The festival is hosted on Memorial Day weekend in Point Mallard Park (Decatur) every year. Alabama Jubilee Balloon Classic doesn’t require admission or parking fees, which makes it a super affordable celebration spot.
The event features traditional and tethered balloon rides and a one-of-a-kind night glow display. You’ll witness over 50 balloons light up in the sky, creating a giant Christmas-tree-ornament effect. There is also a firework show on the last day, planned to begin at about 10 pm.
In addition to the balloon demonstrations, there will be lots of activities, like music concerts, a camping town, fragrant food booths, arts & crafts stores, and even an antique car show. Remember that Alabama Jubilee Classic is a no-drone zone, so we suggest leaving your device at home.