Druid City Arts Festival | March 24, 2012 | Tuscaloosa, AL


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DCAF 2013 is set for April 6, 2013, at Government Plaza! 

Now in its fourth year, The Druid City Arts Festival has had rich success in introducing new music and visual artists to the Tuscaloosa community. This year the festival is pleased to announce a new partnership between the Tuscaloosa Tourism & Sports Commission and Creative Campus in production of the festival. Mark your calendars! The event will be held at Government Plaza on Saturday, April 6, from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. It’s free admission so come out & enjoy!

DCAF’s primary goal is to promote the appreciation of the arts, culture and community.



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DCAF Map 2013

Map by: Taylor Stec

Main Stage Music Lineup

11:00-11:45 am: Chris Hale (reverbnation.com/chrishalebanjo)


12:00-12:45 pm: The Birmingham Seven (www.birminghamseven.com)


1:00-1:45 pm: The Doctors and The Lawyers (http://thedoctorsandthelawyers.bandcamp.com/track/not-alone)


2:00-2:45 pm: Looksy (http://looksy.bandcamp.com)


3:00-3:45 pm: Kadesh & The Perfect Strangers (www.youtube.com/KadeshFlow)


4:00-4:45 pm: Shiny Machine (http://www.shiny-machine.com)


5:00-6:00 pm: Carroline Shines



15 Minute Performance Slots


  1. 11:45am: GOLIGHTLY

  2. 12:45pm: Southview Elementary African Drumming Ensemble

  3. 1:45pm: Wolfman Chris

  4. 2:45pm: Philip Sims

  5. 3:45pm: Katrina Barclay

Artists Lineup

  1. All Things Shiny Italian Charms & More by Tina Johnson

  2. Kate’s Customs by Katie Daly

  3. Kentuck Clay Co-Op by Frederick Mitchell

  4. Paintings by Ronnie Hunt

  5. Handmade Wreaths & Garlands by Haley Rolison

  6. Creative Colorful Jewelry by Leah Dodd

  7. Beads by Me For You by Lee Anne Jones

  8. Bow Diddles by Cat Stelman

  9. Vintage Bracelets & Shirts by Daphne Wright & Elizabeth Keller

  10. Anthony Tavis Folk Art by Anthony Tavis

  11. A Painted Piece by Beverly Mabry

  12. JAM Baskets by Michael & Jill Miller

  13. Handpicked Goods by Sara Hart

  14. Reflections Jewelry Co. by Gabrielle Smith

  15. DS Art by Donald Stewart & Sue Ellen Brown

  16. Skull Garden Art by Amy Swartz

  17. DBA Little Bee Designs by Rebecca C. Royen

  18. Grace Aberdean Habitat Alchemy by Jamie B. Cicatiello

  19. This Ol’ Thing Vintage by Lori Watts

  20. 2quilt Or Not 2quilt by Christine LeClair

  21. Prose & Palaver Vintage by Mandy Nelson

  22. Lillie Bees by Shae Byrd

  23. Arts & Crafts by Katie Whatley

  24. Tiki Bar Soap by Amanda Stott

  25. Core Ventures by Corina Nakashima

  26. All Things Mona’s by Mona Derrow

  27. Waters Hair Accessories by Burnadetta Waters

  28. Paintings, Prints, Jewelry, & Garden Art by Kayleigh Walder

  29. Restoring Piece by Brandon Bowen

  30. Mosaic Items by Douglas Kirkley

  31. Copper Enameled Pieces by Jane Cotton

  32. Barb’s Branches by Barbara Dollar

  33. Fire Horse Pottery by Kerry Kennedy

  34. Our Little Fairytale by Toni Kaye Pope & Jessica Lauren Hicks

  35. Chic Aprons & Decor by Kimberly Carter

  36. Creative Co-Op by Lori Taylor

  37. Raw Reality Imaging by Thomas German

  38. Danny Hartley Interiors by Danny Hartley

  39. Waters Edge Jewelry Booth by Emily Leiter

More to come…

* All artists who pre-paid by 3 PM on Friday, April 5th will be featured in our DCAF program.


Q: How much does the day festival cost?

A: Free! We believe in a community atmosphere that brings people together for art. The festival opens at 11 am and will close after the headliner performs on Saturday evening.

Q: Will there be food?

A: Yes. Food vendors will be available selling food and beverage throughout the day. The festival is located in the heart of Tuscaloosa where a variety of restaurants are in walking distance of our rockin’ good time!

Q: I have children. Will there be any activities for them?

A: Yes. There will be a kid’s area complete with age appropriate activities and friendly volunteers. Your children will have a great time!

Q: Where can I park?

A: Government Plaza is located right next to the brand new Tuscaloosa Intermodal Facility that offers multiple levels of free parking. You can enter the festival site directly from the parking deck. Also, free parking is available in the downtown area.

Q: What if there is inclement weather on the day of the festival?

A: The festival will be a rain or shine event. In the case of severe weather conditions, DCAF team members will direct you where to go.

Q: Can I smoke on the festival grounds?

A: Smoking will not be allowed at the festival.


Want to participate in the 2013 Festival?

Druid City Arts Festival presents over 130 artists, musicians, and performers of all types. If you are interested in participating, please click on the appropriate link below.


Various pieces of Art hanging on display at last years' festival.



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