The Hummingbird Stage and Taproom opened its doors on June 21, 2005. Since then, we have provided the Middle Georgia area with the finest in national, regional and local live music, and the coolest place to drink and mingle with friends. Since its inception, The Hummingbird has consistently been voted the people’s choice as “Best Overall Bar,” “Best Place To Hear Live Music,” “Best Bar Staff,” and other awards.
Q: Who owns Hummingbird?
- A: The Hummingbird is operated by Stanvic Entertainment, LLC.
Q: Who owns the building?
- A: The property at 430 Cherry Street is owned by Tony and Jennifer Long.
Q: Can I rent The Hummingbird?
- A: Yes, The Hummingbird Stage and Taproom is available for weddings, birthdays or any other special occasion but on Sunday only. The fee is $1,500 which includes the entire venue including the patio, a DJ and bartender. Contact
to book your party today.
Q: Can I work at The Hummingbird?
- A: Maybe. We get lots of inquiries and applications. Our staff is the best and most hiring is done because of attrition.
Q: What kinds of acts can I see at The Hummingbird?
- A: You can see a wide variety of entertaining acts at The Bird. Friday and Saturday nights we feature the best in national, regional and local bands. Local, think Big Mike and the Booty Papas, Abby Owens; Regional, think American Aquarium, Packway Handle Band; National, think Drivin n Cryin, James McMurtry, Jason Isbell, Tony Joe White, Bottle Rockets, Unknown Hinson. Weekdays we have trivia, vinyl night, bingo, and dj’s. Check out our calendar page for upcoming shows, our specials page to drink and activity specials throughout the week, and out tickets page to purchase tickets to a show.
Q: Does The Hummingbird serve food?
- A: No, but we are surrounded by lots of great restaurants, some who will deliver to The Bird.
Q: How old do I have to be to visit The Hummingbird?
- A: Standard policy is 21 and up, but we do occasionally have all ages shows. If you are bringing your kid to see a band we usually accommodate you. We strongly enforce under-aged drinking policies.
Q: Can my band play The Hummingbird?
- A: Maybe. We get A TON of booking requests every day and stage time is limited. Ask yourself these questions then give yourself and honest answer: “Is my band as good as I think it is?” “Is my music popular with a large cross section of people?” “Does my music promote alcohol sales?” If you answer “no” to any of these, then our answer is “no” or “not again.” If you answer yes to all three submit a booking request on our booking page.