Whether it’s Concerts by the River, Movies in the Park or local festivals, there is always something fun going on in Downtown Decatur.
The many events currently going on in Decatur offer something for everyone. Find events at any of the websites below.
Featured Events in Downtown Decatur, Alabama
3rd Friday Downtown
River Clay Fine Arts Festival
Downtown Decatur hosts an array of
other annual events and holiday celebrations.
Downtown Decatur Pub Crawl
Historic Walking Tours
Historic Garden Tour
Jazz Under the Stars
This free community concert, presented by the Calhoun College Foundation, takes place each spring. It features a dinner fundraiser, art displays, live pottery creation and a recording studio tour and demonstration.
Morgan County – Decatur Farmers Market
Opening each year in April and closing in November, the Morgan County – Decatur Farmers Market offers a variety of in-season, locally grown fruits and vegetables.
Paul Stroud Concerts by the River
Beginning in June and ending in July, free concerts are offered to the public each Monday evening. This concert series offers a wide variety of musical styles at Decatur’s Rhodes Ferry Park on the banks of the Tennessee River.
Decatur Ghost Walk
Every Saturday evening in October, visitors are able to come learn about the spookier side of Decatur’s history through a guided walking tour of Downtown Decatur.
Downtown Decatur Christmas Open House
The Decatur Small Business Association hosts an open house the second Thursday in November for businesses downtown. Participating stores and restaurants offer specials, prizes, demonstrations and entertainment for guests.
Historic Decatur Christmas Tour
Visitors come from all over to drive through the Albany and Old Decatur historic districts and view the beautiful decorations. On the 2nd Saturday in December, visitors can enter some of the historic homes to view interior decorations.
Enchanted Forest of Decatur
The Enchanted Forest of Decatur, located in Founders’ Park across from Old State Bank, is a family-oriented fundraiser benefiting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. It is free to the public and gives visitors the chance to see Christmas trees decorated by different local organizations.