New Huntsville music festival launching earlier than planned; Goodwyn Mills Cawood moving Auburn office; ADS-TEC Energy names SVP in Auburn; Mobile’s largest shopping center adding tenants

A new multi-day multi-stage music festival planned for Huntsville in 2025 will launch later this year

New Huntsville music festival launching earlier than planned

A new multi-day multi-stage music festival planned for Huntsville in 2025 will launch later this year. The city has contracted C3 Presents, producers of events such as Bonnaroo and the NFL Draft, to produce the September festival. The lineup will be announced in April. – AL.com

Goodwyn Mills Cawood moving Auburn office

Goodwyn Mills Cawood, an architecture and engineering firm based in Montgomery, is moving its Auburn office. The company is moving into the new AuburnBank Center, a facility designed by GMC. It is in the heart of Auburn at the corner of Gay Street and Magnolia Avenue. – Goodwyn Mills Cawood

ADS-TEC Energy names SVP in Auburn

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Germany-based ADS-TEC Energy has named Renato Gross as senior vice president of ADSE, its subsidiary in Auburn. The company specializes in battery-buffered, ultra-fast EV charging technology. – BusinessWire

Mobile’s largest shopping center adding tenants

The Shoppes at Bel Air in Mobile is adding several new food options in hopes to draw families back to the area’s largest shopping center. A Korean restaurant and bakery are among the new offerings that owners hope will bring people – some who are worried about safety – back to the mall. – News 5

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