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The '''Trussville Entertainment District''' is a four-block area near the northwest corner of the [[Chalkville Road]] and [[Trussville Main Street|Main Street]] intersection. The centerpiece of the district is a 27-foot stage and area for 2,500 attendees, and a large pavilion, as well as bike racks, parking areas, benches, and a green space.
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The '''Trussville Entertainment District''' is a four-block area near the northwest corner of the [[Chalkville Road]] and [[Main Street (Trussville)|Main Street]] intersection. The centerpiece of the district is a 27-foot stage and area for 2,500 attendees, and a large pavilion, as well as bike racks, parking areas, benches, and a green space.
  
 
The district was designed by [[TurnerBatson]] and was dedicated on [[October 27]], [[2020]]. The district is owned by the City of [[Trussville]] and at opening is managed by [[Ferus Artisan Ales]], which opened in the district in [[2018]].
 
The district was designed by [[TurnerBatson]] and was dedicated on [[October 27]], [[2020]]. The district is owned by the City of [[Trussville]] and at opening is managed by [[Ferus Artisan Ales]], which opened in the district in [[2018]].

Revision as of 14:02, 24 November 2020

The Trussville Entertainment District is a four-block area near the northwest corner of the Chalkville Road and Main Street intersection. The centerpiece of the district is a 27-foot stage and area for 2,500 attendees, and a large pavilion, as well as bike racks, parking areas, benches, and a green space.

The district was designed by TurnerBatson and was dedicated on October 27, 2020. The district is owned by the City of Trussville and at opening is managed by Ferus Artisan Ales, which opened in the district in 2018.

Commercial tenants include Ferus and Cookie Dough Magic.

References

  • Rebman, Stephanie (June 22, 2020) "In photos: Trussville Entertainment District coming to fruition." Birmingham Business Journal
  • Thomas, Erica (October 27, 2020) "Trussville celebrates dedication of Entertainment District." Trussville Tribune
  • Lloyd, Gary (November 19, 2020) "Ferus Artisan Ales booking events for Trussville’s downtown pavilion and stage area." Trussville Tribune

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