Become a Member
Your membership with the ASC supports our commitment to expand the power of the fine arts deep into our community and school systems. Your tax-deductible donation enables us to provide affordable ticket prices to the highest caliber performers, free or low-cost arts education programs, and free community outreach initiatives through ArtPlay, which reaches more than 12,000 people annually. The membership dollars we receive ensure a continued level of excellence at the ASC that benefits our entire community, allowing art, hope, love, and life to flourish
We designed this family-friendly package with you in mind. Enjoy great benefits and arts experiences that will create a lifetime of fond family memories. View more Family Circle information.
This membership is designed for young professionals who enjoy live performances, social events, educational activities, and giving back to the community. View more Junior Patrons information.
Volunteers form a vital part of the Alys Stephens Center. During the year, there are hundreds of events at the ASC that depend on generous volunteers. All volunteers receive an orientation and communication throughout the year. View more Volunteer information.
For this year’s summer concert, the smaller summer choir will feature the music of recording artists Erica Campbell, Kevin Lemmons, Kirk Franklin and The Commodores, as well as selections from the UAB Gospel Choir’s “Mirrors” CD. Proceeds from the concert will help with expenses related to the choir’s 20th anniversary reunion weekend this fall and its planned tour in Canada in May 2016.
They’ve rocked some of the biggest stages in the business. Finally, Robert Randolph & The Family Band are bringing
their intense, good-time funk, and brilliant pedal steel guitar playing to the ASC. » First, let’s talk guitar. Randolph’s
unprecedented prowess on his instrument garnered him a spot on Rolling Stone’s “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time”
list. Rolling Stone called the group “one of the most intense live acts in all of jamdom,” making their appearance at the ASC one that should not be missed. Robert Randolph & The Family Band will be a show that will have you dancing in your seat!
Finally. Rickie Lee Jones is coming back to Birmingham! The ASC is thrilled to present the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter for an evening of musical reminiscing and exploration. Jones exploded onto the pop scene in 1979 and has made a career of fearlessly experimenting with her sound and persona over 15 critically acclaimed albums. A cultural phenomenon, she graced the cover of Rolling Stone twice in two years, and performed an unprecedented three songs during her second appearance on “Saturday Night Live.” Her latest album and first new music in over a decade, The Other Side of Desire was written, recorded, and rooted in New Orleans.