SCHEDULE

Friday, June 17

5:30 PM - Doors open

6:00 PM - Pixellay

7:00 PM - Pat McGee Band

8:30 PM - Better Than Ezra

Saturday, June 18

5:30 PM - Doors open

6:00 PM - Janet Simpson

7:00 PM - Maddie & Tae

8:30 PM - Colbie Caillat

Sunday, June 19

5:30 PM - Doors open

6:00 PM - Venture Boi

7:00 PM - Harry Mack

8:30 PM - Collective Soul

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 

Q. What are we allowed to bring in?

A. You can bring in a clear bag that does not exceed 12" x 6" x 12" in size. Small clutch bags that do not exceed 4.5" by 6.5" may also be brought in.

You can also bring in a (regular sized) chair or a blanket (see FAQ question further down the page).

 

Prohibited items include purses larger than a clutch bag as described, backpacks, coolers, or in essence, anything else.

If you have specific questions on this, email info@euphonious.ai.

Q. Will there be food and drinks to purchase?

A. Yes, and doing so directly supports the Birmingham Zoo. They'll have a variety of food and beverages (alcoholic and non) to purchase on site.

Q. Where do I buy tickets to the music festival?

A. Right here.

Q. Do children get in free?

A. Children age 6 and younger do get in free. Bring the family.

Q. What happens if it rains?

A. The Euphonious music festival takes place rain or shine.

Q. Why the Birmingham Zoo?

A. It's an incredible place to see a show. The multi-million-dollar renovation in 2017 funded the construction of the Henley Park Event Lawn, purpose-built for concerts. Ask anyone who attended Euphonious last year how nice it is.

Q. Do Euphonious concert tickets include admission to the Zoo to see the animals?

A. No. The festival takes place in and around the Henley Park Event Lawn, toward the front of the Zoo. The rest of the Zoo, where all of the animal exhibits are, will not be accessible during the event.

Q. I want to pay for my Euphonious music festival tickets using Bitcoin. How do I do that?

A. Email us at info@euphonious.ai and we will provide you with instructions.

Q. Where is the open letter that Euphonious producer and Birmingham native Bradley Metrock wrote and published in the Birmingham News?

A. It can be read here.

Q. Last year, Euphonious mainly had "squares" where groups bought an area of the lawn together. Are you doing this again?

A. No. Euphonious uses a general admission model, like a normal concert. The squares system, for the most part, was a relic of the pandemic period.

Q. Can we bring a chair? What about a blanket?

A. Yes, you can bring in a chair or a blanket, but bear in mind this is a standing-room-only concert. To sit in a chair or lay out on a blanket, you'll need to be sufficiently far enough away from the stage to not have people standing in front of you. Should be plenty of room for everyone.

Q. Where do I register for the Birmingham Tech Talks, presented by Euphonious?

A. Right here.

Q. How do I receive a limited edition Euphonious 2 pin, similar to what City Stages always gave out?

A. Either attend the Birmingham Tech Talks on Thursday, or look for Euphonious producer Bradley Metrock walking around during the festival giving them out to concertgoers while supplies last.