Bald Eagle Bash

Local seafood. Local brews. Local talent. This annual event brings it all together in the perfect South Alabama environment overlooking beautiful—and diverse—Weeks Bay.

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Mark your calendars for April 30, 2022!

It’s never too early to plan a party! The Bald Eagle Bash committee is hard at work making plans for the 12th annual Party for Preservation. The date is Saturday, April 30, and . . . drum roll please . . . for the first time we will have not one but TWO local bands to entertain and keep us on our feet. Ross Newell, lead singer from The Mulligan Brothers, one of the most popular Bash bands back in the day, will open, followed by Paw Paw’s Medicine Cabinet. This will be Paw Paw’s first appearance at the Bash!

After 2021’s sell-out event, tickets for the Bash will certainly go quickly. Sponsorships are available now, with sponsors getting a certain number of tickets based on sponsor level. Tickets will go on sale in the spring. Tickets for SALT members are $55 and non-members are $65.

Bald Eagle Bash is South Alabama Land Trust’s principal fund raiser, and provides revenue for land, water, and wildlife protection, along with education and outreach programs. With the help of business and individual sponsors, Bald Eagle Bash has earned more than half a million dollars to protect the land for all living things.

2021 Bald Eagle Bash Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor – $7000

Blue Heron Sponsors – $2500

Coastal Land Trust

Friends – $250

  • Shawn and Holly Alves
  • CenterState Bank
  • Committee to Elect Kevin Boone
  • Community Bank
  • Ebert Agency
  • Ferguson
  • FirstFour Staffing LLC
  • Guthrie’s
  • Goodwyn Mills Cawood, LLC
  • Hand Arendall Harrison Sale LLC
  • Hays Holmes Photography
  • Kaiser Sotheby’s International Realty
  • Kaiser Vacation Rentals
  • Jim and Barbara Lenaghan
  • Martin and Mona Lester
  • LuLu’s Homeport Marine
  • McCurley & Associates
  • Nature Connect
  • Organogenesis
  • Mike and Debbie Quinn
  • Riverview Turf
  • Shoemaker Gynecology
  • Thames Batre Insurance
  • Walter Kirkland and Judy Culbreth