From the classic tale of little orphan Annie on the stage to tasting some of the best chili in town, there’s an event for everyone to enjoy this weekend in Birmingham. Also, check out the schedule for Holi Festival and get ready for the cities most colorful event!

March 2-3
Annie jr.
Virginia Samford Theatre
Saturday 11 AM & 7:30 PM, Sunday 2:30 PM
Tickets: $25

See the classic and beloved story of little orphan Annie at Virginia Samford Theatre. With pluck and positivity, watch as Annie searches for the parents who abandoned her at the orphanage and finds a new home and family in billionaire Oliver Warbucks, his secretary Grace, and a mutt named Sandy.

March 2
Chili Cook-Off
Brookwood Village
10:30 AM – 3 PM
Tickets: Early Bird GA $10, Gate Price $15

Do you love chili? Well, we’ve got the event for you! Get to Brookwood Village on Saturday for the 15th Annual Chili Cook-Off. There will be live music, all the chili your heart has ever desired, and a kidzone, making it an event the whole family will enjoy.

March 9
Holi Festival
Birmingham Museum of Art
11 AM – 3 PM

Celebrate life in color at the Birmingham Museum of Art’s annual Holi Festival. Communities will come together to celebrate Indian culture. The event will feature classical Indian and Bollywood style dancing, food from local Indian restaurants, henna artists, art making, and more! At the end of the event, guests will gather outside to play Holi, which includes the traditional throwing of powdered colors.

Dance performances – Auditorium, 11AM-2PM
Art Activities – Main Lobby, 11AM-3PM
Henna – Lobby, 11AM-3PM
Veggie Biryani from Taj India, $5 (cash only) – Café, 11AM-3PM
Throwing of the Colors, Outside, 3:00PM