Trolley Stop Market is turning 7 years old, and we want to celebrate with you! This party is for the whole family! Kid crafts, face painting, bingo for prizes, cupcake and cookie decorating, music, giveaways, drink and dinner specials too! Make your reservation today! 901-526-1361
Starting gently by bringing scientists to bars to talk to non-scientists, taste of science is now introducing these scientists to other social situations. We organize accessible science events in all of your favorite hangouts. Curious about the cosmos? Intrigued by evolution? Your questions have answers, and we bring you the brilliant minds who have found them. taste of science is an annual festival where the best science researchers share their work with you. The best part is you don’t have to be a scientist to enjoy them — we want anyone with an interest to come, listen, and ask questions. Science affects everyone so should be accessible to anyone, including you!
Backbeat Tours offers a unique way to learn about Downtown Memphis' history, music and now hauntings!
Various tours are offered throughout the day. Walk, ride, or bike while you hear all the details that shape Memphis' distinct culture!
Mojo TourWhether it's the 90-minute Mojo Tour or the 3-hour Big Mojo Tour with Sun Studio, you can't go wrong on these fun-loving rides through musical Memphis, complete with live music and tambourines, shakers, and bongos for you to enjoy.
Tickets: Adults $28, Seniors $26, Children $15, 6 and under are FREE, $12 Lunch add on. Big Mojo Tickets: $46, Seniors $44, Children $32, 6 and under are FREE, $12 Lunch add on. Length: Mojo (90 mins), Big Mojo (3 hours)Start Times: 11:30 am, 1:30 pm, 2:30 pm
Walking Ghost TourDo you believe in ghosts? Enjoy the darker side of Memphis and hear tales of the city's haunted heritage as told by professional storytellers!
Tickets: Adults $20, Children $13, six and under are FREELength: 2 hoursStart Times: 8 pm
Haunted Pub CrawlBackbeat Tours has teamed up with Sprock 'n’ Roll Party Bikes to offer haunted party bike pubcrawls on Wednesday nights and the last Friday of every month!
Tickets: Adults (21+) $35Cost of drinks is not included in ticket priceLength: 2 hours
Discovery TourGet the complete Memphis experience on this all-inclusive 3-hour tour. It’s a part history tour, part attraction hopping, part food tour that will introduce you to everything that makes Memphis special.
Tickets: Adults $36, Seniors $34, Children $19, aged six and under are FREE, Lunch add-on is $12Length: 3 hours
Historic Walking TourFrom the author of A Guide to Historic Downtown Memphis comes this fascinating walking tour of the Bluff City. Your guide will unfold the story of this rowdy river town and its people – tough frontiersmen like Davy Crockett and Sam Houston; dashing Confederate soldiers and Civil War spies; gamblers, speculators, and fancy ladies who arrived by steamboat and train; gangsters and machine bosses fueled by Prohibition-era greed.
Tickets: Adults $15, Children $9, aged six and under are FREE, Lunch add-on $12Length: 2 hoursStart Time: 9:45 am
Beale Street Walking TourVoted “America’s Most Iconic Street” by USA Today, Beale Street is steeped in colorful history. From the early days of sin and vice to its heyday as the center of the city’s vibrant African-American culture, you'll explore the stories behind the legends and the musicians, gangsters, politicians and crooks who helped make Beale Street the “Home of the Blues.”
Tickets: Adults $10, Children $10, aged six and under are FREE, Lunch add-on $12Length: 30 minutesStart Time: 11:45 am
Find a complete tour listing at Backbeat Tours' website
Make it through hump day with Pint Night at Huey's Downtown!
Enjoy $3 draft brews from 4 p.m. - 10 p.m. every Wednesday.
Bike Nights on Beale
Wednesday Nights from April - September, 6-10 pm
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!
Freewheel is a slow ride bicycle program that provides an opportunity for people to explore neighborhoods by bike with their peers. It offers a connection amongst participants that also introduces new and thriving places throughout the Medical District.
The new Freewheel headquarters will be at 603 Monroe Ave in the parking lot. Every slow ride will leave from there at 6:00pm and explore neighborhoods for approximately 45 minutes each week. Participants typically bring their own bikes, but you can also sign up to borrow a bike from the Medical District fleet.
Freewheelers are also invited to High Cotton Brewing Co. after each ride for discounted beers.
Click here to reserve your spot and a bike.
The Artery Alley Party - Phase 1 Celebration
Celebrate Downtown’s latest murals under new string lights in the alley with a free concert from SOUTHERN AVENUE!
6 - 9 p.m. @ Barboro Alley (next to Local, between Gayoso and Union)
Follow along at the Facebook Event
Featured artists: Christopher Reyes with Birdcap, Joseph Boyd, Lawrence Matthews and Chester Treasure, Emily Miller, and Eszter Szisk & Stephanie Cosby.
Liquor up top, poker down below...get in on the action! Downtown's Original Poker Game keeps getting better and better. 8-week tournaments feature nightly prizes through third place, digital display blinds timer, giveaways, chip bonuses, food and drink specials. Drink or eat to play in the speakeasy-style Underdog Room. Final table features a grand prize of cash or a large screen TV, prizes vary by tourney. Follow the standings online. Shuffle up and deal!
Hosted by Amber Dunn. No Cover. Songwriters are welcome to come play their original music.
Weekly Songwriter Night
Every Wednesday at 8 pm
No Cover, 21+ Event
To find out each week's artists, follow on Loflin Yard's Facebook page.
Drink a pint night beer and show off your smarts at Trivia Night.
Every Wednesday night at Huey's Downtown, starting at 8:30pm.
Prizes are awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.
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!
Join the Hospitality Hub for a special evening at Loflin Yard to help meet the needs of Memphis' most vulnerable people and places.
10% of all Coach House sales go to the Hospitality Hub and Work Local's efforts to provide job access and reduce blight.
Messages from Mayor Jim Strickland and other specials guests beggining at 6 pm.
*No admission fee or mandatory donation required.
Click here to learn more about the Hospitality Hub and the Work Local Program.
Yoga and beer pairing. Beginner-friendly, fun yoga followed by a pint. No experience necessary. No watchasana.
$15 every Thursday
Enjoy Live Music, Happy Hour Specials and Free Admission this Thursday at Cafe/24! The Pocket is an Acoustic Guitar Duo that will have you grooving all night!!!! Come out and have a drink at this newly opened Black Owned Restaurant. Bring a friend or two!
Enjoy the tastes and sounds of the season at LYFE's Farmers Market and Live Music Series!
Every Thursday this Spring, on our Patio.
LYFE Kitchen + Chisca Bar will buy your first Taco when you buy any Beer, Wine, or Cocktail.
(Limit one free taco per customer. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Thursdays this Spring.)
Schedule of Performers:April 20th – Josh Cosby and Jeremy StanfilApril 27th – Idle and WildMay 4th – Fran MooneyMay 11th – Me and LeahMay 18th – Josh Cosby and Jeremy StanfilMay 25th – Brennan Villines
Named among the "Top 10 Rooftop Bars" and repeatedly voted "Best Pick Up Joint" by the Memphis Flyer, Peabody Rooftop Parties take place on Thursday nights during the summer.
2017 Rooftop Party Lineup
April 13, Season Opener with Ingram Hill , Tickets $15 - April 20, Almost Famous - April 27, Star & Micey - May 4, Frankie Hollie & The Noise - May 11, Aquanet - May 18, Ghost Town Blues Band - May 25, Luke Wade - June 1, Voodoo Gumbo - June 8, Seeing Red - June 15, Cruisin' Heavy
Artists for June 22, June 29, July 6, July 13, July 20, July 27, August 3, August 10 and August 17 are TBA.
Parties are hosted by Nugget from Q107.5 FM and DJ Mark Anderson with live entertainment each night.
Tickets for each Rooftop Parties range from $10 - $15 and are available at the door.
VIP Season Passes are $150 and include admission to all 19 parties and VIP Lounge, weekly valet parking, VIP snacks and drink tastings, and official Peabody Rooftop Party t-shirt, and a 20% discount at Capriccio Grill, Chez Philippe and Peabody Deli and Desserts. Rooftop Parties are 21 and up.
Visit the Peabody Memphis Website or follow Peabody Rooftop Parties on Facebook for more information.
All-You-Can-Eat Wings Specialty TicketAll-You-Can-Eat Thursdays return to AutoZone Park! This week's specialty item is wings, plus the specialty ticket also includes unlimited hot dogs, sides, and one bottled water or Coca-Cola product to allow for families and groups of friends with varying food preferences to enjoy the nights. Prices rise by $4 on the day of the game.
Thirsty ThursdayEach Thursday, fans can enjoy select $2 beers during the game for "Thirsty Thursday."
College NightEach Thursday, college students can present a valid college ID and purchase $5 Left Field TruGreen Bluff tickets.
For more information visit MEMPHISREDBIRDS.COM
Doors 7pm / Show 8pm New Daisy and Dead Nation presents JESSE COOKTICKETS: $30 - $35
You are the star! Karaoke and dance with the best drinks in Memphis and the greatest people. No cover - just Grown Folk fun!
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 Christoph Friedrich as our 2017 Forging on the River guest demonstrator. Friedrich has been a metalworker since 1968 and has demonstrated and taught workshops internationally at blacksmithing conferences and craft schools in the United States, England, Finland, Germany, Korea and Canada. In 1981, Friedrich restored and revitalized the historic water powered blacksmith shop in Sennwald, Switzerland. He currently lives in Sennwald and is the owner and operator of the restored shop.
Tickets: $150 - $375
30 spots available. Ticket includes all meals and one Dinner + Auction ticket
Visit https://www.metalmuseum.org/fotr for more information
*Breakfast, lunch, dinner and one Dinner + Auction ticket is provided with General Conference registration. General Conference registration is included when you register for the Pre-Conference Workshop.
Show time is 9 pm.
Sample various wines in store for free!
Weekly specials for you to take a bottle home.
Join Old Dominick for a toast during Trolley Night before the soft opening on May 1st. Go by 305 South Front Street between 5 and 8 pm and be the first to sit in the new tasting room and meet the Spirit Makers team. Enjoy a taste of Old Dominick Spirits for a small $2 tasting fee. Learn more about Downtown's newest distillery on the website.
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.
South Main Website
The Art Village Gallery at 410 South Main is planning a special public exhibit and auction of paintings created by local veterans and spouses on Friday, April 28, 2017. Well-known local artist Ephram Urevbu has been working for nearly a year with individuals who have been engaged in, or were touched, impacted, or deeply affected by the ravages of war, and shared with them how to express their innermost thoughts and feelings using canvas and paint. The end result is their unique works of art which will be offered for auction as part of the fundraising campaign to build the first State Veterans Home in our area for our local deserving veterans. All the proceeds will go directly to the building fund being conducted by the West Tennessee Veterans Home, Inc.
6 - 10 pm
Join Creative Works for a talk and full-blown button-making party with Bob Ewing and Drew Hill, founders of INCH x INCH.
Hailing from Indianapolis, designers Bob Ewing and Drew Hill founded INCH X INCH in 2015. This monthly button club highlights designers from the around the world (one inch button at a time), and gives all the proceeds back to youth arts eduction.
Hear a talk from Bob and Drew, then join them for a full-blown button-making party with all the gear and supplies to design and press your own one-inch buttons.
We've even enlisted a handful Memphis designers to create buttons just for this event that you can make and take home.
The first 50 tickets get a FREE Memphis-themed button pack designed by Bob and Drew.
Click here to purchase tickets
All tickets include free beer and snacks, plus a bunch of buttons.
An AfroFuturistic themed Burlesque Show.
Join the Mahogany Covergirls as they shimmy, strut, sway, and swing their way across time. Blending the elements of fantasy, reality, and Afrocentricism through movement.Aural Landscape: Siphne AayeColorscape: WyzlightsLibations: Honey DippQueens of Peel: Olivia Moonlight Rose, Almond Joyy, Coco Rose, Chickee Baby, and Rainey MondayDoors 8p21+ event*Limited Tables available text 714-485-5039A celebration of OUR Femininity. Sensuality. Sexuality. OUR beauty.full bodies and selves. OUR Icons.
Tickets start at $20 (only presale tickets are guaranteed seating)
Click here for more information
Dance the night away to the beat of salsa, merengue, bachata, cumbia, and chacha! Free bachata lesson with Edgar Mendez at 9:30.
The Memphis Farmers Market is a weekly outdoor market featuring local farmers and artisans. The market showcases locally sourced produce and food items and locally produced arts and crafts from the Mid-South region. Enjoy live music and weekly themed events and programs while you shop.
Every Saturday from 11 am - 1 pm
Blues Brunch with live music each week!
The highlight of the The Edge Gets Lit Alley Part will be the overhead lighting of Floyd Alley between Fourth St. and Danny Thomas. This artistic lighting implementation/creative place-making will be a permanent display for year around vibrancy and safety. The switch will be hit right at dusk and light will fill the alley and we will continue the party on through the night!
A rockin' tribute to Elvis
Brewery tours every Saturday at 3 pm.
Join us for an evening of festivities along the Mississippi River, complete with dinner by Draper’s Catering and an art auction featuring some of the best fine metalwork in the country. All auction proceeds benefit Metal Museum programming throughout the year. You’ll also have a chance to meet Christoph Friedrich, internationally recognized Master Metalsmith and this year’s conference guest artist. Seating is limited, so don’t delay purchasing your tickets!
DINNER + AUCTION SCHEDULE:6PM: Cocktail Hour + Auction Preview7PM: Dinner Served7:30PM: Live Auction Starts
Tickets: $65 Member, $75 Non-Member
Charisse is one of the new faces of innovative musical creativity; one who is boldly changing the musical landscape by honoring the past, while embracing the sound of the present and influencing the future. Charisse (Ashley Charisse Mackey) is an American Soul/Love singer, songwriter, and arranger.
Charisse LIVE" is a multi-city tour that will continue to introduce the world to Charisse. Expanding her fan base, Charisse Mackey is well on her way to achieving her goal of inspiring the world with her Music.
“Music is the movement of sound to reach the Soul. Soul music is longevity, so you will never be lost!” - Charisse
Tickets $25 - Click here to purchase
Here comes the night you didn't know you'd been waiting for... [drumroll please.] The dance floor at Rumba Room is opening up for pole dancing, acro yoga, and all kinds of extraordinary feats. From 6-8pm, we'll be hosting a community jam session open to all. Learn, share, show your stuff, or just watch amazing local talent. Then kick back and watch the professional showcase from 8-9.Our amazing performers:Macy West, LaurieJean Weldon, Jester Maxwelli, Danielle Pierce, Ashley Keane, Ziggy Mack, Katie Bug, Kelley Carroll, Hailey Jade Raley, Liz KinnmarkTickets $7 in advance, $13 at the door.** If you're coming to jam on the poles, make sure to have shorts and a tank top, and don't apply any lotion to your skin the day of. Grip aids will be provided!
90s NightPut on your Starter jacket and a slap bracelet, grab your Discman, and MMMbop over to AutoZone Park for 90s Night, highlighted by an appearance by Mr. Belding of Saved by the Bell fame.
"Detention with Mr. Belding" Specialty TicketFans can purchase a ticket for Detention with Mr. Belding at The Max, which includes a game ticket in a suite, a diner-style menu inspired by The Max at Bayside High featuring burgers, fries, onion rings, tots, soda, including Orange Fanta, and an ice cream sundae bar, and a private meet-and-greet and photo op with Mr. Belding.
Postgame FireworksStick around after the game for an amazing fireworks show set to music.
Saturday Night Party in the PlazaMake your way to AutoZone Park early and head to the Plaza for a party, featuring a band and select $2 beers.
A Little Party Never Killed Nobody!
Guys, show up in your best suits and Dolls wear your best glam! 1920's attire is encouraged For entry into the parlor, make sure you are not being followed by anyone as to tip off the whereabouts of the soiree. Discretion is paramount! Please assume an alias. Admission by password only.
Tickets are $25 and include 2 complimentary drink tickets For more information call 901.526.1469 or email contact [at] woodruff-fontaine [dot] org
Click here to purchase tickets and more information
The Company is known for its thrilling performances that successfully challenge preconceived notions. The Dance Theatre of Harlem Company consists of 14 racially diverse dance artists who perform an eclectic, demanding repertoire. In addition to performances in New York City, across the country and abroad, Company activities that carry a message of empowerment through the arts also include engaging community through education activities for audiences and young people.
Tickets $25 - $80
Saturday @ 8 pm, Sunday @ 2 pm
More information & ticket purchase
Featuring JoLynn and Dollar Bill
J Train Blues Band
Blues Band and blues performers
8:00 pm to 11:00 pm
Experience the fire and passion of Latin dance! Free salsa lesson at 9:30 pm. 18+. Ladies over 21 free until 10 pm.
Bluff City Backsliders Debut at The Crow!
Come celebrate the release of JLMB's Triple EP albums Sacred Southern Soul. It's been 2 years since JLMB has released any new material and they are back with not 1, not 2 but 3 new EP's. The Sacred EP is gospel infused Rock, The Southern EP is traditional country at its best and the Soul EP is blue eyed blues and soul. This is JLMBs most ambitious and best work yet with very special guests Ashley K. Davis & Κairos performing as well.
Hosted by Julie Wheeler. Doors open at 8:30 pm. $10 general admission; $20 VIP. 21+
Daisyland presentsMORGAN PAGETICKETS: $10 - $20
Beale Street Wine Race!
Sunday, April 30, 2017 @ 1 pm
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!
This free, public event is loads of fun (prepare to have purple teeth)! Not to be missed!
Apply to Participate in the 2017 Wine Race
Click here to get your 2017 application!
For photos from the 2016 Beale Street Wine Race click here!
Presented by the Beale Street Merchants Association. For more information, contact (901) 529-0999.
Electric Church is led by Daniel McKee and Brian Wells. A musical variety show with a positive message.
Free show every Sunday 3-6pm.
Loflin Yard Website
Prairie Farms Ice Cream SundayEach Sunday, the first 2,500 kids ages 12 and under get a free ice cream treat upon entering, courtesy of Prairie Farms Dairy.
Bark in the Ballpark Specialty TicketGrab your pooch and head to the ballpark for a fun-filled day! Purchase a specialty ticket and bring your dog, plus receive a St. Louis Cardinals dog leash holder with a place for a picture of your furry friend!
Kids Run The BasesKids ages 12 and under may run the bases after each Sunday home game.
blues singer and blues storyteller
3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Strictly Hip-Hop Sunday, featuring open mic, live band and DJ.
$5 Cover + ladies free
Every Sunday at 5 pm
Networking, DJ, and live entertainment by Tha Band every Sunday night.
The MEMPHIS BLUES SOCIETY found a new home for weekly jams on Beale Street at the HARD ROCK CAFE
$3 donations accepted
Live Blues Music, 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Located at the top of Beale Street and 2nd (126 Beale St)
NON-SMOKING - All Ages!!
Your host is Brad Webb.
All Jams on Beale Street will be every 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sunday of each month at the Hard Rock Cafe
Did you know over 70% of the MBS budget goes directly to Blues artists in the MidSouth? Help support the Memphis Blues. Be a Memphis Blues Society member today! Learn more here --> http://ow.ly/xvbQ302V1Mh
For more information visit MEMPHISREDBIRDS.COM
Center for Southern Folklore first Friday of every month
Blues from 11:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m.
Memphis Made Brewing Co. $3 pints
Keep the glass and meet the people who brew your beer. Free! Second Thursday of every month.
Most drafts $3.
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.
Follow the group on Facebook and Twitter.
Writeous Soul presents Poetry in Motion - Open Mic
Every Monday night. Spoken word, comedy, music, moments.
7:00pm - 11:30pm
Club Rumba Website
Live music every Monday from 7 - 10 pm
Memphis' longest running open mic that features a live band. Every Monday night.
Doors open at 7:30pm. Show starts at 8:30pm.FREE BEFORE 8pm. $5 admission after 8pm. BYOB
Liquor in the front. Poker in the rear. Poker every Monday night at 8:30 pm.
Every Tuesday from 5 - 7 pm
Titos and Tacos with live music each week!
Sunset Yoga returns to Memphis Park! Enjoy a FREE yoga session from Downtown Yoga on the first Tuesday of each month at Memphis Park (located on Front Street across from Raymond James.) The class will be followed by a free wine tasting. Bring some food and have yourself a picnic with a beautiful Memphis sunset under the park's peaceful ambiance.
Click here to RSVP and guarantee your free parking spot.Please bring your own mat if possible, but Downtown Yoga will be providing extra mats as well.FREE wine (red and white) will be provided. Please bring your own food if you'd like to picnic.FREE Parking available! Please park in the Shoppers garage. (located next to Memphis Park, with a large, blue "P" on the outside. Let them know you are there for the Yoga event by showing your ticket. (must arrive before 6:05 pm)Follow @DowntownMemphis for all updates in case of a weather cancellation, we will also send an email. Sunset Yoga happens the first Tuesday of the month at Memphis Park / The Fourth Bluff.(Security provided before, during and after the event.)
Scott Southworth sings for suppers
All tips and 1/2 of CD sales go to MIFA Meals on Wheels Program
Big prizes. Free to play.
What's better than delicious $3 drafts? Not too damn much! 12 drafts, pulled by some of the best bartenders in town.
South Side Supper Club playing at Belle Tavern every first and third Tuesday of the month starting at 7:00 pm!
Follow Belle Tavern on Facebook for updates.
Every Wednesday from 5 - 8 pm, enjoy a local food truck (or two) at Miss Cordelias! Sometimes there are specials in the store as well and live music and games.
Follow via Facebook and Instagram for constant weekly updates on food trucks attending.
Whet Thursday is a free, public after-hours event held at the Metal Museum on the first Thursday of the month, April through October. Attendees can tour the Museum and Grounds, enjoy live local music, sample local food truck fare, watch a metalsmithing demonstration, attend a gallery talk, or take in a sunset from the best view along the Mississippi River. This year we are excited to be partnering with local Memphis business, food trucks and organizations for each event.
Tennessee Arts Commission | Central BBQ Food Truck on site
Admission: Free (unless otherwise noted).
Time: 5PM - 8PM *Museum buildings close at 7PM
Location: 374 Metal Museum Dr., Memphis, TN 38106
Parking: Free street parking along Metal Museum Drive is available.
Alcohol: ID is required. Wine and beer will be served.
Metal Museum Website
Multi-platinum international music sensation Celtic Woman presents VOICES OF ANGELS a captivating new show for 2017. Voices of Angels showcases the angelic voices of Susan McFadden, Máiréad Carlin, Éabha McMahon and introduces the breathtaking new Celtic violinist Tara McNeill, accompanied by a group of equally talented musicians and dancers whose exceptional skill and high energy bring a fresh fusion to centuries of musical and cultural tradition.
Featuring many songs from the forthcoming Voices of Angels album, this inspiring live concert experience features all new stage designs, stunning wardrobes, superb choreography and magnificent arrangements of timeless Irish traditional and contemporary standards in the group’s award-winning signature style. A true celebration of an incredible journey that has captivated millions, don’t miss Celtic Woman live in concert!
Tickets $42 - $102
Today, Future made a surprise announcement that his brand new self-titled album, FUTURE, [Epic Records/A1/Freebandz]—will be released this Friday, Feb. 17. In addition, the multi-platinum, record-setting hip-hop innovator and prolific cultural force reveals details for his massive Summer 2017 headline tour, the Nobody Safe Tour.
Future will headline amphitheaters and arenas across North America, beginning May 4 at FedExForum, playing major markets everywhere, and coming to a close at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV on June 30. Migos, Tory Lanez & Kodak Black are joining the tour as support with Young Thug and ASAP Ferg on selected dates.
Tickets and more information
Doors open at 7 pm.
Tickets: $22.50 - $25
Check out the New Daisy website for more details.
Billy Gibson and Linear Smith
Friday, May 5
11:30 am to 1:30 pm
Beale Street Music Festival is on every list of top music festivals in the world. #BSMF17
Official music lineup announced! Click here to check it out
Check the website for more information
Three-Day Passes On Sale Now: $95 - $150
VIP Three Day Passes: $595 - $695
2017 Poster: $35
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.
2017 Season Pass - $175Includes:Event Valet ParkingReserved Seating20% off in Chez Philippe, Capriccio Grill, Peabody Deli & Desserts
2017 Schedule:February 1: For the Love of WineMarch 1: Wine from Around the WorldApril 5: Wine Inspired by Nature (Spring Time Wines)May 3: Wine-0-1 (Select Sommeliers in 901 Area)June 7: American WinesAugust 2: Wines with HistorySeptember 6: Harvest WinesOctober 4: Dessert WinesNovember 1: Give Thanks for WineDecember 6: Festive WinesInformation: 901-529-4000
Join Art Village Gallery as we celebrate Colombia during Memphis in May! The vibrant and emotive artwork of Colombian artist Jorge Yances will be on view May 1 - May 31, with an opening wine reception Friday, May 5 and artist talk on May 6 (invitation to follow).The Exhibition: Cartagena: Memorias y Conexiones (“Cartagena: Memories and Connections”)An oil-on-canvas trek through the city of the artist’s youth reveals an imaginative eye. Yances brings elements of magical realism to his artful recollection of his native land. We are so honored to bring this one of a kind exhibition to Memphis!Our AgendaVernissage Private View (invitation only) - May 4Opening reception - May 5 | 6:30 - 8:30 pmArtist talk - Saturday, May 6 | 4:00 - 6:00 pm (invitation to follow)Closing reception: Friday, May 26 | 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Frankie Hollie and Some Noise
In this action packed day workshop, you will learn the fundamentals of street photography, how to create visually compelling images, how to conquer your fear of shooting street photography, as well as tips & tricks how to capture that decisive moment. You’ll also learn editing tips and tricks.The workshop is limited to an intimate class of 12 passionate individuals who want to take their street photography to new heights.
Meet at the Arcade Restaurant on Front Street at 7:45 am. We'll have a brief meeting to discuss the agenda, meet one another and expectations.
Admission $160 - click here for more information
Cam Kimbrough Live at The Crow!
Cam Kimbrough will be bringing the North Mississippi Hill Country Blues straight outta Marshall County to The Dirty Crow and playing original songs from his new EP "Head for the Hills," as well as some Hill Country classics. This is one you don't want to miss!
Checkout the Facebook Event for more info
Live music performances and a place for local musicians to network. Hosted by the Memphis Music Commission. No cover.
One of the most iconic bands in American history, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers announced today a scheduled stop as part of their 40th Anniversary Tour at FedExForum on Monday, May 8 featuring special guest Joe Walsh.
The Memphis CVB hosts it's annual one-day fair to celebrate National Travel and Tourism Week! The free and open to public party normally features giveaways from local businesses and restaurants, fun games, mascots, performers, artists, vendors, food trucks, live music and more!
Thursday, May 11
5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Come join us for the Jason Wells Band. Jason Wells is one of the most sought after blues and rock guitarists in the mid-west.Free valet parking with purchase of $50 or more in the Cafe or Rock Shop!http://jasonwellsmusic.com/
Sound of Colombia
"Herencia de Timbiquí is one of the most exciting tropical music acts out of Colombia in recent years" — World Music Central.org
What the audience at every Herencia de Timbiquí concert experiences is an explosion of musical energy, flavor, and rhythms that come from the deepest part of Colombia. Herencia de Timbiquí works to preserve the ancestral roots of the marimba de chonta, and traditional instruments such as the bombo, cununos, and the guasá and combines them with a powerful band, including energetic vocals, brass, keyboards, and guitar.
Herencia de Timbiquí’s music masterfully mixes ancestral sounds from the Afro-Colombian Pacific with elements of urban contemporary music to recreate all the power and rhythm of their indigenous instruments. They combine lyrics and melodies as mighty as the jungle, the rivers, and the Pacific Ocean that surround the town this group comes from.
The Viva Colombia International Gala will be held Friday, May 12 at The Peabody Hotel Skyway Ballroom. It will be a spectacular evening of dining and dance that includes Richard Marx as the featured entertainment. Visit our website for more information and to reserve your table.
Tickets $250 - $5,000, Click here to purchase tickets
The Off-Broadway hit comedy Men Are From Mars – Women Are From Venus LIVE! is a one-man fusion of theatre and stand-up, and is a light-hearted theatrical comedy based on the New York Times #1 best-selling book of the last decade by John Gray. Moving swiftly through a series of vignettes, the show covers everything from dating and marriage to the bedroom.
After beginning in Paris in 2007, Men are From Mars–Women are From Venus LIVE! has been seen by more than one million people around Europe. It debuted in the United States in February 2013 in Raleigh, North Carolina, and will be playing to audiences around the United States and Canada throughout the year.
This hysterical show will have couples elbowing each other all evening as they see themselves on stage. Sexy and fast paced, this show is definitely for adults, but will leave audiences laughing and giggling like little kids!
When Mars and Venus collide, the adventures are earth-shatteringly hysterical. It's a great recipe for a night out: a little storytelling blended with some comedy and a dash of sage wisdom from the book. A delicious evening of entertainment.
Friday @ 8 pm, Saturday @ 4 pm & 8 pm
Live music in the Coach House.
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Bashville Debuts at The Crow!
Beale Street Caravan presents Memphis music in the here and now. The City Champs at Loflin Yard with John Nemeth & The Blue Dreamers. There will be plenty of special guests in the house sitting in all night long. This show will be taped for broadcast on Memphis' very own internationally syndicated public radio program, Beale Street Caravan. Be there!Doors at 7pm. Show starts at 9pm sharp.Tickets $10 in advance. $12 at the door.
Join us on the Mississippi River for the Duncan-Williams, Inc. St. Jude Dragon Boat Races, benefiting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital! No prior experience is needed to participate in the race. Join a crew — or cheer one on — at this family-friendly event featuring live entertainment, food and all-day activities.
REGISTRATION FEECorporate team - $1,500Nonprofit team - $1,000
FEE INCLUDESAll equipment, Team training, 1 water session, Event day team tent
Click here for the website and registration information.
Hillbilly Mojo at The Crow!
An American in ParisSaturday, May 13, 2017 | 7:30 pm | Cannon
Robert Moody, conductor
Ricardo Morales, clarinet
DEBUSSY Premiere RhapsodyDEBUSSY La MerCOPLAND Clarinet ConcertoGERSHWIN An American in Paris
Saturday, May 13
8:00 pm to 11:00 pm
The ten-piece Love Light Orchestra plays real-deal Memphis Blues. It's the sound you would have heard floating from the windows of the Palace Club on Beale Street in the 40's and 50's. Think BB King. Bobby Blue Bland. Peacock Records. Duke Records. That's Memphis blues.The all-star band consists of: Blues Music Award-winner John Nemeth on vocals, Joe Restivo on guitar, Tim Goodwin on bass, Earl Lowe on drums, Gerald Stephens on keys, and a five piece horn section that includes Marc Franklin, Scott Thompson, Art Edmaiston Jason Yasinksy, and Kirk Smothers.Doors at 7pm. Show starts at 9pm.Tickets $10 in advance. $12 at the door.
Sunday, May 14
Black Love Live 3$16 – $20
The Metal Museum is pleased to announce the 3rd Annual Foundry Invitational and River Exhibition (F.I.R.E.), including foundry workshops, a slide lecture, an opportunity to participate in an iron pour and a Family Fun Day from 10:30AM – 2PM on Saturday, May 20 with food trucks and hands-on activities. This year’s guest artist for F.I.R.E. is James Wade Jr., Lecturer/ Researcher at University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. Wade will teach a pre-conference workshop, May 17-19, on techniques for utilizing 3D modeling and printing to invest into ceramic shell for metal casting. Students will learn these methods to prepare their own mold(s) for casting during the conference.
Join Memphis in May in 2017 for the most smoke-filled weekend of your life. America's most prestigious barbecue cooking competition is back in Tom Lee Park and celebrating the legacy of its 40th year in Memphis, TN. Come get BBQ'D with us!
Hop on your bike and pedal to work as we celebrate Bike to Work day in Downtown Memphis!
Stay tuned for fun events surrounding the day, and learn more at biketoworkmemphis.com
American Music Award winning and 2017 Grammy nominated artist The Chainsmokers will bring their EDM hits and wild antics to FedExForum on Friday, May 19, 2017 with special guest Kiiara and featuring Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Emily Warren. The show, promoted by Beaver Productions, was announced earlier today in a video by the DJ duo consisting of Drew Taggart and Alex Pall on thechainsmokers.com.
The Po Boys at The Dirty Crow
Join us as The Po Boys Bring their acoustic good-time music back to the soon to the newly enclosed deck at The Dirty Crow. You've likely seen Clint and Burney play but if you haven't, it's just a fun show of originals and classic covers by two excellent musicians. Great music, Great Friends, Great Food and Drinks!
For the second year, the National Civil Rights Museum is proud to partner with civil rights activist Ruby Bridges to present the Ruby Bridges Reading Festival on Saturday, May 20, from 10:00am to 3:00pm.
"Writeous Soul Presents" is an artist showcase which consists of poetry, comedy, dance, music, and more. This month, the Beale of Writes Poetry Slam, which takes place every 3rd Saturday, will make room for something different. If you missed your high school prom or had the time of your life and want to relive it, don't miss the 2nd Annual Adult Prom & Poetry. Infused with some of the best spoken word artist in the city, get ready for a night to remember. No theme, just dress to impress! Someone will be crowned Prom Queen & King, as well as Best Couple. Thanks in advance for all you do to support the Memphis spoken word community!