Weekend Rundown for November 6th-8th

Helllooooo, Weekend! Here are our picks for some weekend fun around the Magic City! Get out and enjoy this fall weather and the color in the trees!

Buildings of the Birmingham City skyline from railroad park

4D Farms
Last weekend to visit the farm!
4D Farm is a family owned farm located in Cullman, Alabama. We have a corn maze and pumpkin patch in the fall. You will also have a great time on all of our fun activities such as the jumping pillow, play barn, 80ft slide, cow train, rubber duck races, tire mountain, hay jump, pig races, barnyard ball zone, corn box, and more!

Weekday Pass $9.95 online / $11.95 at the gate
Weekend Pass $12.95 online / $14.95 at the gate

Price includes general admission activities.

Some activities have an additional charge.
*Prices listed do not include 9% tax.
*2 and under are free.

Nov 7, 2020 at 10:00 am – 06:00 pm

The Great Pumpkin Patch
Plenty of activities for kids! And those still young at heart can enjoy sitting under a shade tree listening to music, watching the kids or enjoying any of the wonderful food and sweets from the Red Barn Kitchen or famous Pie House.

Much of the Great Pumpkin Patch has been newly renovated and updated. We have a totally new inflatable park with a Great Jumpin’ Pumpkin, incredible Super Slide that is fun for young and a Smaller Slide for those not quite ready for the challenge of the Super Slide. The all new Bungee Run is a great way to challenge friends and family to a competition of strength and skill and provides loads of laughter for those watching the challenge.

Admission to the Great Pumpkin Patch is free! You pay for each activity – $1 – $10 each. Fun for the young at young at heart at affordable prices.

Friday and Saturday             –  8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Sunday                                 –  1:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Dia de los Muertos
Join Bare Hands as they celebrate life at our Día de los Muertos Festival Numero 18 for a whole week at Pepper Place from Sunday November 1 – Saturday, November 7 open daily from 5-9pm. We are honoring the heart of our festival this year by offering the altar installation for free to the community. We will not have the traditional large festival in the streets, but invite you to come by and join us as we celebrate the lives of those that came before and those that are still with us with the memorial roll call, a nightly food vendor, and most importantly the altars erected to those we have loved, including our featured altars, public and pet altars. Find out more about these altars on our web site at

Eat in the Streets at Pepper Place
Friday, November 6 and Saturday, November 7 for Pepper Place’s second installment of Eat in the Streets!

In partnership with the City of Birmingham Government, we’ll be shutting down 29th Street for a fun, socially-distant celebration outside. This weekend will be happening in tandem with Dia de los Muertos Alabama & Pepper Place is embracing it!

Join us from 5 to 10pm. We’ll have the movie “Coco” playing on 29th Street starting at 7pm.

Blueroot will be on 29th Street, offering all of the nutritious superfood options you know & love. In addition, Naughty But Nice Kettle Corn Co. will be popping up, giving you the opportunity to grab a snack before the movie.

Saturday, the fun continues from 11am to 2pm and 5pm to 10pm. You can visit The Market at Pepper Place in the morning and Saturday evening will include a DJ + live music, making it the perfect dinner spot.

We kindly ask that you are considerate during the event and apply social distancing. This includes wearing a face covering, washing your hands and remaining 6 feet from others.

Moss Magic

Join us November 7-8 at the Hoover Met Complex for MOSS MAGIC, a fall fusion festival featuring the 15th Moss Rock Festival (MRF) with special guest Magic City Art Connection (MCAC).

MOSS MAGIC will bring together artists from two of Birmingham’s favorite outdoor festivals for a record collaborative year featuring over 125+ juried exhibiting artists. Many works of art to be shown are inspired or influenced by nature and use recycled, upcycled, or repurposed items, among other works featuring natural materials like wood, clay or glass. With the addition of the new roster of talent from MCAC’s downtown contemporary art festival, which was cancelled this past spring, the choice of art will be extra diverse at MOSS MAGIC.

Moss Rock Festival, Alabama’s premier eco-creative festival and the “Moss” of the MOSS MAGIC fusion festival, will continue its mission of exploring Nature, SmartLIVING, Art + Design and more. It’s 2020 features include:

1) SmartLIVING ideas and a marketplace that offers offer patrons access to interesting local choices for everyday living including fresh, organic, locally made, sustainable products as well as consumables in the area of health, home, body, and cuisine.

2) +Design artisans are intermixed with artists and will be showing off their place in the world of design and how their creations support, guide, complement, and surprise everyday life.

3) Nature exhibitors and organizations that can connect enthusiasts with the great outdoors, wildlife, and getting active in nature

4) Sweetery’s confections by area bakers and chefs will be available in the Smart Living Market.

5) Cafe featuring food trucks and other local caterers like Hyderabad DUM ZONE (now Bollywood Curry House), Catering by LaNetta, Pazzo Big Slice and Pazzo’s Italian Bistro, Rae Rae’s Catering, Rendezvous Kitchen Co., Steel City Pops, and Tamale Queen/Snowies Shaved Ice.

6) Curated music by Birmingham Mountain Radio

7) WonderKid Studios and art experiences for kids inspired by nature, science, and recycling;

8) Great giveaways to enter at the festival to win festival swag like T-Shirts, Beer Garden Trail tickets, plus a getaway to Pursell Farms Resort valued at $1200.

9) a Beer Garden Trail (a craft tasting crawl running Oct 15 thru Nov 30 – NEW event model in 2020!) featuring 16 local and nearby brewery stops and a cool commemorative glass visitors can pick up from Whole Foods Market starting Oct 15.


– Staging the 2020 festival at The Hoover Met Complex outdoor facilities, which allows for the elimination of offsite parking and festival shuttling
– Social Distancing Measures
– Expanding the Festival footprint
– Widening pedestrian walking paths and spaces between exhibitor booths
– One way walking traffic
– Requiring masks be worn by attendees and exhibitors
– Minimal contact gate processing
– Public hand sanitizing stations
– Food service upgrades
– Designated Lounges engineered for safe, social distanced dining
– and more.

We will continue this vigilance required to keep MOSS MAGIC in compliance with the Alabama and Jefferson County Departments of Health and the City of Hoover.

For complete festival details, line ups, artist previews and more, please visit

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