Welcome to The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama!

We hope that you enjoy your time in our vibrant city. We have put together some information to make your visit here a little easier. Use the links above to find out more about the city, including places to eat, where to stay, shop and more.  Below are some links to help you experience the "City of Champions"!


Dining & Entertainment

Concerts at Tuscaloosa Amphitheater

Hotels

Recreation

Things To Do

RV Parking

Gameday Car Parking

Gameday Traffic

Tuscaloosa Regional Airport

For persons flying into the Tuscaloosa Regional Airport for game days, a reservation number is needed to land as indicated by NOTAM. This reservation number may be obtained by calling the Airport Manager’s office Monday-Friday 7am to 3pm at 205-248-5300. This includes drop and goes, IFR and VFR.

 

The City of Tuscaloosa Amphitheater in Tuscaloosa, Alabama is located in downtown Tuscaloosa on the banks of the Black Warrior River and only minutes from the University of Alabama.  The 7,470 capacity Tuscaloosa Amphitheater is blocks from the lively downtown district and sits at the end of the fabulous Riverwalk.

 

The 43rd Kentuck Festival of the Arts

When: Oct. 18 & 19, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., rain or shine

Where: Kentuck Park, 3501 Fifth Street, Northport, AL 35476

Admission: Weekend passes $15 (available until Sat., Oct. 1), daily tickets $10, children 12 and younger admitted free. Tickets will be available August 1st at www.kentuck.org, by calling 205-758-1257, at the Kentuck Gallery Shop, 1922 5th St., Northport, AL 35476 or at the festival gate.

 

NORTHPORT- On Oct. 19 & 20, more than 250 artists and thousands of art enthusiasts will converge under the shady trees of Kentuck Park in Northport, Alabama, to celebrate the 42nd annual Kentuck Festival of the Arts.  Nationally recognized for its quality and diversity, a stroll through the Kentuck Festival brings visitors eye-to-art with a variety of artistic styles ranging from folk to contemporary art and craft. Traditional and heritage craft artists such as basket weavers, blacksmiths, potters and quilters invite visitors to watch them demonstrate their skills and share the secrets of their craft.

 

The city of Tuscaloosa will be operating their “311 Information Service” each gameday at City Hall.  The call center will open four hours prior to kickoff and can provide a variety of information about Gameday.