Kick off your July summertime fun in the cities of Gulf Shores, Orange Beach and Fort Morgan

 

Living History Tours – July 2-July 30, 6pm-8pm at Fort Morgan. $10 per person. Historians and site staff, dressed in period uniform, provide historical insights on Fort Morgan's history and the life of the people who worked and served there. Artillery and small firearm demonstrations will be given. Tours are weather dependent.

Brandon Styles Impressions and Magic Show – July 2-August 27, 7pm-8pm. Live at OWA. Brandon's live performance includes nearly 60 different celebrity impressions. He has incorporated the perfect amount of comedy, magic, dance, ventriloquism and audience participation into this fast-paced 60-minute Vegas-style show.

Tedeschi Trucks Band “Wheels of Soul 2019” featuring Blackberry Smoke and Shovels and Rope, presented by C Spire Concert Series. July 3, 7pm at The Wharf Amphitheater. Tedeschi Trucks Band earned a distinguished reputation from both audiences and critics as a band that appeals to all age groups. 

Independence Day Street Party and Fireworks – July 3, 5pm-9pm at The Wharf. Fireworks take place over Main Street at 8:45pm, SPECTRA Sound and Light Spectacular will follow the fireworks. Kids activities includes trampoline jumpee, face painting, games, prizes, and more.

 

Blue Angeles flying in Gulf Shores AL

The City of Gulf Shores Fourth of July Fireworks Celebration – July 4, 9pm at Gulf State Park Fishing and Education Pier. Free to the public. Come early to dine on food truck fare and enjoy live music prior to the fireworks display.

2019 Blue Angels Practice – July 2, 3 and 16. Practices typically begin at 11:30am at the National Museum of Naval Aviation. Free to the public. Don’t miss the high-flying heroics as the Blue Angels practice their awe-inspiring feats. Practices may be cancelled without notice. Please contact the museum to confirm details.

Luke Bryan Sunset Repeat Tour with special guest Cole Swindell and Jon Langston, presented by C Spire Concert Series. July 19-20, 7pm at The Wharf Amphitheater. Luke Bryan’s album Kill the Lights produced a record-breaking six number one singles on the Billboard Country Airplay chart. In late 2017, Bryan released his fourth album What Makes You Country, and it reached the Billboard Top 200.

Blue Marlin Grand Championship – July 13-14 at The Wharf. Witness the greatest show in sportfishing and the exciting weigh-in of some of the biggest fish you will ever see as top angler teams compete for the coveted title of tournament champions.

Visit our calendar of events to discover all there is to do on the Alabama Gulf Coast in July.

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