Looney's Tavern

Winston County Arts Council announces renovation plans for Looney's Complex after purchase completed


Celebrating the new ownership of the Looney’s Tavern complex by the Winston County Arts Council are, from left, Greg Farris, Heather Tucker, Coy and Shirley Sudduth, Blythe Welton, Cindy Bryant, Larry Welton, J.D. and Theresa Snoddy, David Snoddy and Mickey and T.J. Milligan, who formerly owned the property.
LAKESHORE - The rich history and heritage of the Looney’s Tavern Amphitheater and complex will no longer be a distant memory, now that it is being revived with endless plans for future development.

Winston County Arts Council seeks future at Looney’s


From left, J.D. Snoddy, president of the Winston County Arts Council, Theresa Snoddy, vice president and grant writer for the arts council and Tracey Alvey, artistic director of the Alabama Ballet, visit the former Looney’s Tavern amphitheater.
LAKESHORE - A revival is about to take place at the site which once housed Looney’s Tavern complex and amphitheater, and it is not a church meeting.

Looney’s Tavern severely vandalized


The front windows at the Dual Destiny Theater - part of the Looney's Tavern complex - are shattered, with vandals considered by police as the culprits.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - The complex which formerly housed Looney’s Tavern Amphitheater, a site which drew many tourists for several years, was most recently the site of at least $10,000 worth of vandalism, which is being actively investigated by the Double Springs Police Department.