The Birmingham–Jefferson Convention Complex is a sports, convention and entertainment complex located in Birmingham, Alabama. The Sheraton Birmingham Hotel is located on the complex adjoining the convention center
Originally built in 1929 by L.H. Pennington, the buildings that have become the core of Iron City Birmingham have had a long history in the auto industry and left a lasting impression on the Southside landscape. It offers a two-floor layout that includes three concert stages, state of the art sound system, two bars and a restaurant.
Oak Mountain Amphitheatre, formerly known as the Verizon Wireless Music Center, is an outdoor amphitheater, owned by Live Nation, located in Pelham, Alabama, a few miles south of Birmingham. It is the largest outdoor music venue in Alabama.