September 29 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2012: Cahaba Brewing Company opened to the public.
- 2007: The second annual Taste of 4th Avenue Jazz Festival was held in conjunction with the Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival.
- 2007: The second annual Paws Across the Parkway was held in Roebuck.
- 2002: The Station nightclub closed.
- 1999: Robert Baker was ordained a Bishop.
- 1941: The 1941 Alabama State Fair opened.
- 1905: A predecessor of the No. 7 Wylam-Bush Hills streetcar line extended its service to Tuxedo Junction.
- 1886: Architect Harry Wheelock married Louise Oakley Coffin.
- 1879: Builder Frank O'Brien began work on Alice Furnaces.
- 1966: Percussionist John Scalici was born in Birmingham.
- 1961: NBA player Eddie Phillips was born.
- 1943: Author and artist Lorenzo Pace was born in Birmingham.
- 1842: Banker John Henley was born in Montgomery.
- 1805: Michael Tuomey, the first state geologist of Alabama, was born in Cork, Ireland.
- 2013: Attorney W. L. Williams Jr died.
- 2007: Attorney Hugo Black III died.
- 2007: James Crutcher, founder of Faith Missionary Baptist Church, died.
- 1999: Cotesworth Lewis, rector of Bruton Parish Church in Williamsburg, Virginia, died.
- 2007: BSC Panthers lost 44-14 at Trinity College.
- 2007: Samford lost at Eastern Kentucky 20-43.
- 2007: UAB Blazers lost 30-38 to Tulsa in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
- 2006: The Hoover Bucs played a nationally televised football game against John Curtis Christian High School of River Ridge, Louisiana.
- 2001: Miles College defeated Stillman College in the Steel City Classic 24-22.
- 1962: Bobby Bowden's Howard Bulldogs defeated the National University of Mexico's Pumas Dorados 40-0 at Seibert Stadium.