Whether it’s someone’s birthday or just a regular Tuesday night, folks across the Alabama Gulf Coast will take anything and turn it into an occasion worth celebrating. What can we say . . . it’s in our blood! Of course, no celebration is complete without live music. Be sure to pack your dancing shoes and hit these live music venues when you venture along Alabama’s Coastal Connection!
In Daphne, drop by Top of the Bay on any Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday night for live music. Experience Daphne like a local at this non-smoking spot known for its friendly staff, dive-bar atmosphere and hang-worthy outdoor area.
Head south and you’ll hit Doc Holliday’s, a popular Southwestern-themed watering hole in Foley. Grab a drink during their daily happy hour, try your luck at their Texas Hold ’Em tournaments and stick around for live musical performances on the weekends.
A little farther down the road, Lucy Buffett’s restaurant LuLu’s in Gulf Shores boasts free live music every night of the week. Don’t let the family-friendly atmosphere fool you. The drinks are strong and the menu features fresh gulf seafood cooked every way imaginable.
If beachside bites and beats are your thing, head east to the Flora-Bama in Orange Beach. This tourist destination is an institution known for their Southern fare, strong drinks and live music starting in the afternoon and continuing into the night.
Live music is a great way to experience the culture of the coastal byway and rub elbows with locals. Whether you like country, rock, folk or blues, or march to the beat of your own drum, we’ve got a beer and a dance floor waiting for you along Alabama’s Coastal Connection.