WICKED, Memphis' most "popular" musical is returning after shattering box office records the last time it played the Orpheum. The Broadway sensation looks at what happened in the Land of Oz…but from a different angle. Long before Dorothy arrives, there is another young woman, born with emerald-green skin—smart, fiery, misunderstood, and possessing an extraordinary talent. When she meets a bubbly blonde who is exceptionally popular, their initial rivalry turns into the unlikeliest of friendships…until the world decides to call one "good," and the other one "wicked."
From the first electrifying note to the final breathtaking moment, WICKED — the untold true story of the Witches of Oz — transfixes audiences with its wildly inventive story that USA Today cheers is "a complete triumph! An original musical that will make you laugh, cry, and think."
March 7 @ 7:30 pmMarch 8 @ 2 & 7:30 pmMarch 9 @ 8 pmMarch 10 @ 2 & 8 pmMarch 11 @ 1 & 6:30 pmMarch 13 @ 7:30 pmMarch 14 @ 7:30 pmMarch 15 @ 7:30 pmMarch 16 @ 8 pmMarch 17 @ 2 & 8 pmMarch 18 @ 1 & 6:30 pmMarch 20 @ 7:30 pmMarch 21 @ 7:30 pmMarch 22 @ 7:30 pmMarch 23 @ 8 pmMarch 24 @ 2 & 8 pmMarch 24 @ 1 & 6:30 pm
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Every Wednesday, we have Geeks Who Drink Pub Quizzes set up at the taproom. This hilarious 8-round trivia is FREE! There will be a few Ghost River prizes to win, many inappropriate jokes, and plenty plenty of beer. Show us what you got."Our quizzes cover everything from celebrities in trouble to wordplay to bad television. Each quiz has two audio rounds: a "Name that Tune” style round, and another round comprised of soundbites from movies and TV. Play in teams of up to six or by yourself if you're some kind of savant. If you want to play but don’t have a team, come anyway. We can usually get single players recruited onto an existing team. Winning teams gets street cred, bar cash and other prizes depending on the venue. You don’t have to be a trivia God to enjoy the quiz. Since you’re playing on a team, the collective knowledge base makes for more fun, less pressure. It’s not final friggin' Jeopardy."
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Have your selection from 15+ local food trucks every Thursday in Court Square Park!
Trucks serve food from 11 am - 2 pm
Food truck selection varies each week. Enjoy extra seating and picnic tables, perfect weather, and live music throughout the year! Click here for more information on the Food Truck Thursday Concert Series and follow along with artists playing in the park!
Lenten Preaching Series 2018 February 15 – March 23, 2018 Tuesdays – Fridays 12:05 pm-12:40 pm Waffle Shop Tuesdays – Fridays 11:00 am-1:30 pm For nearly a century, the people of Calvary Church have taken on a curious Lenten practice.
We cook waffles and much more for all of downtown Memphis to enjoy, and we invite wise and inspiring preachers into our pulpit from places near and far (geographically, philosophically, and even temperamentally). The combination is rich in every way. But the real reward for the many hours of peeling shrimp for mousses and chopping parsley for fish puddings (actual Waffle Shop delicacies) is the way Calvary's doors open wide and Memphis streams in. Whoever you are, I do hope that stream includes you.
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Sample various wines in store for free!
Weekly specials for you to take a bottle home.
Players gather their teams and compete against other teams with a variety of questions sure to please all demographics. Questions are divided into broad categories like sports, history, and music, as well as specific categories like cartoons, architecture, and fashion.
Click here for more information You can have as many people on your team as you want.Prizes are$40 in High Cotton Cash for 1st Place$25 in High Cotton Cash for 2nd$15 in High Cotton Cash for 3rdOpen to all ages!
Corner Bar Saturday Brunch
11AM – 2PM
Served on The Corner Bar
Brunchy bites and spirited delights! The Corner’s Bar’s Saturday Brunch menu includes a Brunch Pizza and Cinnamon S’mores French Toast along with brunch cocktails for $5 each.
Information: 901-529-4000 (reservations not required)
Sundays are for beer, fried chicken, and waffles. And brunch drinks. And music. And football. That's why every Sunday, we have Flying Sobies on site with their delicious fried hens, waffles, and fries. All. Day.Flying Sobies will be on deck slingin' fried or smoked Cornish game hens paired with waffles or fries, though you could probably get both if you're into that. No judgement. You have 5 sauce options for your hen, or you can get it plain. Editor's Note: Memphis Gold sauce all the way.Brunch Drinks include Bloody Beers (Grindhouse Cream Ale combined with your Bloody Mary Mix of choice,) Beer-itas (Prestige Pilsner mixed with Crazy Good Rita Mix,) & Gose-mosas (Our new Howzit Gose paired with OJ.)
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Run with the pack every week with the most dedicated group of runners downtown! Rain or shine, sleet or snow...there's not much we haven't tread. After the run retire to the Underdog Room for food and drink specials. Meet new friends, challenge old ones. Get in shape, have some fun. The best non-guilty beer is after a run! Course changes weekly.
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Trivia Night at the Dirty Crow Inn!
Get your think on! Come on down and win some house cash. Drink specials for players and prizes for the winners. Clues for questions on Challenge Entertainment's FB page. Ka-kah!
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Join us at Edge Alley for Wine Down Wednesday. We will have a live jazz trio (Frog Squad) drink specials, happy hour eats, and $5 glasses of wine.
Jimmy Ogle's Free Walking Tour
The FREE monthly Courthouse Tours happen every third Thursday of each month. Assemble on the southwest steps of the Judge D'Arm Bailey Courthouse, 140 Adams Avenue at 12:00 noon!
All 2018 dates include:
February 15, March 15, April 19, May 17, June 21
10:30am-6pm, March 18; 1-6 p.m. March 25; 1-4 p.m. April 8; 1-2:30 p.m., April 15
Group play continues for the third annual Memphis Riverfront Soccer Cup. The adult, co-ed soccer tournament features 7 vs. 7 players and is played every Sunday from March 4 to April 15, 2018 (excluding Easter Sunday, April 1). Teams compete for the championship title along the Mississippi River on Tom Lee Park’s RiverFit soccer field, installed as part of the Fitness Trail. Bleacher seats are free. Playoffs begin with Elite Eight on March 25. Final Four is April 8, with championship April 15.
WOLF RIVER SINGERS in Concert
Music in Times of Trouble: The Composer as Counselor Ben Legett, Director; Melanie Marcom, Pianist/Organist
Sunday, March 18 – 3:00 PM St. Peter Church 190 Adams Avenue Memphis, TN 38103
Donations accepted at the door ~ Reception to follow. Part of a series celebrating the 95th Anniversary of St. Peter’s Casavant Pipe Organ, one of the oldest instruments in continuous use in this region. “Music, with its power to calm our psyches and lift our spirits, gives voice to our woes while soothing our souls and planting hope in our hearts.” Selections include: De Profundis (Out of the depths I cry to you, Lord) - Albrechtsberger; Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child - Shaw/Parker; There is a Balm - Haywood; Sing Me to Heaven - Gawthrop; Geistliches Lied (Do not be sorrowful or regretful; be calm, as God ordained, and thus my will shall be content) - Brahms; The Beatitudes (Blessed are they that mourn, for they shall be comforted) – Part.
Live music performances and a place for local musicians to network. Hosted by the Memphis Music Commission. No cover.
Carolina Watershed is an indoor/outdoor restaurant and bar that's built in and around a grain silo. Sound cool? It is. So meet us there this month to connect with the most interesting people in Memphis.
We'll have some of CW's top-tier fare to snack on, and the first 50 drinks are on us.
The details: Monday, March 19th at 8pm @ Carolina Watershed
There's no cost and no cover. Just show up and #bringyoursoul. Register to save your spot, and join us in connecting every corner of our city's social scene.
It’s that time again... the Fleet Feet Sports Pub Run Series. We are kicking it off at one of our favorite pubs... The Brass Door. Join us for an easy - paced 3 mile run around downtown, and then stay and have a pint, or more, with us. We can’t wait to run and hang out with you!
Forging on the River is a weekend conference with a pre-conference workshop hosted by the Metal Museum. In addition to the chance to learn from an internationally recognized Master Blacksmith, Forging on the River provides metalsmiths and enthusiasts the opportunity to network, exchange ideas and work collaboratively on projects, while enjoying the Metal Museum exhibitions and grounds. The Metal Museum is excited to welcome Shona Johnson and Pete Hill as our 2018 Forging on the River guest demonstrators.
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Freewheel is kicking off again for its Spring season on March 21st! This FREE event allows you to get a quick workout in while cruising around and learning some Memphis history. Meet up with your friends before and grab a drink from High Cotton Brewing Co. or dinner and coffee from Edge Alleyy then join us for a nice spin around the neighborhood!
If you are interested in joining us, grab your free ticket through Eventbrite!
Avery*Sunshine at New Daisy TheatreMarch 21, 2018Doors: 7:00 PMShow: 8:00 PMTickets go on sale, February 16.
Enjoy a festive happy hour in the city's hottest new restaurant by chefs Andy Ticer and Michael Hudman, the The Gray Canary, and meet winemaker Andre Mack of Mouton Noir wines. Guests will then settle into seats in the adjacent Old Dominick distillery for a family-style dinner and tasting led by Andre Mack.$75 per person(Space is limited to 50 guests)
Join the Memphis Medical District Collaborative for our 2018 Yappy Hour Series. We want you to bring your pups and maybe sip a couple cups. Don’t have a pup? That’s okay! Come out anyway to get to know your neighbors and their four-legged family members! This event is free and open to public.
Location: Edge Triangle — the off-lease dog area at the corner of Madison and N. Orleans
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Luther Dickinson’s 2016 album Blues & Ballads (A Folksinger’s Songbook) Vol. I & II is an ambitious double album that collects twenty-one tunes from throughout the multi-instrumentalist’s life and career—songs he wrote with his rock & roll band the North Mississippi Allstars, songs he learned from friends and family – like his dad, noted producer, musician and Memphis Music Hall of Fame inductee Jim Dickinson), songs passed down to him by his heroes and mentors, songs that have lived in the American subconscious for decades now—and pares them down to their irreducible elements. Voice, guitar, drums. Here and there some blues fife or Beale Street piano. He’ll bring this songbook to life at the Pure Memphis Music Series on March 22, alongside frequent collaborators (The Wandering, among other projects) Sharde Thomas and Amy LaVere.Doors open at 6:30pm. Music Starts promptly at 7:30pmThe Pure Memphis Music Series is made possible thanks to The Downtown Memphis Commission.
Up N’ Smoke”An interactive gathering created to enhance public nightlife”Crowd control: DJ Tuke the Skywalker (101.9 KISS FM)Performances by:BasSickDude Called RobZ Dougie
Come enjoy your lunch hour listening to local up-and-coming Memphis artists and the stories behind their music! This month's Lunch & Listen will feature pop singer-songwriter and dancer LaShonté Anderson. About LaShonté: LaShonté Anderson was born in Nashville and raised in Memphis, TN. She began singing at 3, dancing at 4 and rapping at 7 with an ultimate love for entertaining. This young lady has always been the personification of the arts. Her voice can move mountains while her body seems to put you in a trance and feet move like water. Now, blossoming into her queendom, she sets out on a journey to make her mark in music. This girl has never seen a ceiling or been limited by a box. From singing on a Diet Coke commercial with Taylor Swift, to becoming an Emerging Star under the Consortium MMT, to headlining her own tour in China; this future phenomenon is well on her way. She's worked with some of the biggest stars, but she has a movement of her own. LaShonté has mentored over 5000 kids in her hometown and strives to inspire others to become the best versions of themselves, overcoming any obstacles that may get in their way. Her "let nothing stop me" attitude has granted her opportunities to express her unique style all over the world. She moves like an unstoppable train and her explosiveness cannot be contained! LaShonté is currently recording her second album and planning another international tour. After recently releasing her first single, Karma, and music video, her fans are excited to see what comes next. This new album will feature songs of all genres, show range like you've never heard her before, and visuals that are going to blow you away. Look out for this upcoming star.
South Main's street festival has been celebrated the last Friday of every month for 17 years! Galleries and shops are open late, live music performances, restaurant specials and always something new. Trolley rides are free from Beale to G.E. Patterson, so get on board and join the festivities!
Check out all the latest at the Trolley Night Facebook Page.
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Graham Winchester & Turnstyles
Blues Maestro and One-man Band, Sean "Bad" Apple takes the stage for the second time..check it out!
We are answering the call to action from the student survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School mass shooting. We will (pending city permit approval) march from the Clayborn Temple parking lot (not inside) to the National Civil Rights Museum (convening in the park/plaza right outside of the museum). A group of youth is planning this event! Message us if you want to help plan. We are now an official march of the national March for Our Lives movement. As such, they are asking us to use the following link to get people signed up to march in Memphis. Sign up today at:http://act.everytown.org/event/march-our-lives-events_attend/9235?nr=1&akid=.1313498.6-4-1t
The Memphis Redbirds are holding a free "Family Fun Day" at AutoZone Park from noon-2:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 24, featuring numerous games and activities and an Easter candy drop from a helicopter onto the field at the end of the day!
Family Fun Day is scheduled to include:- Inflatables, games, and activities in the Plaza- Catch on the field- Whiffle ball on the field- Kids Run the Bases at various points throughout the afternoon- Ballpark tours at certain intervals- The St. Louis Cardinals Spring Training game on the videoboard- Chances to win prizes- Ticket specials
To celebrate Easter in a unique and memorable way, the Redbirds will be dropping candy from a helicopter onto the field for kids to collect as the event finishes!
Concessions will be available for purchase on the concourse.
MORE INFO: http://atmilb.com/2IqBh3a
Calling all fans! We're having a pregame party with Memphis Grizzlies! Stop by for beer specials and Grizzlies prizes. Lucky winners can head on over to the game afterwards. The rest will have to cheer on with us & our beer!There will be $1 off Grindhouse pints during the pregame AND during the game, so stick around!RAFFLE items:TBA* MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN *
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Promo Night: Grizzlies Lunchbox to first 5,000 fans in attendance for Grizz’s Birthday
The Father of Newgrass and King of Telluride has long since established himself as roots royalty, revered for both his solo and sideman work, which includes time with Emmylou Harris, Lyle Lovett, and Béla Fleck. But instead of kicking back and soaking up honors such as an Americana Music Association Lifetime Achievement Award and suite of GRAMMYs and International Bluegrass Music Association trophies, Bush still strives relentlessly to create something new.
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The 2nd annual 901 Popper Throwdown is returning to the Memphis Medical District and Edge neighborhood to see who can cook the best jalapeño popper.
City Tasting Tours presents an unforgettable fusion of culinary skills and art through this chef collaboration dinner experience with Chef Brian Michael Patrick of Rizzo's Diner and Chef Manuel Rivera of Maciel's Tacos.Please contact Cristina McCarter if you have any questions. 901-826-2376 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
On March 26 at 7 PM, come join Indie Memphis at Clayborn Temple for a viewing of The Quiet One. The Quiet One is part documentary, part poetry on film, and more than anything “a story of a human being’s search for love." Special introduction by Donal Harris, Assistant Professor of English at the University of Memphis.
Freewheel is a FREE event allows you to get a quick workout in while cruising around and learning some Memphis history. Meet up with your friends before and grab a drink from High Cotton Brewing Co. or dinner and coffee from Edge Alley then join us for a nice spin around the neighborhood! If you are interested in joining us, grab your free ticket through Eventbrite!
This year we have partnered with Explore Bike Share and you will be able to test out the new bikes that will soon be aviable for renting around the city!
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Raise a glass and raise funds for courageous and confident girls!We're combining our love for cookies with High Cotton Brewing Co.'s love for beer to offer a palette pleasing experience at the 4th Annual Cookies on Tap benefitting Girl Scouts Heart of the South.Enjoy a flight of four High Cotton Brewing Co. beers that have been perfectly paired by High Cotton's brew masters to brings out the flavor profile, and taste of the cookie and beer duo.2018 Cookie & Beer Pairings: E.S.B. - Samoas I.P.A. - Savannah SmilesMexican Lager - TrefoilsScottish Ale - Do-Si-DosSpecial to the night is a cookie & growler combo for $20. Bring home a growler of your favorite High Cotton Brewery beer and a box of Girl Scout Cookies to enjoy the pairing over the weekend.The tasting will be go-at-your-own-pace, so if you can't make it until after 6 p.m., it's no problem.Remaining tickets will be $25 at the door, but don't wait! This event sells out every year, so make sure to purchase your tickets today!Guests must be 21 years and older to enjoy the pairings. All ticket sales final.
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Doors 7pm / Show 8pm Ty Dolla $ign: Don’t Judge Me Tour
Born Tyrone Griffin Jr., Ty Dolla $ign has been an in-demand writer, producer, and featured artist since helming YG’s 2010 smash, “Toot It and Boot It (feat. Ty Dolla $ign).” Since then, the GRAMMY Award-nominated singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist, has fast become one of hip-hop’s most highly demanded collaborators, contributing his acclaimed production and writing skills to Chris Brown’s #1 hit, “Loyal,” Kanye West’s “Real Friends” and “Fade," and more.
Opening Trolley Night, Friday, March 30 as the city prepares to kick off the first week of MLK50 events, Art Village Gallery is opening its MKL50 tribute exhibition, Beyond the Balcony. The exhibition will feature artwork by seven local, national and international artists focusing on a theme that supports the subject matter of ascending above and beyond the past ("Beyond the Balcony" - Where do we go from here?") Please join us Friday, March 30 - 6:30 - 8:30 pm. Refreshments and hors d'oeuvres will be provided. Thank you to our gracious exhibition sponsors, Sedgwick Claims Management Services, Inc and The Marston Group, PLC.
South of Beale and MyBlockMusic Present:
MUSIC ON MAIN
Enjoy live music, drink specials, vendors and giveaways along South Main St.!
Music starts at 11 am
For more information contact info [at] myblocksmusic [dot] net
Saturday of Easter Weekend, spend your time at the Yard for Smoke House specialties and spring cocktails, as well as a series of specialty events:EASTER BUNNY Dog Costume Contest 3-6 p.m.ADULT EASTER EGG HUNT8 p.m. under the blue moonEggs will have candy and, for some lucky winners, a free drink card!Loflin Yard will be closed on Easter Sunday.
Rethink hand lettering with Jason Prater, Senior Art Director and Associate Creative Director at Farmhouse.
This is not a lettering workshop. It's a drawing class. And letters are our models. Join lettering pro, designer, and creative director Jason Prater to learn the art of drawing letters.
If you're interested in hand lettering as a new addition to your creative tool belt but don’t know where to begin, the answer is right here. You'll understand the differences between lettering, type design, and calligraphy, and learn how to use your own handwriting as a basis for building beautiful compositions.
Beginning letterers needing a few pro tips to help you push your skill to the next level — this class is for you, too. Don't miss your chance to learn lettering from a local expert.
Tickets include the 4-hour workshop and all supplies.
Tickets $50 - Click here to purchase
Join Backbeat Tours as we celebrate the life of the Man in Black, Johhny Cash!
Beale Street Regular and South Main favorite Chris Hill takes the stage at The Vault for an evening of high-energy and big fun at Downtown's newest music spot!
Hosted by Julie Wheeler. Doors open at 8:30 pm. $10 general admission; $20 VIP. 21+
Join us on Easter Sunday for two delicious and decadent dining options at the "South's Grand Hotel!"Easter Brunch:A lavish brunch buffet served on the Mezzanine overlooking the Grand Lobby of the "South's Grand Hotel." Buffet includes dozens of hot and cold breakfast items, salads, seafood and side dishes in addition to holiday favorites and a 32-foot dessert station. 10 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.$76 for adults, $28 for children ages 5 - 12Menu: bit.ly/2Fz4Jq5Reservations: squ.re/2brk3pYEaster Dinner in Capriccio GrillJoin us in Capriccio Grill for a 3-course Easter feast. 4 p.m. - 10 p.m.$45++ per personMenu: bit.ly/2tLZSw7Reservations: 901-529-4000
DJ (TBA): 3pmLittle Bandit: 4pCoco Hames: 5pCoco: http://CocoHames.com/Little Bandit: http://LittleBanditMusic.com/
We are happy to announce we have re-booked critically acclaimed artists Coco Hames and Little Bandit to open the Spring season of the River Series. Initially booked for last fall but canceled due to weather, we are excited to give this one another shot.Nashville's Little Bandit, led by Alex Caress, and Memphis’ Coco Hames will join forces in Memphis at the River Series, where Little Bandit will also serve as Hames’ backing band.
This marks the fourth year of the River Series at the Harbor Town Amphitheater, a series of live music shows that benefit the Maria Montessori School. The on-campus amphitheater, an underutilized and truly beautiful event setting on the Mississippi River in Harbor Town, showcases and celebrates the school, the river, the Harbor Town community and the musical talent of Memphis and beyond. We ask for a $5 donation per person at the door. For more information visit riverseries.org. Thanks to our sponsors: Goner Records, Wiseacre Brewing Company, Miss Cordelia's and Cordelia's Table, The Memphis Flyer and Shoulder Tap.
The two-day MLK50 Symposium will convene scholars, historians and thought leaders from across the country to present on the state of civil and human rights issues and racial and economic equity 50 years after the death of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The Symposium will take place April 2-3, 2018, and will culminate with a commemorative ceremony on April 4, 2018, of the 50th anniversary of Dr. King’s assassination at the historic Lorraine Motel.
The theme for the MLK50 Symposium is based on Dr. King’s final book, Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community? Invited scholars, thought leaders, policy makers and practitioners will share their perspectives and research in a series of panel discussions related to the social justice platforms that Dr. King outlined.
Join Downtown Yoga's Milan Vigil for Free Tai Chi at The UT Health Sciences Park every Monday at 11:45am!
This class is suitable for all levels including brand new beginners to the beautiful and meditational practice of Tai Chi.
You can view this class and more classes available from Downtown Yoga via their online calendar.
Tai Chi sessions begin on Monday, April 2nd.
Hard Rock Memphis & Memphis Music Matters present: Memphis Music Monday (every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month) Always exciting, always diverse... and always fun! August 21st line up to be announced: Come early, get a good seat... Our stage is loaded with exciting talent and we're saving a seat for you! Monday, August 21th, FREE Admission, 6:00 pm Hard Rock Cafe Memphis, 126 Beale Street!
Hosted by the Memphis Music Commission. No cover.
OUR YOGA DOWNTOWN returns for the 2nd year back on the bluff in Memphis Park! (Front St., between Court & Jefferson)
Same awesome class. New name! Our Yoga Downtown sessions begin on Tuesday, April 3nd.
The FREE weekly yoga series will happen every Tuesday in Memphis Park, 6-7pm with Charlie Baxter Graham.
Please bring your own mat or towel – yoga surface is in the grassy area. Water and sunscreen would be good too!
All yoga sessions are open to anyone and everyone!** #OurYogaDowntown #EveryonesWelcome #OurPark
*FREE Parking the first week of every Month at Shoppers Garage (Front Street, between Adams & Jefferson) available with an RSVP. Show your Eventbrite ticket at garage for entry, must arrive before 6:05 pm. Click here to RSVP
**Security Provided by the DMC’s Blue Suede Brigade
Please sign our yoga waiver here.
In honor of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, on the 50th anniversary of his assassination in Memphis, TN, Art Village Gallery, is hosting a week long calendar of events to pay tribute to the iconic civil rights leader. Following the opening of its tribute art exhibition titled Beyond the Balcony, opening March 30th 6:30 - 9:00pm, the gallery invites you for an evening of dinner and dialogue.Break bread with a diverse group of attendees over a seated, four-course dinner with wine, while you enjoy listening and contributing to meaningful curated and facilitated discussion that aims to answer the question of Memphis's city-wide theme, Where Do We Go From Here?
The Master Taster's Club is a monthly series of fast-paced and informal wine tasting events, each highlighting a different theme, region or vintner. Light bites from the Peabody Chefs accompany each wine.First Wednesday of every month (except January and July)The Corner Bar5:30p.m. - 7p.m.7p.m. - 9p.m.: 1/2 off appetizers and $5 MTC wines$25 per person, per event
2018 Season Pass- $175Includes:Event Valet ParkingReserved Seating20% off in Chez Philippe, Capriccio Grill, Peabody Deli & Desserts
2018 Schedule:February 7: For the Love of WineMarch 7: Wine from Around the WorldApril 4: Wine Inspired by Nature (Spring Time Wines)May 2: Wine-0-1 (Select Sommeliers in 901 Area)June 6: American WinesAugust 1: Old World vs. New World WinesSeptember 5: Harvest WinesOctober 3: Natural WinesNovember 7: Give Thanks for WineDecember 5: Festive WinesInformation: 901-529-4000
Doors 7pm / Show 8pm Big K.R.I.T.
Big K.R.I.T. is a rapper’s rapper—clever with lyrics, nimble with rhyme flows, and generous with food for thought. But the Meridian, Mississippi artist, whose stage name is an acronym for King Remembered In Time, isn’t just here to wow you with his words; K.R.I.T. wants to be a voice for the people.
Join Bridget Sisney of Downtown Yoga for a free, all levels all welcome class at UT Health Sciences Park.
Grab a mat and grab a friend and get there every Thursday at 11:45am.
Downtown Yoga sessions begin on Thursday, April 5nd.
The dedication ceremony will feature food trucks and live performances. An open house at Clayborn Temple (next to I AM A MAN Plaza) will immediately follow the event.
Get down with us the first Thursday of every month, with a fun and funky class by Laura Lee Madigan of Downtown Yoga on the beautiful third floor of409 South Main and drinks and food afterward downstairs at the The South Main Market. Bring a mat, bring a friend.
$10 per class gets you a token to spend downstairs in the market before you leave. Register through Downtown Yoga.
Doors 7pm / Show 8pm Dweezil Zappa World Tour 2018 “Choice Cuts”
There’s no stopping Dweezil Zappa from continuing his mission to unlock the mysteries held within the superabundance of Frank Zappa’s iconic music. For over a decade, the renowned guitarist has been honoring his father by touring the world with his Grammy-winning project, now named Dweezil Zappa. Dweezil’s 12th annual tour is called “Choice Cuts!” and he has curated an all new show filled with some of Frank Zappa’s boldest compositions or as Dweezil says, “A collection of the meatiest tracks,” with which he plans to satiate the appetite of Zappa fans, old and new.
The Woodruff-Fontaine House Museum is home to the most extensive Victorian era textile and clothing collection in the South! With over 4,000 pieces in our collection, the museum is continuously rotated and staged appropriately for the season. Sadly, many gowns and textiles are too badly damaged to be safely put on display. Join us for the exhibit opening of "Tattered Treasures" as we unlock our archives to the public and showcase the shattered and frayed textiles that were once worn by the wealthiest and most prominent citizens in the Mid-South. These garments were once seen as beautiful works of art! When worn by the elite they made fashion statements at glittering galas and turned heads for a promenade through the park. Delight in our torn and thread bare wardrobe that was once adorned and embellished by the well-to-do.
$15 per person APTA Members get in Free! Light refreshments will be served
Promo Night: Grizzlies Rally Flag to first 10,000 fans in attendance presented by FOX Sports Southeast
On April 4th, 2018 the eyes of the world will turn to Memphis as thousands gather to remember, embrace, and advance the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. on the 50th anniversary of his assassination.
As part of the commemoration, on April 6th-8th, Clayborn Temple presents three preview performances of “Union: A Musical” and a community conversation that brings together community members, activists, artists, influencers, and civic leaders to discuss the ongoing work of democracy in our city and in our nation.
Be the first to buy tickets!!! Special VIP tickets are on sale now for opening night, Friday, April 6th. VIP tickets include guaranteed seating in the first three rows, a commemorative gift, and entrance into the exclusive cast party! Purchase your tickets by clicking on the RSVP link below.
GunnaWith Yung Mal & Lil QuillApril 6th, 2018Doors: 7:00 PMShow: 8:00 PMTickets on sale Wednesday, February 28
SHANNON LaBRIE:Rolling Stone Magazine touted Shannon as one of "10 new country artists you need to know" in 2016 and went on to catergorize her "as if Norah Jones and the late Jeff Buckley had started a band and gone just a little bit country". With her third album, "War and Peace", she surpassed 2 million streams on spotify.www.shannonlabrie.com
Walk, run and dribble with the Grizz.
On your mark. Get set. Go now and save your place in the Grizzlies 5k presented by the Live Love Memphis Group on April 7 at 9:00am! Normal registration will close at 11:59pm on April 6. Day of registration will be available with an added fee.
Packages start at $45 and include race entry fee, bib number, Grizzlies 5k t-shirt, ticket to the game of choice, and post-race beer tasting on the FedExForum Plaza. Food trucks will have food available for purchase during the post-race beer tasting.
Race Packages:$90 Pinnacle LevelGrizzlies vs. Sacramento Kings - Friday, April 6 @ 7:00pm$90 Pinnacle LevelGrizzlies vs. Detroit Pistons - Sunday, April 8 @ 2:30pm$45 Terrace LevelGrizzlies vs. Sacramento Kings - Friday, April 6 @ 7:00pm$45 Terrace LevelGrizzlies vs. Detroit Pistons - Sunday, April 8 @ 2:30pm$35 MVP Season Ticket Holder Race Only Pricing / Participant without Game Ticket
Registration for racers who have signed up will begin at 7am and the race will start promptly at 9am from in front of FedExForum. Participants are welcome to bring their own basketball to dribble with while running the 5k! The post-race beer tasting on the FedExForum Plaza will go from 10am - 12pm with Craft Beer Tasting presented by Eagle Distributing (must have ID and be 21 and older to receive drinks). Food trucks will have food and soft drinks available for purchase.
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* A portion of each race entry will be donated to the Memphis Grizzlies Foundation.
Steven McMahon’s fantastically fresh staging of Peter Pan is complemented by the scenic talents of Tony Award-winner Beowulf Boritt, gravity-defying ZFX Flying Effects, award-winning costume designer Anne Armit, and a professional cast of dancers that will leave you breathless, as well as wanting to fly. The sophisticated flying system allows five characters to soar at once, “rising, falling and flying across the stage with great precision.”
And colorfully illuminated sets — from a Victorian bedroom to lush forests to a pirate ship—paired with a score of composers hand-picked by McMahon transform The Orpheum into the perfect Neverland. As The Commercial Appeal wrote, “This is a Peter Pan that is vigorous, fun and a tribute to the creativity of Ballet Memphis.”
$10 - $78
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Promo Night: Grizzlies Poster to all fans in attendance; Tour de Grizz presented by BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee
Direct from Broadway, SOMETHING ROTTEN! is a "big, fat hit!" (New York Post). Set in the '90s – the 1590s – this hilarious smash tells the story of Nick and Nigel Bottom, two brothers who are desperate to write their own hit play while the "rock star" Shakespeare keeps getting all the hits.
When a local soothsayer foretells that the future of theatre involves singing, dancing and acting at the same time, Nick and Nigel set out to write the world’s very first MUSICAL! With its heart on its ruffled sleeve and sequins in its soul, SOMETHING ROTTEN! is "The Producers + Spamalot + The Book of Mormon. Squared!" (New York Magazine).
April 10 @ 7:30 pmApril 11 @ 7:30 pmApril 12 @ 7:30 pmApril 13 @ 8 pmApril 14 @ 2 & 8 pmApril 15 @ 1 & 6:30 pm
Memphis Redbirds vs Omaha
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If it's summertime in Memphis, then it's Rooftop Party Season at The Peabody!
As the most rocking hotel in Memphis, TN, the parties are hosted by Nugget from Q107.5 FM and DJ Epic, and feature the best live entertainment in the Mid-South. Peabody Rooftop Parties are a 21 and up event.
A 79-year Memphis tradition, Peabody Rooftop Parties take place every Thursday night, April 12 – August 16, 6pm – 10pm. Weekly admission is $10 - $15 and ladies get in free before 7pm. Check Peabody's Website for more up-to-date information as it gets closer.
VIP Passes for the 2018 season are available at the door for $150 (a $600 value). The passes include admission to all 19 parties and the VIP Lounge with weekly event valet parking. VIPs will be treated to special food and drink tastings in the VIP Lounge. VIP Pass holders also receive a 20% discount in Chez Philippe, Capriccio Grill, Peabody Deli & Desserts throughout the 2018 Rooftop Party season.
The Peabody Rooftop Parties begin April 12, 2018. The first half of the lineup has been announced and you can expect the second half later this year.
The Molly Ringwalds - April 12, 2018
Star & Micey - April 19, 2018
DJ EPIC - April 26, 2018
Almost Famous - May 3, 2018
Walker - May 10, 2018
Ghost Town Blues Band - May 17, 2018
Walrus - May 24, 2018
Voodoo Gumbo - May 31, 2018
Party Planet - June 7, 2018
Seeing Red - June 14, 2018
Memphis Redbirds vs Iowa
RED wsg/Lacey Sturm (formerly of Flyleaf)Righteous VendettaFriday Apr 13, 2018Doors: 6:00 PM Show: 7:00 PMAll agesTickets go on sale Monday, January 8th at 10am!!
Postgame Fireworks: Stick around after the game for an amazing fireworks spectacular, launched up close and personal from center field.
Porter-Leath is celebrating 26 years of its Rajun Cajun Crawfish Festival and extending the party an extra hour for 2018! The Annual Stinson's Industrial Rajun Cajun Crawfish Festival takes place April 15, 2018 from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. in Downtown Memphis on Wagner Place and Riverside Drive between Union Avenue and Beale Street. Known as the unofficial start of spring in Memphis, Rajun Cajun is one the few remaining Memphis festivals that does not charge an admission price in order to welcome all Mid-South families to enjoy a fun-filled day together. Over 35,000 festival goers will enjoy live music on three stages from nationally-known and local award-winning artists in Memphis, games including crawfish bobbing, eating, and racing, arts & crafts vendors, and a play zone for children ages 12 and under. VIP experiences are available and include the BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee Community Trust Swamp Tent featuring an all you can eat crawfish and cajun cuisine and Cash Saver Louisiana Gumbo Cook-off which offers cash prizes.
Rajun Cajun is the largest one-day crawfish festival in the Mid-South, with over 35,000 attendees and 17,000 pounds of fresh Louisiana crawfish. Enjoy live Cajun, rock and funk entertainment from local award-winning artists, as well our crawfish contests, gumbo cook-off and VIP swamp tent. As usual, no pets, coolers, tents, handouts, or parking inside the festival area.
Location: Wagner Place and Riverside Drive, between Union and Beale
You can't talk about Wreckless Eric without mentioning his enduring hit "Whole Wide World" - covered in stadiums and sheds from Aberdeen to Alabama - but there's more to him than just that. With over 40 years of recording and touring behind him he shuns the dictates of nostalgia and doesn't do comebacks for the simple reason that he never went away. His 2015 album 'amERICa' was an urgent reminder of what he's about, and new album Construction Time & Demolition is a musically complex trawl through the psyche of a man with plenty to say and nothing to lose. It's always been that way: loud, dissonant, lyrical and gently melodic - cogent music for desperate times.
This marks the fourth year of the River Series at the Harbor Town Amphitheater, a series of live music shows that benefit the Maria Montessori School. The on-campus amphitheater, an underutilized and truly beautiful event setting on the Mississippi River in Harbor Town, showcases and celebrates the school, the river, the Harbor Town community and the musical talent of Memphis and beyond. We ask for a $5 donation per person at the door. For more information visit riverseries.org.Thanks to our sponsors:Goner Records, Wiseacre Brewing Company, Miss Cordelia's and Cordelia's Table, The Memphis Flyer and Shoulder Tap.SCHEDULE3pm DJ Hot Tub Eric4pm Alex Greene5pm Wreckless Eric
Thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts descend on Downtown every Wednesday night to be able to park on the most iconic street in America! It's all about bragging rights and strutting your stuff with amazing motorcycles of every shape, size, brand and year. Come on down to this family friendly event and don't forget your camera!
The best way to join the band since the invention of the tambourine!The Tambourine BashApril 19 | 7 to 10 PM Old Dominick DistilleryLive music by Chinese Connection Dub EmbassyPhoto booth designed by Amurica's Jamie HarmonGig posters by Erf Design Lauren Rae Holtermann Ronnie LewisMusic-themed silent auction Food + local beer $25 GA // $50 VIP includes Old Dominick cocktailsProduced thanks to generous support by: Select-O-Hits, Start Co., Shangri-La Records and Disciple Design
Jay Z said it best on his latest album 4:44, sharing that the artwork he purchased years ago for $1 million, is now worth $8 million — and underlines the importance of a buy-and-hold strategy.Art + Soul will take place every 3rd Friday to exhibit the latest works from African-American artists around the country, infused with live music and art curators sharing the value and importance of investing in art.Purchase Tickets: artsoul1.eventbrite.com
Celebrating the era of James Taylor and Carole King
Jim Witter has been entertaining crowds for over 30 years with his multimedia tributes to decades gone by, creating a musical time capsule for all to enjoy. Whether it be his original music, the music of Billy Joel and Elton John, or any of the other many artists he pays tribute to, Jim’s versatility as an artist has allowed him the opportunity to reach out and share his music. Jim’s music and songwriting have earned him multiple awards from the Canadian Country Music Association, the Juno Awards, and the Dove Awards.
Party like it’s 1999! The Memphis Symphony, backed by a full rock band, presents a symphonic tribute to Prince. Every classic hit, with the full force of the Memphis Symphony. Hear them all: “Purple Rain,” “When Doves Cry,” “Little Red Corvette” and more!
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Come celebrate two well-appreciated Southern traditions: hearty food & distilled spirits! We'll be bringing together a variety of Memphis’ best restaurants and an array of distilled spirits brands as we savor a night of bacon, BBQ, and all the great things that come from old oak barrels - at our third annual Memphis Flyer's Bacon & Bourbon event, presented by Orion FCU!Your ticket price includes 15 bourbon tastings, tasty pork dishes from a variety of local restaurants, fun music and party activities, and best of all -- Bacon & Bourbon benefits the Memphis Farmers Market, so every sip counts! Come on out Saturday, April 21st, 6-9pm for a great spring evening of fun! For more info, head over to memphisbaconandbourbon.com.
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This exuberant reinvention of George Frederic Handel’s Messiah will have you rejoicing in the aisles. Join renowned soloists Rodrick Dixon, Alfreda Burke, Karen Marie Richardson, and legendary pianist Alvin Waddles, along with a symphony orchestra and a choir of over 100 local members for this high-energy, feel-good production.
Originally conceived in 1992 by Music Director Marin Alsop and arranged by Bob Christianson and Gary Anderson, Too Hot to Handel: The Jazz Gospel Messiah first premiered at Lincoln Center with the Concordia Orchestra and the Morgan State Choir in 1993, earning a reputation for its lively vocals and communal revelry.
The conductor for Too Hot to Handel: The Jazz-Gospel Messiah’s 40-piece symphony orchestra and jazz ensemble is Suzanne Mallare Acton, who serves as Artistic and Music Director of the Rackham Choir in Detroit, Michigan and Chorus Master for the Michigan Opera Theatre.
Dr. Leo Davis, Minister of Worship at Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church, will conduct the Too Hot to Handel choir of over 100 Mid-South vocalists.
Too Hot to Handel Choir Auditions
Auditions for the Too Hot to Handel Choir will be held January 23, 2018, from 5-7 pm, January 24 from 5-7 pm and January 27 from 10 am to 1 pm.
Auditions will be held at the Halloran Centre for Performing Arts and Education at 225 S. Main in Downtown Memphis.
$29 - $69
Australian Country Star and current Nashville performer Katrina Burgoyne makes her return to Memphis with a trip to The Vault, come listen to her covers by request and originals.
Formerly Race 13.1, Start2Finish's Ol' Man River Half Marathon returns to the Home of the Blues on Sunday, April 22, 2018. Starting and finishing on Mud Island, participants will enjoy beautiful water views as they run along the Mississippi River before heading over the Wolf River Harbor on A.W. Willis Bridge, overlooking the Memphis Pyramid. Once over the bridge, runners will proceed through the heart of downtown Memphis, passing City Hall, Civic City Plaza and the beautiful Memphis Park.
The next section of the course is a beautiful stretch on Riverside Drive, a street whose name says it all - running along the Mississippi River and Tom Lee Park. Returning on Riverside Drive, runners will turn onto the iconic Beale Street, "Tennessee's Top Tourism Attraction" and the "Official Home of the Blues" that was named America's Most Iconic Street by USA Today and is filled with great BBQ restaurants! The next stretch of the course takes place largely on N. 2nd Street, which will provide beautiful Wolf River Harbor views until runners return to the finish along the Mississippi River back to the heart of Mud Island.
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Hey Daddy-Os! Come see the American Muscle Car Club and the Perfect Nemisis Car Club and their cool Hot Rods on Beale Street from 6pm till 10pm. Participation is limited to those who have parking passes but anyone can come down and check out the Hot Rods for free!
Maks, Val & Peta Live On Tour: Confidential
In this spectacular dance show, driven by a narrative of true family life and love stories. Honest and intimate, the stars will be revealing their closest secrets, hopes, and dreams in their own inimitable style.
$34.50 - $99.50
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Memphis Redbirds vs Round Rock
Grammy Award winner Chris Tomlin is bringing the church together in unity and prayer with his 2018 Worship Night In America Tour (WNIA Tour), set to hit FedExForum on Thursday, April 26, 2018 with special guests Kim Walker Smith of Jesus Culture, Matt Maher, Christine D’Clario, Tauren Wells and Pat Barett.
Black Violin is composed of classically trained violist and violinist Wil B. and Kev Marcus, who combine their classical training and hip-hop influences to create a distinctive multi-genre sound that is often described as “classical boom.” Black Violin has shared stages with top names including Kanye West, Aerosmith and Tom Petty, and has creatively collaborated with the likes of Wu-Tang Clan, Wyclef Jean and Alicia Keys.
$20 - $40
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The Dixie Dregs: Dawn Of The Dregs at New Daisy TheatreApril 27, 2018Doors: 7:00 PMShow: 8:00 PM
On a winter’s night in Dublin 14 years ago…an idea. To create a musical show with exceptional talent. Classically and traditionally trained Irish female musicians. Celtic Woman was born.
Since its debut, global musical sensation Celtic Woman’s concerts continue to touch the hearts of a huge audience that spans the globe. Both an accomplished recording ensemble and a world-class performing collective, Celtic Woman celebrates Ireland's rich musical and cultural heritage, while continuing its remarkable legacy of introducing some of Ireland's most talented singers and musicians onto the world stage. It’s a universal celebration of life. It’s traditional, it’s contemporary. It’s yesterday, today and tomorrow.
Experience Celtic Woman on their worldwide Homecoming Tour – LIVE from Ireland.
Celtic Woman continues to transcend national and cultural boundaries to celebrate the timeless emotion of Ireland's centuries-old heritage. A one-of-a-kind live act, Celtic Woman combines the country's finest musical talents with epic stage production to present a uniquely inspiring live experience. Homecoming represents the next chapter of their extraordinary musical journey.
$42 - $102
Kim Kennedy Debuts
Skimpy bathing suits, lots of grapes, and plenty of wine - what could be better? Watch and root for your favorite restaurants and bartenders as they compete in four events for cash, prizes and glory! Awards for Parade, Queen of the Vine, Grape Stomp and the Great Wince Race!
LOS CANTADORESMemphis' best mariachi band, Los Cantadores has been an institution for years with their brand of authentic Latin and Cuban folk music. "With verve to spare, Bluff City act Los Cantadores offers an exotic duende of the soul... The six-piece ensemble, led by guitarist/vocalist Domingo Montes, places itself firmly in the tradition of fine Latino folk ensembles here or anywhere else." MARK EDGAR STUARTA former session bassist who has become one of Memphis's best singer/songwriters, Stuart has a John Prine-like ability to deliver songs that feel poignant, witty and authentic.
This marks the fourth year of the River Series at the Harbor Town Amphitheater, a series of live music shows that benefit the Maria Montessori School. The on-campus amphitheater, an underutilized and truly beautiful event setting on the Mississippi River in Harbor Town, showcases and celebrates the school, the river, the Harbor Town community and the musical talent of Memphis and beyond. We ask for a $5 donation per person at the door. For more information visit riverseries.org.Thanks to our sponsors:Goner Records, Wiseacre Brewing Company, Miss Cordelia's and Cordelia's Table, The Memphis Flyer and Shoulder Tap.SCHEDULE3pm DJ TBD4pm Mark Edgar Stuart5pm Los Cantadores
City Tasting Tours presents an unforgettable fusion of culinary skills and art through this chef collaboration dinner experience with Chef Aaron Winters of The Vault and Chef Fran Mosley at HM Dessert Lounge. Please contact Cristina McCarter if you have any questions. 901-826-2376 or email email@example.com
Doors 6:30pm / Show 7pm Parkway Drive
Parkway Drive is armed with some of the most upfront and confrontational Metalcore material the world has ever known, balanced with jaw-dropping turns into lush terrain even as they are constantly solidifying their hard-won position as leaders in the field. Always hungry, always filled with ambition, Parkway Drive is embraced by heavy music enthusiasts in places as diverse as China and India, as chronicled on their gold-selling DVD, Home is for the Heartless.
Eleven-time Grammy Award winning rock band Foo Fighters today announced their 2017 arena tour, Concrete and Gold, set to hit FedExForum on Tuesday, October 24. The rock group is touring in support of their upcoming album, Concrete and Gold, to be released this fall on September 15.Tickets for the concert go on-sale to the general public on Thursday, June 29 at 10 a.m. at ticketmaster.com, all Ticketmaster outlets, by phone at (800) 745-3000 or at the FedExForum Box Office. An exclusive presale is set for Wednesday, June 28 at 10am for all Memphis Grizzlies’ MVP Season Ticket Holders, Grizzlies’ e-news subscribers, recipients of FedExForum Event Alert e-mail communications, or by connection with FedExForum and the Grizzlies on their social sites.
A limited amount of reserved and General Admission Floor tickets will be released for the ‘Concrete and Gold’ tour, set to hit FedExForum on Thursday, May 3, 2018. The tickets will be released at 10 a.m. on Friday, October 27.
Eleven-time Grammy Award winning rock band Foo Fighters announced their 2017-18 arena tour, Concrete and Gold, set to hit FedExForum on Thursday, May 3, 2018. The rock group is touring in support of their album, Concrete and Gold.
The Beale Street Music Festival is a three-day, four-stage event in Memphis, TN featuring 60+ top musical acts from today and beyond. The #BSMF18 dates are set for May 4-6!
Three-day passes and VIP packages are now on sale and can be purchased by clicking here. Lineup information is set to arrive in mid-to-late February.
In the meantime, check out some sweet memories of past years by following our Instagram page and watching the #BSMF17 recap video below!
Doors 8pm Todrick Hall
Todrick Hall, who recently premiered his new MTV reality show “Todrick,” is a brand new kind of star known for his versatility in all areas of the performing arts. Between assisting in the choreography of Beyoncé’s groundbreaking “Blow” music video, writing musical YouTube parodies and masterminding Virgin America’s latest safety video, Todrick is a multifaceted artist and entertainment powerhouse.
Black Veil Brides / Asking AlexandriaThe Resurrection TourWith Special GuestsBlessthefallDoors: 5:30 PMShow: 6:35 PMTickets go on sale Friday, February 16.
Are you ready to DANCE?!? Disney Junior Dance Party On Tour is an ALL NEW interactive live concert experience. Sing along to Disney Junior’s greatest hits with your favorite characters: Mickey and the Roadster Racers, Sofia The First, Puppy Dog Pals, Elena of Avalor, Doc McStuffins, Vampirina, The Lion Guard and more! Kids of all ages and their families are invited to get up and dance, play games and join the biggest dance party around! Get tix to this exciting live concert experience here: DisneyJuniorTour.com
$29.50 - $59.50
Doors 7pm / Show 8pm Jimmy Eat World: Integrity Blues The Tour
Jimmy Eat World formed in February 1994 in the Phoenix suburb of Mesa, Arizona. Jim Adkins(vocals/guitar) and Zach Lind (drums) met while attending Mountain View High School; years of playing in local bands had also introduced them to locals Tom Linton (guitar/vocals) and Mitch Porter (bass). The four musicians joined forces and derived the band's moniker from an argument between Linton's younger brothers.Citing influences like Rocket from the Crypt, early Def Leppard, the Jesus and Mary Chain, Fugazi, and the Velvet Underground, Jimmy Eat World eventually found a larger audience by embracing a blend of alternative rock, power pop, and emocore that targeted the heart as well as the head.
The Ultimate Ladies Night Out Doors: 7:00 PMShow: 8:00 PM
Chicago is the first American rock band to chart Top 40 albums in five decades. In Billboard Magazine’s recent list of Top 100 artists of all time, Chicago came in at #13, the highest charting American band.
Lifetime achievements include their recent induction into The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, along with a GRAMMY Award, multiple American Music Awards, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, a Chicago street dedicated in their honor, and keys to and proclamations from an impressive list of US cities. Record sales top the 100,000,000 mark, and include 21 Top 10 singles, 5 consecutive Number One albums, 11 Number One singles and 5 Gold singles. An incredible 25 of their 32 albums have been certified platinum, and the band has a total of 47 gold and platinum awards.
$59 - $129
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The team application process for the 2018 World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest is now open and tickets are on sale here. If you're looking for the schedule of the 2018 contest, that will be available here at a later date.
The World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest will take place rain or shine. If severe weather should arise, refer to the WCBCC Facebook page for immediate information.
Stone Temple Pilots at New Daisy TheatreWednesday May 23, 2018Doors: 7:00 PMShow: 8:00 PMTickets go on sale Friday, February 2 at 10:00 AM CT!!
Join the Memphis Medical District Collaborative for our 2018 Yappy Hour Series. We want you to bring your pups and maybe sip a couple cups. Don’t have a pup? That’s okay! Come out anyway to get to know your neighbors and their four-legged family members! This event is free and open to public.Location: Edge Triangle — the off-lease dog area at the corner of Madison and N. Orleans
Fun for everyone, and we are still a charity function for the Memphis Food Bank. STAGING FOR MAKE UP STARTS IN HANDY PARK AT 3:30PM.
Collections being taken of canned food and/or monetary donations for the Memphis Food Bank.
The route: Being in Handy Park, go west on Beale, turn south on Main, head to GE Patterson, turn around back the same direction to return to Handy Park for live music!
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