Entertainment

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

Schedule of Entertainment

Come enjoy performances by the World-Famous Disc Connected Canines, 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.

We welcomed the following performers to the 2019 Gulf Coast Hot Air Balloon Festival. Check back later for the 2020 schedule of events!

Friday, May 3 - 5:30 pm - 7:00 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.
 

Friday, May 3 - 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Together for 2 decades, playing 2 DIFFERENT decades worth of music (& then some), they have played literally 1,000’s of shows.  They play em big & small – from surprise birthday parties, to annual corporate events (like cspire), to huge outdoor performances (the Annual Shrimp Festival in Gulf Shores, AL).
 

An American singer songwriter from Miflin, AL

Saturday, May 4 - 9:30 am - 11:00 am

For the past decade, you’ve probably seen her singing her favorite Sheryl Crow or Linda Ronstadt songs at a beach bar on the Gulf Coast. Since the early age of 17, Christina has performed over 1,500 shows. In 2017, she released her debut album entitled, Silent Sea, a collection of songs since the start of her music career.
Her most recent release “Dolly, Would You Pardon Me” struck many heart strings in the Southeast and overseas including the UK and Austrailia. Over the years Christina has worked with
many organizations including the Miracle League of Coastal Alabama co-writing and performing the theme song “Little Miracles”
    Now settled in Perdido Key, Florida with her husband and son,
together they produce music events and record albums under Sandy Roots Productions. Christina has also shared the stage with Delta Rae, Reckless Kelly, David Nail, Cassadee Pope, Maggie Rose, Jana Kramer, Tyler Farr,
The Infamous Stringdusters and the list goes on..
 
Photo Credit: Jessi Casara Photography
 

Saturday, May 4 - 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

In the chilly arctic winter of 2005, The Defrosters was started by drummer Andy Toth to heat things up in the Alaska music scene. With seasoned performers Mike Johnson on guitar and Bob Renke on bass, The Defrosters took off in the great white north with their unique “southern soul” inspired sound. Over the years The Defrosters have performed at festivals, public events and private parties throughout Alaska, living up to their mantra “Music guaranteed to heat things up”.  After completing recording sessions in Nashville, The Defrosters relocated to warmer waters and finally settled in Gulf Shores, Alabama in late 2016. Their unique mix of Reggae, Rock, Bluegrass, Funky Soul, Americana, Country and Original songs help set this band apart from others with an entertaining show that makes you want to move!

Saturday, May 4 - 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Elvis Remembered with Shane Tucker and the Promised Land Band is a tribute show to the greatest entertainer of all time – Elvis Presley.  Shane and the Promised Land Band take pride in recreating the energy, excitement, and charisma of a live Elvis show. Their show is presented with the utmost respect for the memory of Elvis while ensuring that the crowd is entertained and involved in the show.  When presenting Elvis Remembered, Shane and the band aim to recreate memories of “The King of Rock and Roll” for Elvis fans and to create new fans for those who were born after his passing. Make sure you don’t miss Elvis Remembered when it comes near you.

Saturday, May 4 - 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Yeah, Probably is a band from Mobile, AL who infuse funk, jazz, soul, and pop to create a new sound that is sure to grab your attention. They have been playing together since 2013; this trio of friends began their journey playing in a college jazz band. Collectively, they share similar interests which include: Snarky Puppy, Bruno Mars, John Mayer, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson.

Yeah, Probably has been known for its unique spin on funky cover songs but are now building momentum and a following for their original music. Their self-titled EP has pushed the band to expand across the southeast region to promote the new sound that they bring.

The Legendary 80’s Cover Band

Saturday, May 4 - 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Werewolf is an 80s rocksplosion for your ear holes. Be ready to be mystified by keyboard melodies, razzeled by riffs and dazzled by drum solos. Don’t Stop Believing that we’re all Living on a Prayer. And Don’t You Forget About Me just because You Give Love a Bad Name. Admit it, you’re Hungry Like the Wolf to see Purple Rain Downtown. Are you ready to rock out with your favorites from the legendary Bon Jovi, Duran Duran, Journey and Simple Minds, to name a few?