Do Dah Day 2009

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Do Dah Day will celebrate its 30th year in 2009, which makes the event Birmingham's oldest outdoor music festival. Held in two of Southside's historic Highland Avenue parks, Do Dah Day is a celebrated tradition that is renowned for raising over $500,000 in the past 15 years for local animal charities. Don't miss out on the opportunity to play for over 40,000 people at one of the Southeast's most cherished springtime events!

Do Dah Day features two stages, and offers local, regional and national acts from a plethora of music genres. Last year's event was a huge success, thanks in part to the ten talented music artists selected to play the event, including Anders Osborne and The Radiators. Do Dah Day 2009 will be held on Saturday, May 16th, 2009 in Caldwell and Rhodes Park in Birmingham, Alabama.

Do Dah Day is a 100% volunteer organization, and all of the event proceeds are donated to local animal charities. Therefor, no monetary compensation or travel/lodging expenses are provided for artists selected to play the event. However, they will make every effort to find out-of-town artists discounted lodging in Birmingham, and do provide the following:

  • Free radio, TV and print publicity in the weeks leading up to the event

  • booth space for bands to sell their CD's and merchandise (NO T-SHIRTS)

  • Refreshments and event t-shirts on the day of the event

  • There are 8-10 slots available for the event, and at least 7 of those slots will be filled by Sonicbids artists. Please feel free to contact them with any additional questions you might have, and here's to 30 years of Do Dah Day!