Entertainment Center in Madison AL

Alabama Women in Jazz Festival | August 5

Alabama Women in Jazz Festival | August 5

Presented by Valley Events and Entertainment, Inc.

Date: Saturday, August 5th, 2017
Time: 1:00 pm – 10:00 pm
PlaceInsanity Complex, 100 Skate Park Drive, Madison AL 35758
Attire: Casual, however no baseball caps, hats, shorts, or flip flops permitted.


Tickets available online NOW! Click here for special deal.

Or at the following locations:

  • Arts Huntsville, 700 Monroe St SW #2, Huntsville AL 35801, (256) 519-2787
  • DuBose’s Shoes & Clothing Store, 107A Parkway Dr, Huntsville AL 35801, (256) 489-2236
  • James Music, 2422 Memorial Pkwy N, (256) 776-7966

$50 VIP Backstage Package. NO VIP tickets will be sold at the door.
$25 General Admission. Will be sold at the door.
$500 Corporate tables available.
Make a donation for a good cause! Contact (256) 262-7911.

*All guests must be 21 or older and have a valid ID. No coolers, chairs, outside food or drink, or animals (other than service animals) allowed.

August 5, 2017 doors open @ 1:00 PM Insanity Entertainment Complex, 100 Skate Park Drive Madison, AL 35758 for the 3rd Annual Alabama Women in Jazz Festivalwith a hint of blues. Live performances, dancing, food and vendor bazaar, and more!

The Alabama Women in Jazz Festival is a program under Valley Arts and Entertainment, Inc., a charitable organization who supports youth in music and women in music for the specific purpose of Valley Arts Music Scholarship Program and the jazz program.


Freda Payne

We are especially excited this year to welcome Freda Payne who makes her first appearance in Huntsville, Alabama. Freda may be recognized by her 1970’s hits, BAND OF GOLD and BRING THE BOYS HOME.

Paula Atherton

A sax player/vocalist and songwriter. Paula has shared the stage with such contemporary jazz notable as The Rippingtons, Nick Colionne, and more. The single” Between You & Me” featuring Cindy Bradley on trumpet, reached #21 on Billboard.

B.J. Miller

She is jazz and blues, that’s right we are giving you a hint of blues this year and she is an Alabama woman musician. B.J. has played with a multitude of artists; sings, writes, and arranges music; plays keyboards and BLOWS THAT TROMBONE!