1994 City Stages

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The 1994 City Stages was the 6th annual edition of "Birmingham's World-Class Music Festival", held June 17-19, 1994 in downtown Birmingham, centered on Linn Park. 195 acts played 11 stages. The daily ticket was $10, or $14 for a weekend pass. The estimated attendance was 250,000.

Betse Henle chaired the Chubb Classical Music Oasis stage.

Poster

The 1994 City Stages poster was designed by Dan Browning

Line up

Coca Cola Classic Stage

  • Friday
    • 6:45: Beau Jocque & the Zydeco High Rollers
    • 8:10: Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
    • 9:45: The Band
  • Saturday
  • Sunday
    • 12:30: Scott Boyer & the Decoys
    • 1:35: The Bluedads
    • 2:40: Legal Tender
    • 3:45: Basin Brothers
    • 5:15: Tabu Ley Rochereau et Orchestre Afrisa L'International
    • 6:55: Jimmy Thackery & the Drivers
    • 8:40: UnityGlow
    • 9:00: B. B. King

HealthSouth Stage

  • Friday
    • 7:00: Junior Wells
    • 8:25: Michelle Shocked & the Casualties of Wah
    • 10:10: George Clinton & the P-Funk All-Stars
  • Saturday
    • 11:45: Stained Mecca
    • 12:50: Proxy
    • 1:55: Locust Fork Band
    • 3:00: Carolyn Wonderland & the Imperial Monkeys
    • 4:10: Ashley Cleveland
    • 5:35: Gravy
    • 6:45: Keri Leigh & the Blue Devils
    • 8:10: Maceo Parker & Roots Revisited
    • 9:40: The Neville Brothers
  • Sunday
    • 12:45: The Ticks
    • 1:50: Alice Bargeron
    • 2:55: TBA
    • 4:20: Shaver (Billy Joe Shaver & Eddy Shaver)
    • 5:45: Turner Nichols
    • 7:25: The Mavericks
    • 9:10: Tracy Lawrence

Miller Genuine Draft Stage

  • Friday
    • 7:00: Jupiter Coyote
    • 8:40: Robben Ford & The Blue Line
    • 10:20: The Indigo Girls
  • Saturday
    • 12:00: Sea of Rains
    • 1:05: Hungerfield
    • 2:10: Space Camp
    • 3:20: Vallejo
    • 4:30: Shallow
    • 5:40: Hank Flamingo
    • 7:05: Donna the Buffalo
    • 8:30: Freddy Jones Band
    • 9:55: 311
  • Sunday
    • 12:45: Skycow
    • 1:50: The Sleepys
    • 2:55: Hootie & the Blowfish
    • 4:15: Chuck Prophet & the Creatures of Habit
    • 5:40: The Fleshtones
    • 7:05: The Continental Drifters
    • 8:45: Widespread Panic

Chubb Classical Music Oasis

Birmingham News/Krystal Stage

Nabisco/Magic 96 Children's Stage

Alabama Sampler Stage

Talking Tent/Dancefest

Afrikan Village

BellSouth Mobility Music Café

  • Friday
    • 6:45: Wendy Bucklew & Skin Horse
    • 7:45: Todd Snider
    • 8:45: David Wilcox
    • 10:05: Loudon Wainwright III
  • Saturday
  • Sunday
    • 12:30: ASCAP winners
    • 1:25: Radar Rose
    • 2:20: Mark Graham
    • 3:15: Rollin' in the Hay
    • 4:10: Marlee McCloud & the Lonesome Choir
    • 5:20: Alejandro Escovedo
    • 6:35: Peter Case
    • 7:50: Heartbeats Rhythm Quartet
    • 9:10: Steve Forbert

GospelFest

External links

City Stages
Site: Linn Park and Downtown Birmingham
By year: 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998
1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009
Miscellaneous: Gallery of City Stages posters

References

  • Carlton, Bob (June 12, 1998) "City Stages retrospective." Birmingham News