Suffer from Spring Fever? The month of May offers a variety of things to do in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach.
You may ask, “What is there to do along the Alabama Gulf Coast in May?” As the weather begins to warm, you'll find that the action heats up as well. Whether you’re here for a weekend getaway or a spring break trip with your family, Gulf Shores and Orange Beach have plenty to keep you entertained.
Jim Gaffigan Quality Time Tour presented by C Spire Concert Series - May 11, starting at 7pm at The Wharf Amphitheater. Grammy-nominated comedian, actor and two-time New York Times best-selling author Jim Gaffigan brings his humor to Orange Beach.
2019 National Collegiate Beach Volleyball Championship - May 3-5, 8am-5pm. Gulf Shores Public Beach. The top eight collegiate teams from across the country hit the beach to compete for the coveted championship. All of the passing, setting and hitting will keep you on the edge of your seat.
15th Annual Gulf Coast Hot Air Balloon Festival - May 3, 2pm-10pm and May 4, 9am-10pm. Free admission. Spread out your picnic blanket, grab an ice-cold drink and enjoy a variety of live music, more than 30 colorful balloons from across the country and an eclectic array of local crafters, artisans and retailers. And watch toss after high toss as man’s best friend defies gravity catching flying saucers in midair at the Disc-Connected K-9 World Famous Frisbee Dog Show. Coolers, smoking and pets are not allowed.
Bryan Adams Shine a Light Tour presented by C Spire Concert Series - May 10, 7:30-10:30pm at The Wharf Amphitheater. Admission varies. Known the world over for his signature brand of feel-good rock and roll and big ballads, Bryan Adams is an icon of epic proportions and has been touring the world for nearly four decades.
Orange Beach Billfish Classic - Tournament dates: May 15-19. Weigh-in: May 17 (7pm-10pm) and May 18 (6pm-10pm). Marlin tournament season in the Gulf of Mexico means big fish and big bucks as well as a serious adrenaline rush for anglers. The tournament begins when anglers depart from Perdido Pass at noon on Thursday and concludes with weigh-ins before the excited crowds at The Wharf on Friday and Saturday nights.