Held at Point Mallard Park in Decatur, Alabama, The Alabama Jubilee has been flying for 36 years; join us this year for number 37!
Thanks to our generous and loyal sponsors, the Alabama Jubilee is a free event to the public. The only fee you might pay is a $1 ~ 2 it costs to ride the shuttle busses, if you need to park at one of our remote parking lots.
The Alabama Jubilee features sixty balloons from around the US
Visitors are encouraged to come out for the day to see these magnificent flying machines in action an are allowed to freely walk amongst the balloons.
Saturday morning is the 'hare & hound' race and during the evening there is the always popular Balloon Glow that lights up the night sky.
Sunday morning balloons fly-into the field in the Lynn Layton Key Grab and during the evening many balloons offer free tethered rides!
The Alabama Jubilee features live acts and shows and many local and regional bands have played some of their first shows on our stage. Veterans are honored during an onstage ceremony and live radio acts ham it up!
Each year the Southland Flywheelers host a Tractor Show by the T.C. Almon Recreation Center. The show features the best restored and maintained tractors in the southeast. Come and see the tractors on display and the roaring power the demonstrations!
The Decatur Arts Guild sponsors the Arts and Crafts show at the open air pavilion opposite T.C. Almon.
Exhibitors feature some of the most unique products found at any festival in the southeast: Pottery, Hand-Caned Baskets, Scroll Art, and even Iron Work can be found among the unique collections.
If you would like to be a showing artist please contact the Decatur Art Guild.
Come and see the classic cars at the Alabama Jubilee Auto Expo. Marvel over custom restorations, original vintage autos, kit cars and more.
If you own a classic car you too can participate by joining us Saturday morning and registering. You can win door prizes, and show off your ride!