The Druid City Arts Festival’s (DCAF) goal is to provide a quality arts and music festival, while also educating, engaging, and inspiring both youth and adults about the arts and humanities within the Tuscaloosa community. Throughout the years, many “undiscovered” artists who are now in textbooks, galleries, and museums have exhibited at DCAF.
DCAF strives to showcase work of exceptional quality and creativity by artists in a variety of areas, which include: contemporary art and sculpture, contemporary craft, traditional/heritage craft, and folk/self-taught artists.
A two-day outdoor juried arts festival that attracts 30,000 visitors to the area. More than 300 booths are filled with contemporary artist from throughout the United States, nationally acclaimed visionary folk artist and demonstrations by expert traditional craftsmen. For an arts experience unparalleled anywhere, join us the third weekend in October. Hailed as the best of all things Southern, Kentuck is an experience just waiting for you.Visit Website
Native American performing artist, craftspeople and musicians demonstrating the culture of Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw and Seminole Indians. It’s a homecoming of sorts to the Moundville site for the Indians. Moundville which was America’s largest city north of Mexico 800 years ago, now attracts more than 14,000 visitors each year. Festival includes a tour of an excavated earth area, stone- chipping demonstration, performing arts stage, living history camp, food and more.Visit Website
The Sakura Festival celebrates ties with our sister city of Narashino, Japan. Events held throughout March include exhibits, performances and educational opportunities around Japanese culture. Highlights include the Haiku and art contest, tea ceremony, Girls Day and Matsuri in the Mall, a one-day event that brings together much of Sakura’s offerings.Visit Website