. With 90,000 square feet as its space, the North Hall has all the state-of-the-art facilities and services. It also has a banquet hall, a lobby and a lounge area. It is also well-equipped with telecommunication facilities, video production, lighting, sound and so on. Events here include cocktail parties, art exhibitions, regional conventions, concerts, music and dance shows and so on.
Cathedral Church of the Advent is one of the largest Episcopal churches in the country. A significant congregation in the Episcopal Diocese of Alabama, its establishment dates back to the foundation of the city in 1872. The structure exemplifies opulent Gothic architecture replete with a sandstone facade, bell tower of fifteen bells and stained-glass panels. Music is given a special emphasis at this parish with their renowned music program and award-winning choir. The cathedral is a feature on the National Register of Historic Places.
Built in 1927 as a Paramount Studio movie palace, this spectacular Spanish-Moorish edifice was restored in 1998. "The Showplace of the South" hosts live events as well as first-run and classic films. See the 1927 Mighty Wurlitzer pipe organ, "Big Bertha", rise dramatically from beneath the stage floor during affairs such as the annual Halloween showing of Phantom of the Opera (the organist arrives carried in a coffin). The theater is within walking distance of the downtown business district.
Located at Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex, this 1,000-seat theater is the place to catch a play with its clever designs and sophisticated sound equipment. The venue is not only good for hosting plays and musicals, but also for concerts and product launches, and it has a facility for remote telecommunications. Talented celebrities including Tommy Emanuel, Celine Dion and Carrie Underwood have performed here.