Entertainment

Balloon flights and displays are weather dependent, taking place only at dusk and dawn when conditions permit.

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Schedule of Entertainment

Come enjoy performances by musical entertainment, children’s activities and more amid retail, arts & crafts and food booths. Musical headliners follow balloon flights, glows and tethered rides (weather permitting) Friday and Saturday nights. Please contact OWA for any entertainment inquires. 

Thursday, May 12 - 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

A live performance presented via those willing and able is a moment in time one will never forget. Yeah Probably is a group that does that and more. Based out of Mobile, this group of passionate players blends every bit of musicality and diversity to provide a show that really brings those an unique experience. With an excellent display of smooth harmony, grooving vibes, and melodic flow, they have quickly become the crowned jewel of Soul and Pop in Alabama. 

Thursday, May 12 - 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

The Tip Tops Band is a high-energy dance and show band based out of Mobile, Alabama and Pensacola, Florida . The musical emphasis is 60’s, Motown and rhythm and blues. The 4 Tops, Otis Redding,, The Temptations, and Marvin Gaye are just a sample of the artists The Tip Tops touch on. Mix in some 50’s from Elvis and Sam Cooke and some 80’s from Kool and The Gang and The Commodores and then add some 90s R n B and some current top 40 hits and you have 5 decades of musical history. 

Friday, May 13 - 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

High vibe indie folk-rock music crafted by songwriters Jimmy Lumpkin & Brenda Bledsoe. Talia Lumpkin on percussion gives Gypsy Spark a soulful rhythm with guitar, banjo & flute intertwined.

Friday, May 13 - 1:15 pm - 1:30 pm & 2:30 pm - 2:45 pm
Saturday, May 14 - 11:30 am - 11:45 am

Each legendary performer not only looks like the star they portray, but use their own natural voices to pay homage to their iconic music counterpart. Legends in Concert live tribute shows are known for their elaborate theatrical sets, magnificent costumes and full array of incredible special effects, including three dimensional multimedia and multimillion dollar, state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems. 

Friday, May 13 - 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Alabama bred, Tennessee fed, Jenna McClelland embodies that of a Southern lady that loves to show you a good time. Her music is tasty to the ear, and her lyrics come straight from her diaries. Raw, emotional, and excruciatingly honest.Since 2013, Jenna McClelland has shared her stories through song- performing everywhere from dive bars to large stages in the southeast.

Friday, May 13 - 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Southern Approach, a cover band playing a variety of classic rock, R&B, and country hits across several decades.

Friday, May 13 - 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Friday, May 13 - 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

A Miles Flatt show has been described as a concert with a dance floor. The band has put together a high energy show that will keep you on your feet for hours. Miles Flatt likes to think they have a little something for everybody.

Saturday, May 14 - 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Saturday, May 14 - 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

A country singer with a soulful bent, Kirk Jay first made an impression in 2018 as a contestant on NBC’s televised musical competition The Voice. Jay placed third on the 15th season of the show, but that was enough to propel him out of the bar circuit he played in his home state of Alabama.

 

Born in the small Alabama town of Bay Minette on July 1, 1996, Kirk Jay grew up poor, finding solace in music. As a child, he sang in the choir and learned how to play drums, but he didn’t go professional until he entered his late teens. Around 2015, he started to gain headway through open mic performances. Eventually, he assembled a backing band called Kuntry Funk. In 2018, he was cast on the 15th season of The Voice, where he became part of Blake Shelton’s team. Jay lasted until the season finale, placing third overall.

Saturday, May 14 - 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

The World Famous Velcro Pygmies want to take you on a little journey, and they promise it won’t hurt.  This golden ticket will get you a trip back to a time when music was in its prime. Back when hair was big but rock ‘n’ roll was bigger … back when a 17-second guitar solo transformed a man and his machine into a Rock God … back when fallen angels swarmed the front row like Aquanet to a feathered bang.