Culture Calendar for the week of Feb 7: Akira Kurosawa, the Black Jacket Symphony, and Kane Brown


Green Bar is located in downtown Tuscaloosa.  CW File

Sam West

The week’s arts and entertainment events, from gallery openings to local music, all in one place.

Wednesday, February 10

Hudson Strode Presents “Throne of Blood”
What: Akira Kurosawa’s classic film retells Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” in the world of feudal Japan. This event is free to the public.
When: 7:30 pm
Where: The Bama Theatre

Thursday, February 11

Ferguson and the Copper Dogs w/ Della Ray
What: A Tuscaloosa area band plays “bluesy soul music” in promotion of their first EP. Tickets available at
When: 10:30 pm
Where: Green Bar

Double Exhibition
What: An exhibit of work by artist Lisa Iglesias, and Jane Cassidy’s installation “Music for Cars at Night On Country Roads” will be presented in the Fuel and Lumber Company’s Tuscaloosa Project Space.
When: 7:30 pm
Where: 2003 Eighth Street, downtown Tuscaloosa

Friday, February 12

Emporium Presents: Black Jacket Symphony “Hotel California”
What: The Black Jacket Symphony cover the Eagles’ most famous album in a concert event. Tickets can be purchased at
When: 8pm
Where: The Bama Theatre

Chew w/Lines in the Sky
What: An Atlanta-based experimental rock band plays electronic-infused music in a free show.
When: 10pm
Where: Green Bar

Kane Brown
What: Country singer-songwriter Kane Brown will perform.
When: Doors open at 7:30
Where: Druid City Music Hall

Saturday, February 13

African Film Festival
What: A day of films from African directors, including documentary shorts and a feature. The main show is preceded by a performance of African dance by children from Wilcox County. Tickets are available online at Brown Paper Tickets.
When: The children’s program starts at 3:30, the films begin at 6.
Where: The Bama Theatre