Balloon flights and displays are weather dependent, taking place only at dusk and dawn when conditions permit.
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.
Check out the lineup from 2021 below.
Molly Thomas has always been a child of the water and metaphors of flow, movement, tidal change and bodily connection frequently surface in her lyrics. Born in Ocean Springs, Mississippi, Thomas has made made her home in and cultivated the majority of her musical influences from the southern regions of Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee. A hive for songwriters and artists whose emotive storytelling and beautifully gritty swampy swagger personify the region, The south has been the perfect location for Thomas to grow her self-described Indie Swamp Pop.
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.
Magnolia Dance Company is a family owned and operated dance studio in Foley, Alabama. Our dance classes inspire our students from day one. We want to make your dance experience positive, fun and exciting and are committed to excellence. Our studio offers many types of dance instruction including Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Lyrical, Contemporary, Musical Theater, Hip-Hop and Acro at recreational and competition levels. Magnolia Dance Company is the perfect place to watch your dancer blossom and develop on their dance journey.
For over 25 years a professional full-time comedian, Brad Tassell has proven he is not only hilarious, but smart, kind, useful, and the perfect performer for any group, any place, any time. For the last decade, he has decided his schedule between 45- 50 weeks a year doing stand-up in comedy clubs, corporate events, and on Carnival Cruise Lines.
Without a doubt, there is no other comedian working today who can enlist and entertain 100% of the audience, and always with the strongest in professionalism and respect for each person’s needs.
His down-home Midwest style bringing audiences into Brad’s world – Punchlines, stories, and maybe even a song or two!
Credits include Comedy Central and Bob & Tom Radio Show”
Operating as a house band for such an enormous tourist destination has allowed these guys and gal to hone their craft. Their ability to establish a relationship with an audience is vital to their success on a nightly basis. Now, they’re bringing that B Street Benny music experience to you.
We want to be a part of your special day because it matters. It matters that you have the wedding of your dreams. It matters that your employees feel like they’re appreciated because you threw the most amazing party. It matters that your patrons want to stay all night with us.
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.
Brothers Noah and Josh Thompson put their guitars together to form Roman Street. Since the college years, this brotherly jam session has developed into a Billboard/iTunes charting band who many have dubbed ‘the next generation’ of Jazz Fusion. Roman Street, named for an old roman street in the Alps where they studied guitar, is an internationally trained instrumental band specializing in improvisational fusion of Classical, Gypsy and Contemporary Jazz, Latin, and Nuevo Flamenco. A departure from the over-produced music that is out there today, they keep it simple—the beautifully organic sound of acoustic instruments played by talented people who love what they are doing. Whether performing as a guitar duo, or with a backing band, Roman Street astounds with music that appeals to fans of many genres.