Best Bets For The Weekend, 9/11-9/13


SOUTH ALABAMA JAGUAR FOOTBALL vs TULANE- Sat 6:30pm, Hancock-Whitney Stadium, USA campus, ESPN2

The Jaguars are set to play their first-ever game at the new Hancock Whitney Stadium when Tulane visits on Saturday. 

**Because of COVID-19, there will be no tailgating during the month of September. No single game tickets will be sold this season.


Listen to the Jags all season on 96.1 The Rocket, Sports Talk 99.5, and the free iHeartRadio app.

FREE FOOD DISTRIBUTION TO THOSE IN NEED - Sat 9am-11am, Ladd-Peebles Stadium, Mobile

Feeding the Gulf Coast along with the Mobile County Commission will distribute around 90,000 pounds of fresh produce, dry goods and protein to 1,500 individuals and families. There is no need for individuals to pre-register; food will be distributed first-come, first-served, drive-through style. CLICK HERE  

LODA ARTWALK- Fri 6pm-9pm, Lower Dauphin Arts District, downtown Mobile

September ArtWalk will take place on Friday, September 11th, virtually (1pm-3pm) AND in person (6pm-9pm)! This hybrid event will feature local artists, arts organizations, and downtown businesses - including gallery tours, musical and improv performances, educational talks, and more! CLICK HERE  

While you’re at ArtWalk, check out Retail Bingo with the Downtown Mobile Alliance… CLICK HERE   

THE MARKET AT THE PILLARS- Sun 12 noon-4pm, The Pillars, Government St, Mobile

A fun afternoon of shopping local farmers, makers, bakers, crafters, and artists. CLICK HERE   

ISLAND MOVIE NIGHTS featuring ICE AGE- Sat 6pm, OWA, Foley

Bring a chair, blanket or towel and enjoy an evening outdoors on the lawn with this free movie. Activities from 6 to 7; show at 7CLICK HERE

TOUR TALL SHIPS NINA- Fri Sept 11- Sun Sept 20, 10am -5pm, Palafox Pier Yacht Harbor Marina, Pensacola

The Niña is a replica of the ship on which Columbus sailed across the Atlantic on his three voyages of discovery to the new world beginning in 1492. CLICK HERE 

WORDS ON BATHROOM WALLS (PG) - Diagnosed with a mental illness, a witty, introspective teen struggles to keep it a secret while falling in love.Now showing at the Crescent Theater in downtown Mobile.

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