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Vince Gill and Amy Grant will be in concert this week in Huntsville

Huntsville has several great events coming up within the next week, from concerts to revivals. There is also a possibility of winter weather over the week here in Huntsville. Here is your look at the week ahead in Huntsville.

Vince Gill and Amy Grant will be in concert this week in Huntsville
Photo by Rick Diamond

Vince Gill and Amy Grant in concert

Country singer Vince Gill will be in concert here in Huntsville this week, along with his wife, pop singer Amy Grant. The concert will be held Thursday, February 13th, at 8 p.m. in the VBC Concert Hall. Tickets start at $56 and go up to $76.

Other events happening this week...

SHIPPS BAPTIST CHURCH REVIVAL-- Bro. Bud Durham will preach a three day revival at Shipps Baptist Church on Little Cove Road in Gurley. The revival begins Monday, February 10th, and goes through Wednesday, February 12th. Services will be each night at 7 p.m. The services are FREE to the public.

ABBA MUSIC FEATURED-- The Huntsville Symphony Orchestra will perform the music of the rock band ABBA in a Valentines Day concert. The concert will be at the VBC Concert Hall on Friday, February 14th, at 7:30 p.m. Ticket costs vary depending on seat location.

GOV'T MULE PERFORMS-- Gov't Mule will be in concert Tuesday, February 11th, at the VBC Concert Hall. The concert begins at 8 p.m. with tickets sold at $28.50 each.

Winter weather could happen this week

As of the time that this article was written, Huntsville and the surrounding areas were under a WINTER STORM WATCH from Monday, February 10th, through Tuesday, February 11th. Please check event venues to see if events are cancelled or postponed due to the weather prior to traveling to an event. Also, ensure that you travel safely during winter weather and have an emergency plan ready.

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