Bass Pro Shops at the Pyramid to host FLOCKTOBERFEST event for families and outdoors enthusiasts
Largest hunting event and sale returns to Memphis Oct. 7-9 and 14-16 with free entertainment, outdoors celebrities and more!
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
It's Sunday Funday Cerrito Bingo at Loflin Yard! Starts at 5 every week. Free to play. Visit cerritobingo.com for more info.#cerritobingo
The Memphis Grizzlies are ready to celebrate the start of the 2017-18 season with the 16th Annual Tip-Off Luncheon presented by ServiceMaster at 11:30 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 16 at FedExForum.
Grizzlies fans in attendance will have the chance to welcome back the entire team of players and coaches, catch up with them about the upcoming season and get a preview of the new HD digital displays throughout FedExForum. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear an insider’s perspective from Coach David Fizdale and get some basketball insight from General Manager Chris Wallace while participating in new interactive activities and more!
Individual tickets are $65 with tables available for $550 for 10 seats, a savings of $100. A commemorative growl towel is included with each ticket. For $2,250, businesses and fans alike can purchase a table that will allow them to sit and talk hoops with various players, coaches and executives as this year, all will be visiting multiple tables throughout the luncheon. Tickets can be purchased HERE. Luncheon attendees will also have the chance to take part in the silent and live auctions held throughout the event featuring unique memorabilia and fan experiences. All proceeds from the luncheon, including the live and silent auctions, will benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Doors open at 11 a.m. followed by the event program and lunch from 11:30 a.m.– 1:30 p.m.Tables will go fast, so fans are encouraged to reserve a spot today (registration form attached). The 16th Annual Tip-Off Luncheon is presented by ServiceMaster and associate sponsor Mercury Printing.
All fans are encouraged to download the new Grizzlies auction platform on their mobile devices by searching ‘Handbid’ in the iTunes store or in Google Play. Through the Handbid app, fans will be able to bid on one-of-a-kind Grizzlies items and experiences remotely.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit grizzlies.com or call (901) 888-HOOP.
Live music performances and a place for local musicians to network. Hosted by the Memphis Music Commission. No cover.
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! Great show, all ages welcome and its FREE!
Writeous Soul presents Poetry in Motion - Open Mic
Every Monday night. Spoken word, comedy, music, moments.
7:00pm - 11:30pm
Club Rumba Website
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.
Jimmy Ogle Free Walking Tour - South Front Street
Historian Jimmy Ogle leads a free tour of the historic South Front Street. Meet at the Hotel Chisca (South Main & Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue). FREE. Tuesday, October 17, 11:45am (604-5002) jimmyogle.com.
John Mulaney is an Emmy Award-winning writer and comedian. He most recently starred in the Broadway hit, "Oh, Hello on Broadway” alongside Nick Kroll.
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.
Every Wednesday, a local food truck or two (or three) make their way to Miss Cordelia's in Harbor Town!
Food, drinks and live music from 5 - 8 pm!
Follow social media each week for food truck details.
Grab your bike (or one of ours) for a leisurely exploration of the Medical District. On October 18, we'll explore the Memphis Medical District.Freewheel is FREE and open to all. The slow ride will depart from 600 Monroe Avenue (across from Edge Alley) at 6 p.m. Bikes are first come, first serve basis.Feel free to arrive early to claim a bike from our "first come, first serve" fleet or grab a beer at High Cotton Brewing Co.
It's FREE bingo every Wednesday night at The Green Beetle - Oldest Tavern in Memphis.Enjoy Memphis' best burger & $3 Diamond Bear Brewing Company drafts & bottles while you play.Free to play. Family friendly. Visit cerritobingo.com for more info.
Guarantee your seats to all the best matchups today with 2017-18 Season Tickets starting at $9 per game by calling (901) 888.HOOP (4667) or visiting grizzlies.com.
Marty Stuart is a five-time GRAMMY-winner, platinum recording artist, Lifetime Achievement Award recipient from the Americana Music Association, Grand Ole Opry star, and songwriter.
Hosted by Amber Dunn. No Cover. Songwriters are welcome to come play their original music.
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!
Jimmy Ogle Free Walking Tour - Judge D'Army Bailey Courthouse
Historian Jimmy Ogle leads a free tour of the historical Courthouse. Meet up at the southwest steps (Adams & Second). Free. Thursday, October 19, 12:00pm (604-5002) jimmyogle.com.
Southern Sirens and Shake(s), Rattle, and Roll
Creatively links Memphis music to the works of Shakespeare! Discover chart-topping, foot-stomping SHAKESPEARE featuring Jillian Barron and Zach Williams in a musical 45-minute performance.
Directed by Stephanie ShineThis fast-paced 45-minute show creatively links Memphis music that came out of Stax Recording Studios and Sun Studios in the 50s and 60s to the works of Shakespeare! Discover chart-topping, foot-stomping Shakespeare featuring Jillian Barron and Zach Williams in this musical performance.Food trucks will be parked nearby.
Since 1991, the Freedom Award has served as a symbol of the ongoing fight for human rights both in America and worldwide. The Freedom Award Ceremony is an after-five affair that brings together world renowned leaders and superior entertainment for an inspiring evening.
Click here for tickets
Yoga and beer pairing. Beginner-friendly, fun yoga followed by a pint. No experience necessary. No watchasana.
$15 every Thursday
Join us for the 4th annual Charity Poker Tournament benefitting The American Cancer Society - Making Strides Against Breast Cancer! The event is hosted by Blind Bear Memphis and food and drink specials will be available. Donate at the door to play!RULES$20 donation = $2,000 in chips$30 donation = $4,000 in chipsOne re-buy* per player:$10 re-buy donation = $1,000 in chiips$20 re-buy donation = $2,000 in chips*Re-buys may be based on blind, instead of being limited to one (based on attendance)To learn more about Making Strides, to join the cause or to donate, visit our team page at:http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR/?fr_id=84774&pg=team&team_id=2207280
The Blackwater Trio, a folk band hailing from Clarksdale, MS, join us for our Front Porch Series, which features acoustic music on the Coach House porch every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday through the month of October. Enjoy the performance with a beer or fall cocktail in hand. No cover. The Front Porch Series takes place throughout October: Thursday shows occur during our 5:00-7:00 p.m. happy hour and weekend shows have flexible afternoon times, usually beginning around 2:00 or 3:00 p.m. See you at the yard.
Live music from local artists, $2 Tacos and $5.50 drink specials every Thursday from 7-1o on the FSR Patio.
Follow FSR on Facebook for updates on artists each week.
On November 18th, bozwell+lily will host Memphis MC, producer and poet Bartholomew Jones at our store. Bartholomew Jones crafts a vision of hip hop that speaks to both aspects of his city's canvas. His music echoes the city's issues and it’s legacy. You can hear a lot of early blues, progressive jazz, soul, classic Hip Hop, pop electronica, and really whatever else you can think of. A creative at heart, Bartholomew channels way with words through the microphone, production, spoken word, public speaking, and teaching
Bartholomew also brews his passions of music, social justice and coffee together for a sound like no one else. Join us for this very special night. Doors 7pm show 8pmCoffee bar will be openCocktails + beer will be availableRead more Read less
PALS Would like to invite you to the Annual LipSync Battle. We have reserved Loflin Yard for one epic night, and we have had some great prizes donated for the winners. Tickets for this event are ONLY $7, which includes entry, one BEER, and finger sandwiches! Also, for only one dollar per song, you get to belt out those lyrics for real, when DJ Eggroll lays down your favorites, in Donation Karaoke! Time to prove you can "Sang." Do LipSync, do Karaoke or do both because donations, and all proceeds, go to support PALS and the positive initiatives of Alternative Spring Break.
Want to enter a whole team? For ONLY $25.00 your group can enter the battle, and get a beer for each member and food (Teams of more than 5 may be charged a small additional fee).The deadline to turn in your money and song choice, for singles or groups participating in LipSync is Tuesday October 17 @5pm. Venmo is @UMpals2017. If using Venmo, be sure to include in the description any relevant information. Any Questions? Please email Alexandra Francis at: francis1 [at] memphis [dot] edu. And yes, we have heard the rumors that there may be a group of faculty competing in this years PALS LipSync Battle. See you there!
Join Brian Johnston and Jennifer Jones, formerly of Swingin Leroy, for a night of acoustic tunes from all walks of the dial: country, pop, rock, funk, R&B, and a few things that'll just surprise you. Great harmonies, great songs, great times. Get out of the house!
Every Thursday night from 8 - 11pm
Can you imagine what it is like to be chained to a desk with nothing but a mouse for entertainment? What it must feel like to be kept in a tiny cubicle for eight hours a day? This is day-to-day life for many downtown office workers. The Fourth Bluff Project and Memphis Animal Services are teaming up to help these needy office workers break the shackles of sedentary life. Come and see big-hearted, friendly adoption dogs rescue loving people and take them for a walk--that’s how much these dogs care about you! Memphis Animal Services is bringing a wide variety of friendly, happy dogs to interact with the downtown community for this special pilot project, which creates a wonderful opportunity for people to see the amazing dogs that are waiting for good and loving homes.
Sample various wines in store for free!
Weekly specials for you to take a bottle home.
Friday Live Music Series!
Enjoy one of the best patios in Downtown on the Main Street strip Fridays for Live Music Series + Happy Hour.
Happy Hour: 4PM – 9PMLive Music: 7PM – 9PM
Watch for more featured events in the future at LYFE Kitchen + Chisca Bar's website.
Nashville roots/americana duo The Truehearts make their debut at South Main Sounds Anna Jordan returns for a second time with her Hot Springs Partner in crime Christine DeMeo. It will be another fun night of original tunes at the little music joint that could! Join us, won’t you?
What happens when a mother holds on to her son too long? That’s precisely what we learn as this all-star cast unite to tell the story of a young man who takes pride in being macho but really is a momma’s boy.
Set in the inner city, Aaron and Autumn join forces as police officers in a town plagued by violence. Autumn is then forced to move into Aaron’s home with her sons. Autumn has spoiled and catered to her sons every need which has earned them the title of being momma’s boys. This is where Aaron’s plight begins to turn these boys to men. In an awkward turn of events, Autumn decides to confront Aaron about his own relationship with his mother. Aaron’s mother, who has resided with him for the past 10 years, feels that no woman can take care of her son like she can. She has run away potential prospects in the past and intends to do same with Autumn.
The big question that remains is how can Aaron turn Autumn's boys into men when he is a “Momma’s Boy” himself?
Starring Johnny Gill, Robin Givens, Nephew Tommy, Jackée, Shirley Murdock, Dawn Robinson, and Canton Jones
Brad Birkedahl is best known for his work with the rockabilly trio, The Dempseys. Today Birkedahl has expanded his rock n' roll repertoire with a brand new powerhouse stage show. All Ages No Cover https://www.facebook.com/brad.birkedahl
Join us downtown on the evening of Friday, October 20th for Ptolemy’s annual Fall Party at 5Spot, in the back room of historic haunted dive bar Earnestine and Hazel's! The event starts at 8:00pm and lasts until Midnight. This year we will have a traditional Halloween theme- so everyone has the chance bring their creative, scary, or weird costume A-GAME!This party is open to Ptolemy members and guests alike, so invite all of your friends, coworkers, or cool family members - you know it's going to be a good time! Live entertainment will be provided by the Sofa Kings - get ready to get down on the dance floor! We will also of course have jello shots, an open bar, and world-famous Soulburgers served all night.*Costume Contest Details to be released soon!*Ptolemy Members and Companion Guard- this event is included in your annual dues for you and your plus one! Your annual dues must be paid before or at the event. Payment details included in your Ptolemy Emails.Non-Ptolemy Members: Guest tickets will be $57.00 presale online at:https://squareup.com/store/ptolemy/Tickets will also be sold at the door for $60.00!We hope to see you all on October 20th dressed to impress or scare! HIP HIP!
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.
Run with a whole new perspective. The Big River Crossing Half Marathon + 5K benefiting Peer Power will feature the first race to make the interstate trek across the Mississippi River’s longest public pedestrian bridge. The event also includes a 5K through Downtown and Tom Lee Park with inspiring views of Big River Crossing and the Mississippi River. These races will fund Peer Power’s mission to empower and inspire scholars through its innovative student-to-student tutoring program. Join as a participant or a sponsor for this historic event and to support scholars’ futures.
Join us as we celebrate the opening of the Downtown portion of the Wolf River Greenway, a new trail addition for the Memphis community, on north Mud Island where the Wolf meets the Mississippi!DJ Capital A - Free Yoga - Jimmy Ogle Tours - Food Trucks - Beer- Sache T-Shirts - Chalk Art - Amurica Photo Booth - and more!The Wolf River Greenway is a corridor of protected green space along the Wolf River that includes a paved pathway for non-motorized transportation. Built in phases, this 23-mile trail will connect neighborhoods all the way from the north end of Mud Island, in Downtown Memphis, through the neighborhoods of north central Memphis, connecting to Shelby Farms and eastward to Germantown and Collierville.Follow #wonderofthewolf for more Wolf River Greenway updatesMore info at https://wolfriver.org/default.aspx?p=129528&evtid=630012%3A10%2F21%2F2017Location: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Boat+Access+%2F+Trail+Heademail@example.com,-90.0574426,908m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x87d57f22b32849ff:0x1d26eddbf1cf6521!8m2!3d35.1818227!4d-90.0567281
Just clear your whole calendar for the 21st of October 2017. That way, you know you won't miss a single moment of Memphis Smoke. We have already begun to confirm some of the most widely known names in the cigar industry!! Do NOT miss out on this incredible event.For the first time, we are allowing you to pay for your ticket over time. Head to tinderboxtn.com to save your spot at Memphis Smoke today!Confirmed Vendors include:General Cigar Company, AJ Fernandez, La Palina, Kristoff, Alec Bradley, Drew Estate, Perdomo, CLE/Asylum, Xikar, Espinosa, Mombacho, L'atelier/Tatuaje, La Flor Dominicana, Caldwell
Tickets start at $25. Click here to purchase ticketsThe 3rd annual Memphis Smoke event is exclusively presented by Tinder Box of Tennessee and its employees.
The Rusty Pieces, a soulful Memphis duo are up next in our Front Porch Series, which features acoustic bluegrass music on the Coach House porch every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday through the month of October. Enjoy the performance with a beer or fall cocktail in hand. No cover. The Front Porch Series takes place throughout October: Thursday shows occur during our 5:00-7:00 p.m. happy hour and weekend shows have flexible afternoon times, usually beginning around 2:00 or 3:00 p.m. See you at the yard.
The 3rd Annual Pints for Pits Fundraiser will be Saturday, October 21, 2017 from 4-8 pm benefiting Memphis Pets Alive! There will be live music, a silent auction and discounted pints. Admission is $25 and includes a Pints for Pits t-shirt, MPA car magnet and goodies from Hollywood Feed. For $15, you can add a hat with the MPA! logo to your order! Prices at the door will be $30 for admission and $20 for a hat. Social pets are welcome. We would like to thank High Cotton for hosting this great event again and our platinum sponsors Superlo Foods and Hollywood Feed for their continued support!
Official Yngwie MalmsteenWorld on Fire Tour 2017Saturday October 21stDoor 7pm / Show 8pmAll AgesTickets on sale Friday July 21st at newdaisy.com
The Mandy Vixen Trio tones it down from the full band to give you a night of fun groovy tunes. Shakers, guitars, and hand drums will accent great vocals and songs, to give your night a cool thrill. Add to your calendar
DJ Hot Tub Eric: 3pmLittle Bandit: 4pCoco Hames: 5pThanks to our sponsors: Goner Records, Shoulder Tap, Wiseacre Brewing Company, Miss Cordelia's and Cordelia's Table, Regional One Health, Memphis Med Peds - Dr. Allison Stiles, The Memphis Flyer, Bluff City Pizza, Music for Aardvarks, MemphisCoco: http://CocoHames.com/Little Bandit: http://LittleBanditMusic.com/
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.
Local group Graber Grass joins us again in the next installment of our Front Porch Series, which features acoustic bluegrass music on the Coach House porch every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday through the month of October. Enjoy the performance with a beer or fall cocktail in hand. No cover. The Front Porch Series takes place throughout October: Thursday shows occur during our 5:00-7:00 p.m. happy hour and weekend shows have flexible afternoon times, usually beginning around 2:00 or 3:00 p.m. See you at the yard.
Kirk Whalum presents:Sunday Night Jazz at the DaisySunday October 22 Doors 6pmSpecial Guest: Larry Carlton and friends NEW DAISY THEATRE 330 East Beale St Memphis - 901.525.8981Limited Advance Tickets Available at NewDaisy.com
Laramie is a captivating indie rock band with roots in Memphis, Tennessee. The group is a diverse combination of multi-talented musicians and writers guided by lead singer and songwriter, Laramie Renae. Jameson Patz is on drums; Alleli Hull and Dylan Wheeler are on guitar; and Eric Evans is on bass. Rather than being hindered by a challenge, Laramie turns diversity into one of their strongest qualities and uses it as a tool to write dynamic works of art. Band members are given the freedom to express their individual creativity and craft while staying true to the group’s underlying message and overall sound. With each song, Laramie aims to leave a lasting impression and to draw the listener in for a ride that promises to be haunting, raw, and transparent. Add to your calendar
Jimmy Ogle Free Walking Tour - B.B. King Boulevard Tour
Historian Jimmy Ogle leads a free tour of B.B. King Blvd. from the Sterick Building to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue. Meet up at the Sterick Building (Madison Avenue & B.B. King Blvd, former Third Street). Free, Tuesday, October 24, 11:45am (604-5002) jimmyogle.com.
Hot Rods on Beale
4th Tuesday of the Month from April - October, 6:00 - 10:00 pm
April 25, May 23, June 27, August 22, September 26, October 24
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!
If you do not have a parking pass you will not be allowed to park on Beale Street and will be turned away.
Free and open to all!
Anyone with a hot rod and who would like to participate needs to contact: Clarence Goodwin at (901) 412-7324 or email him at goodie12 [at] bellsouth [dot] net
AN AMERICAN IN PARIS is the new Tony Award®-winning musical about an American soldier, a mysterious French girl, and an indomitable European city, each yearning for a new beginning in the aftermath of war.
Acclaimed director/choreographer and 2015 Tony Award®-winner Christopher Wheeldon brings the magic and romance of Paris into perfect harmony with unforgettable songs from George and Ira Gershwin in the show that earned more awards than any other musical in the 2015 season!
The New York Times raves, "AN AMERICAN IN PARIS is a triumph! Pure joy!" and the Wall Street Journal declares, "Once you’ve seen it, you'll find it hard to settle for less ever again." Don’t miss this stunning Broadway hit when it arrives in Memphis on its first national tour!
10/24-26 @ 7:30pm, 10/27 @ 8 pm, 10/28 @ 2 & 8 pm, 10/29 @ 1 & 6:30 pm
Ticket and more information
In 1967, a young writer from Waycross, Georgia attending college in Memphis visited Stax Records, and observed Otis Redding and Booker T. & the MGs lay down the core tracks for what would eventually become Redding's posthumous classic, "The Dock of the Bay." Booth's observations about this session, plus interviews with David Porter, Isaac Hayes, Carla Thomas, and others, became "The Memphis Soul Sound," an article originally published in 1969. Booth's myriad writings - on everything from the Rolling Stones and Furry Lewis to Elvis Presley and Janis Joplin were collected for the 1991 anthology, Rhythm Oil. Now, some 50 years after his initial visit to Stax, Booth returns to College and McLemore to read his original piece and share his observations on Otis Redding, the Stax legacy, and Memphis music. Bob Mehr of the Memphis Commercial Appeal will introduce Mr. Booth.
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.
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Grab your bike (or one of ours) for a leisurely exploration of the Elmwood. On October 25, we'll explore the Memphis Medical District.Freewheel is FREE and open to all. The slow ride will depart from 600 Monroe Avenue (across from Edge Alley) at 6 p.m. Bikes are first come, first serve basis.Feel free to arrive early to claim a bike from our "first come, first serve" fleet or grab a beer at High Cotton Brewing Co.
On October 26th 2017, Music Cities Convention will be heading to the birthplace of rock 'n' roll and the home of the Blues, Memphis, Tennessee.The schedule for the event is:Wednesday 25th October 20176:00-9:00pm - Opening reception at the Stax Museum of American Soul Music and the Memphis Slim CollaboratoryThursday 26th October 20179:15-10:00am - Registration10:00-5:50pm - Conference5:50-7:30pm - ReceptionFriday 27th October 201710:00am-2:00pm - Roundtable Sessions presented by Music Cities Network7:00pm - Memphis Music Hall of Fame Induction CeremonyYou can see the online schedule here: http://www.musiccitiesconvention.com/schedule/And you can see the latest speakers here: http://www.musiccitiesconvention.com/speakers-memphis/Music Cities Memphis is presented by Music Export Memphis Memphis Music Initiative and Sound Diplomacy.#MCCMemphis2017 #musiccities
The Greater Memphis Auto Dealers Association (GMADA) kicks off the 2017 Memphis International Auto Show with a Preview Party at the Cook Convention Center at 6:00 PM on October 26th. The party will allow guests to get a sneak peek at all of the Show’s cars, while enjoying food, drinks and entertainment, and celebrating the organization’s 101st anniversary. The evening’s theme, “GMADA Goes Pink” pays tribute to Breast Cancer Awareness Month and a portion of the ticket sales will go to Susan G. Komen Memphis-Mid-South.
Memphis native Logan Hanna joins us for our Front Porch Series, which features acoustic bluegrass music on the Coach House porch every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday through the month of October. Enjoy the performance with a beer or fall cocktail in hand. No cover. The Front Porch Series takes place throughout October: Thursday shows occur during our 5:00-7:00 p.m. happy hour and weekend shows have flexible afternoon times, usually beginning around 2:00 or 3:00 p.m. See you at the yard.
Hard Rock Cafe Memphis presents: Adam Heart Memphis. You've probably heard Adam tickling' the ivories around town! Join us as he brings his sing-a-long, good time show to our stage! No Cover/All Ages/Valet Parking
Hard Rock Cafe Memphis presents: Adam Heart Memphis. You've probably heard Adam tickling' the ivories around town! Join us as he brings his sing-a-long, good time show to our stage!
No Cover/All Ages/Valet Parking
Fall on Beale: Russell Dickerson & Lindsay Ell
All shows are ALL AGES & FREE. All shows will be held in Handy Park starting at 7:30pm.
Join us at the Tin Roof after the show to get your picture taken with Russell Dickerson & Lindsey Ell.
Listen to KIX 106 for your chance to win VIP seating! No coolers please.
Join Old Dominick's Distillery on Thursday, October 26 at 7:30pm for the first installment of Old Dominick’s Pure Memphis Concert Series starring Mark Edgar Stuart. For $20, enjoy an intimate House Show Experience in our one-of-a-kind Rooftop Terrace with complimentary light appetizers and cocktail specials.
Tickets $20. Limited seating available, purchase your tickets here.
MFG Promotions and New Daisy presentsHighly SuspectBONES ukw/ DJ RedbeesThursday, October 26, 2017Doors 7PM // Show 8PMAll AgesTicket on Friday August 11 at 10AM CST
RiverArtsFest is a street celebration of fine arts and fine local music with live artist demonstrations and hands-on art activities for all ages. Nearly 200 artists from around the country and right here in Memphis gather to exhibit and sell their latest works of original fine arts in what’s become the largest outdoor juried artist market and urban street festival in the Mid-South.
Friday, October 27: FREE 6:00-10:00 p.m.Saturday, October 28: $5 Admission 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Sunday, October 29: $5 Admission 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Children 10 and under get in Free
Memphis’ largest collection of cars, trucks, SUVs and crossovers under one roof is back October 27 – 29, 2017 as the Memphis International Auto Show rolls into the Memphis Cook Convention Center with hundreds of new vehicles. This annual event will allow attendees to check out the latest in-car technology and test drive more than a dozen vehicles. With so much to experience, the auto show is the best place to kick start your research, fuel your automotive passion or spend an afternoon with the family.
Friday, October 27, 10 am – 9 pm
Saturday, October 28, 10 am – 9 pm
Sunday, October 29, 10 am – 5 pm
Admission to the event is $8 for adults (13 and over) and $6 for seniors (62 and over) and active military with any DOD ID. Children 12 and under are admitted free with a paying adult on all show days. Advance E-tickets can be purchased online atwww.memphisautoshow.com. Purchase an adult ticket online and save $1. Free parking at the Convention Center Garage off Winchester St. is included with attendance, and tickets include a 1-year subscription to Motor Trend.
Friday – October 27, 2017 5pm-7pm - Welcome Reception. Zombie Staff will be offering Ghostly Bites. Mad Scientist Mixologists will serve Specialty Spooktails. Ultimate S’mores and Dipped Apples. 6pm-9pm – Entertainment by TBD Rock Band 7pm – Costume Contest 7:30pm-9pm – Guests may opt in for complimentary Haunted Memphis Tour. (By reservation only.) 7:30pm-9pm – Guests may stay at the Cafe for a showing of GM’s choice Horror Flick on Patio. 9pm - Public Halloween Costume Party with DJ Entertainment at 9pm. Charity Information Hard Rock Cafe Memphis Pin Fest will benefit the Hard Rock Heals Foundation.
The Hard Rock Heals Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization and oversees all philanthropic outreach for Hard Rock International. The Hard Rock Heals Foundation provides grants and assistance to individuals whose goal is to heal through the power of music.
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
As night falls and darkness descends you are cordially invited to Haunted Happenings at the Woodruff-Fontaine House! Join us this evening as mischief unfolds. Walk the darkened halls as spectral docents lead the way. Hear the stories of people long past; the dead become living for one night only. Meet the families that started it all. Allow gypsies to foretell your future and partake in a live paranormal investigation conducted by Historical Haunts Memphis. Turn of the century Halloween treats will be served while you enjoy Victorian themed fun. Don your costume, old or new, if you wish!
(No full coverage face masks allowed)
Adults $25 Children $10 (12 & under) For more information please call 901.526.1469 or email contact [at] woodruff-fontaine [dot] org
Hattiloo Theatre's very own Ekundayo Bandele hosted the original Speakeasy at Jack Robinsons Gallery and Change is back to SpeakIt Easy for Memphians and visitors alike, 'Who don't know Jack!' Jack Robinson & his art that is! The Gallery is spirited and filled with the captivating creations of photographer Jack Robinson thanks to Dan & Emily Oppenheimer. Beginning Friday, October 27, 2017 (and continuing Downtown Memphis Trolley Nights) the door at 44 Huling Ave. will open to: El Hakim The Poet, The Sounds of ESoul Records Artist Rod Hayyim, the unique vocals of Cequita Monique, Threatt's Beats on Drums, and greetings from the storysharing Griot with the capacity to change your frame of being! Art by Memphis's own the incomparable Frank D. Robinson (no relation that we know?) whose works of art have adorned many walls including the space that was Precious Cargo at the foot of The Pyramid will be featured in the SpeakIt Easy space! Join us for a spirited evening of audio-visual sights and delectable delights as you InJoy all that is the Downtown Memphis Trolley Night Tour! go to r-a-w-change.com (door 44 gallery) to sneak a peek at a visual of the artist that will entertain your senses in every sense of the word!
They've got the rockabilly groove that will make you move! Free Admission/All Ages/Valet Parking. Playing tribute to the founding fathers of rock 'n roll, the Brandon Cunning Band sets its sights on one thing: delivering timeless rockabilly songs in their authentic, high-energy state.
Get ready for the party of your life! The annual Day of the Dead Fiesta by Latino Memphis is the most vibrant party celebrating life, culture & tradition! This grand social event was named one of Memphis' Top 10 Parties of 2016 by The Commercial Appeal. Dress in black and white for the occasion and get ready to dance your life away to Latin rhythms at this upscale fiesta which features one-of-a-kind performances by Aztec dancers, folkloric dance group Herencia Hispana, a Hip-hop meets Salsa performance by New Ballet Ensemble & Salsa Memphis, sugar skull-inspired face painting, food bites, handmade flower-making stations, a photo booth, Mariachi Guadalajara, music by DJ Moi, Catrinas by Cazateatro Bilingual Theater Group and so much more. This will definitely be a night to remember!
Must be 21+ to attend. / I.D. check upon arrival / No refunds.Online ticket sales close at noon Thursday, Oct. 26. Tickets will only be available at the door on Friday, Oct. 27 for $65 for General Admission & $100 for VIP tickets. Parking and drinks not included with purchase.
ATTIREDress in black and white for the occasion — No Halloween costumes.
General Admission$50 online / $65 at the door Oct. 27 Online ticket sales close Thursday, Oct. 26 at noon. Includes: entrance and small food bites Face painting and drinks NOT included, but available for purchase.Buy your ticket here
Click here for more FAQ and detailed info
Daley - The Spectrum TourGet tickets: http://bit.ly/DaleyMemphisOct27Friday October 27New Daisy TheatreDoors 8pm, Show 9pm$20 Adv / $25 DOSAll AgesDaley’s new album ‘The Spectrum’ available now! Listen at http://smarturl.it/Daley-TheSpectrumPresented by Bowe Inc., Reaction Media & MFG Promotions
Run through the heart of Downtown Memphis and help fight the battle against breast cancer. The Memphis-MidSouth Race for the Cure is the only Race/Walk in our community that gives grants to local hospitals and health care providers for mammograms and diagnostics. The race returns for it's 3rd year in Downtown, and will start at AutoZone Park, the home of our Memphis Redbirds!
"We are proud that since 1993 we have granted almost $10 million locally. No one does what we do to fight breast cancer here at home. The event raises significant funds and awareness for the breast cancer movement, celebrates breast cancer survivorship and honors those who have lost their battle with the disease. However, the Race for the Cure is not WHAT we do but HOW we do it. We raise funds so that we can give local health care grants so that women in our community are never denied breast health care."
"We are proud that since 1993 we have granted almost $10 million locally. No one does what we do to fight breast cancer here at home. The event raises significant funds and awareness for the breast cancer movement, celebrates breast cancer survivorship and honors those who have lost their battle with the disease. However, the Race for the Cure is not WHAT we do but HOW we do it. We raise funds so that we can give local health care grants so that women in our community are never denied breast health care."
(Race starts at 9:00, Expo opens at 9:30, Survivor Brunch at 10:45)
Saturday – October 28, 2017 10am – Coffee, Juice, and World Famous Gibson’s Donuts 10am-3pm – Pin Trading and Silent Auction 12noon – Lunch Served 1pm – Live Auction 3pm – Event concludes, but guests are welcome to stay to trade and mingle. Charity Information Hard Rock Cafe Memphis Pin Fest will benefit the Hard Rock Heals Foundation.
Celebrate Halloween Loflin-style with a DJ in the Coach House, a costume contest at 9 pm with prizes for winners, and spooky specials. Bring a decorated/carved Jack-O'-Loflin to the Yard by the 28th to get a spooky treat.
They will have small batch Halloween cocktails and the yard will be decorated.
Cellist singer-songwriter Jana Misener performs at our Front Porch Series, which features acoustic bluegrass music on the Coach House porch every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday through the month of October. Enjoy the performance with a beer or fall cocktail in hand. No cover. The Front Porch Series takes place throughout October: Thursday shows occur during our 5:00-7:00 p.m. happy hour and weekend shows have flexible afternoon times, usually beginning around 2:00 or 3:00 p.m. See you at the yard.
Prepare your bodies and your souls for a most hallowed evening of performances. Kick off your Halloween Saturday night properly, with a powerful ceremony of dance and movement. The dance floor at Rumba Room is opening up yet again for pole dancing, acrobatics, modern dance, jazz dance, belly dance and all kinds of extraordinary feats. Let our performers dazzle you with a mix of entertainment to be found nowhere else in Memphis.
From 6-7:30pm, we'll be hosting a community jam session open to all. Learn pole and acro, share, show your stuff, or just watch amazing local talent. Then kick back and watch the professional showcase from 7:30-9pm. As always, tickets $7 in advance, $13 at the door. Tricks, treats, and costumes encouraged.
Join us for Pink in the Paint Night as the Grizzlies take on the Rockets following the Susan G. Komen Memphis-MidSouth’s Race for the Cure happening earlier that day! A portion of every ticket purchased through this link will go back towards their race goal.Please share with friends and family interested in making a contribution and joining us for a fun night of basketball to benefit the fight against breast cancer.Additional Details:A portion of every ticket sold will go back to Race for the Cure’s Donation Goal to help reduce the current number of breast cancer deaths by 50% in the U.S. by 2026Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Beanie will be included with every ticket purchased by October 12th Tickets purchased after October 12th will receive their beanie on a separate date after game dayPlease contact Lindsay Sorenson with any questions or concerns at 901-205-1461 or lsorenson [at] grizzlies [dot] com.
American Idol Alum, Equoia Coleman will kick off her first annual event entitled “The Pink Note” which is a benefit concert she will headline as a one woman show. Equoia has her own personal story after losing her God-Great Grandmother to breast cancer and other family members who are survivors. She will tell a story through songs with her powerful voice and commanding stage presence. An intimate night paying respect to all those who have fought, won, still fighting and remembering those we have lost. Get ready for a night of celebrating music as we champion the fight against breast cancer!!!
Award-winning guitarist/vocalist Matthew Davidson from Shreveport, LA (now based in Nashville, TN) began performing professionally in 2010 and since then “has achieved an immense amount of recognition, support and admiration”, according to International Musician magazine. With musical influences as diverse as The Beatles, Stevie Ray Vaughan, John Mayer and Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Davidson is a triple-threat: guitarist, vocalist and songwriter…performing rock, blues and pop with equal command. Matthew released his debut EP “Step Up” in 2012, produced by legendary bassist Joe Osborn, followed by his 2014 EP "Cross My Heart". "Matthew has been making some major waves in the music world, and stunning the ears of multiple guitar enthusiasts and organizations across the country", reports Guitar International. To date, Matthew has over 350 live performances to his credit. These include recent shows in the Nashville area at venues such as Kimbro's Pickin' Parlor, The Country, Two Old Hippies, Opry Mills Mall, Tennessee Brew Works, as well as a previous performance at the Hard Rock Cafe in Memphis, TN. www.matthewdavidson.net
A group of Memphians from the South Main Dirty Dozen, Beale Loft Remnants, as well as many others come together for the third year to throw an all out bash while raising money for a important local cause, Church Health. This year's Thriller Night will be held on October 28th starting at 9pm. This year the party will be even larger with three neighboring venues: Stop 345, Tad’s Indoor Trailer Park, and Brinson’s (341 Madison Ave., Memphis TN 38103).
Sinners for Saints Memphis has raised over $30,000 the past two years to benefit the Church Health Center, all while having an eerily great time doing it. Since 1987, Church Health's mission has been to improve health and well-being so that people can experience the full richness of life in Memphis.
This party is expected to be the biggest yet with three venues for one all-inclusive price. You can hit the dance party at Stop 345 with DJ SuperBrad and the legendary 80’s rock tribute band, AQUANET. If a more laid-back atmosphere is your scene, you can chill in the all acoustic Indoor Trailer Park Voodoo Lounge with Charvey Mac. Want to be in the limelight yourself? You can perform all night karaoke at Brinson’s with DJ Lil’ Eggroll.
We’ve got free photos from the Amurica Photo Booth, Authentic Fortune Tellers, Open Bar including beer, mixed drinks, punches, Hipner’s craft Jell-O shots, and an expanded selection of food from some of your favorite local restaurants. Remember this is a Halloween party so dress up to win $1000s worth of prizes for best costumes!
All that and more for only $50 in advance and $60 at the door. Don’t wait! We’ve sold out every year. This event is 21 and up.
Buy Tickets now at: www.sinnersforsaintsball.com or check out Facebook event "3rd Annual Sinners for Saints Ball".
Hosted by Julie Wheeler. Doors open at 8:30 pm. $10 general admission; $20 VIP. 21+
HALLOWEEN Alice in Daisyland feat The Crystal MethodDJ TreeScotty BDefcon EngagedPowered by Funktion-One (Official)Saturday, October 28th, 2017Doors at 10 PMAges 18+
Memphis' own John Paul Keith brings his talents to our Front Porch Series, which features acoustic bluegrass music on the Coach House porch every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday through the month of October. Enjoy the performance with a beer or fall cocktail in hand. No cover. The Front Porch Series takes place throughout October: Thursday shows occur during our 5:00-7:00 p.m. happy hour and weekend shows have flexible afternoon times, usually beginning around 2:00 or 3:00 p.m. See you at the yard.
Memphis TN: Bring the whole family out to enjoy an evening of fun at Loflin Yard. Please stop by the Hollywood Feed tent to register your four legged family member for the costume contest starting at 3:00pm. Dont miss out on the great prizes and fun doggy bags.
Travis Bowlin was born into a family of true music lovers, not players, but real listeners. From Rock 'n Roll to Southern Gospel, Motown to Country, he listened to a wide range of Roots music...giving him the foundation for his powerful soul, rocky, but smooth blues voice. He grew up with struggles like most people do...knowing heartache & happiness, and those are the words that come out in his music. Travis began singing at age eleven when a schoolteacher offered him an audition for the Cincinnati Boys Choir that performed gospel and choir style music. Being part of this choir gave Travis many opportunities to perform at other venues such as Cincinnati Music Hall, Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati Reds), and dozens of others. A few years later, Travis got his first guitar from his grandmother and he began writing original songs. During high school, Travis performed and traveled with his school's Band and Choir where he had the opportunity to sing solo at Disney World, The Indianapolis 500, Cedar Point (winning outstanding vocals/performance), and many other venues. After high school, he spent a lot of time playing music in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana while writing songs, recording, honing in on his skills, and doing whatever he could to gain exposure through the media. In 2012, Travis made the move to Music City U.S.A., settling right outside of Nashville, Tennessee where he has been earning his stripes in the music business by gaining contacts, respect, popularity, and building his catalog of original songs. In 2014 Travis began recording his debut album at 16th Edge Studios in Nashville, TN; produced by Nolan Neal. On March 1, 2014, Travis released his first studio single, “Bad, Bad Man”; receiving radio air play on over 50 stations worldwide and performing it on Nashville’s NBC News & publications. Just a few months later in June, Travis had his national TV debut performing his original song “Traveling Man” on the TLC hit show “19 Kids & Counting” during the “A Duggar Leaves Home” special starring Amy Duggar. With hundreds of performances under his belt over the last 15 years, Travis Bowlin is looking forward to his promising future and the release of his upcoming debut album followed by a tour.
Jimmy Ogle Free Walking Tour - Court Square & Surroundings
Historian Jimmy Ogle leads a free tour of Court Square & Surroundings Meet up at the Hebe Fountain (Court Square). Tuesday, October 31, 11:45am (604-5002) jimmyogle.com.
Mud Island River Park will be transformed into a Halloween town of fun on Halloween night. Ghouls and goblins will descend on Mud Island River Park to enjoy activities such as the Haunted River Walk with trick-or-treat stops along the way,hay rides, train rides, games, costume contests, and still more fun for the entire family. Family fun oriented not too scary!!!
Halloween on the Island offers a fun and safe way to celebrate Halloween with the family.
Halloween on the Island will take place October 31st (rain or shine). More info to come...
Center for Southern Folklore first Friday of every month
Blues from 11:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m.
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.
November's Tasting Theme: Give Thanks for 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
2017 Season Pass- $175Includes:Event Valet ParkingReserved Seating20% off in Chez Philippe, Capriccio Grill, Peabody Deli & Desserts
Grab your bike (or one of ours) for a leisurely exploration of the Medical District. On November 1, we'll explore the Vance, Peabody, Annesdale.Freewheel is FREE and open to all. The slow ride will depart from 600 Monroe Avenue (across from Edge Alley) at 6 p.m. Bikes are first come, first serve basis.Feel free to arrive early to claim a bike from our "first come, first serve" fleet or grab a beer at High Cotton Brewing Co.
Master Taster's Club is a monthly series of fast-paced and informal wine tasting events highlighting a different wine-making region or vintner each month accompanied by light bites from the Peabody Chefs.
2017 Season Pass- $175Includes: Event Valet Parking, Reserved Seating, 20% 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
You can capsulize most pop music acts by reciting how many hits they’ve had and how many millions of albums they’ve sold. But these conventional measurements fall short when you’re assessing the impact of The Beach Boys. To be sure, this band has birthed a torrent of hit singles and sold albums by the tens of millions. But its greater significance lies in the fact that it changed the musical landscape so profoundly that every pop act since has been in its debt.
On The Beach Boys’ near horizon is another national/world tour and continued charity activities through Mike Love’s Love Foundation, which supports national environmental and educational initiatives. Love and The Beach Boys’ recent efforts raised over a quarter of a million dollars for the Red Cross to benefit victims of Hurricane Katrina and made additional contributions to the disaster relief in Haiti.
The band appeared on countless worldwide TV shows throughout the years including: "The Ed Sullivan Show," "Dick Clark’s American Bandstand," and "The Tonight Show." Other television appearances include performances on Don Imus’ MSNBC show "Imus In The Morning," TNT’s NBA All-Star Game, NBC’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, "The Today Show," PBS’ "A Capitol Fourth," "Good Morning America," "Weekend Today," and "The O’Reilly Factor."
Founding Beach Boy Mike Love (lead vocals) and Beach Boy-vet Bruce Johnston (vocals/keyboards) are joined by Jeffrey Foskett (guitar/vocals), Brian Eichenburger (bass/vocals), Tim Bonhomme (keyboards/vocals), John Cowsill of The Cowsills (percussion /vocals), and Scott Totten (guitar/vocals).
Tickets $49 - $125
More details coming soon.
Daisyland feat BorgoreBlasphemy Toursupport TBAPowered by Funktion-One (Official)Friday, November 3rd, 2017Doors at 10 PMAges 18+Tickets on sale Friday July 28 at 11am CST
ISSUES#HeadspaceTourw/ Volumes, Too Close to Touch, and SylarSaturday, November 4th, 2017Doors 6pm / Show 7pmAll AgesON SALE begins Monday, August 7th at 4 PM CST
Michael McDonald with special guest Marc Cohn
Two notes. That’s all it takes to recognize the voice of Michael McDonald. Distinctive and soulful, it is one of the most yearningly emotive instruments of our times. To this add formidable songwriting and keyboard skills, and you have an artist who has been a singular musical presence for four decades. From ‘70s-era Doobie Brothers classics such as “What A Fool Believes” and solo hits like “I Keep Forgettin’” through two highly-acclaimed Motown albums, genre-busting guest spots and innovative concept shows, the five-time Grammy Award winning McDonald is both timeless and ever-evolving.
Tickets $40 - $80
DJ Goblin Shark: 3pMoticos: 4pAfrican Jazz Ensemble: 5pThanks to our sponsors: Goner Records, Shoulder Tap, Wiseacre Brewing Company, Miss Cordelia's and Cordelia's Table, Regional One Health, Memphis Med Peds - Dr. Allison Stiles, The Memphis Flyer, Bluff City Pizza, Music for Aardvarks, Memphis
2017 Season Pass - $175Includes:Event Valet ParkingReserved Seating20% off in Chez Philippe, Capriccio Grill, Peabody Deli & Desserts
Jimmy Ogle Free Walking Tour - November 6th, 1934 Street
Historian Jimmy Ogle leads a free tour of November 6th, 1934 Street from Beale Street to Court Square. Meet at Elvis Presley Plaza between Main & Second Street. Monday, November 6, 6:06pm, Free (604-5002) jimmyogle.com.
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.
Cannibal CorpsePower TripGatecreeperMonday, November 6th, 2017Doors 7pm // Show 8pmAll AgesTickets on sale this Friday at 10am CST
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.
Grab your bike (or one of ours) for a leisurely exploration of the Medical District. On November 8, we'll explore Downtown Memphis.Freewheel is FREE and open to all. The slow ride will depart from 600 Monroe Avenue (across from Edge Alley) at 6 p.m. Bikes are first come, first serve basis.Feel free to arrive early to claim a bike from our "first come, first serve" fleet or grab a beer at High Cotton Brewing Co.
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood tells its engaging stories about the life of a preschooler using musical strategies based on Fred Rogers’ groundbreaking television work. Through imagination, creativity, and music, Daniel and his friends learn the key social skills necessary for school and for life.
Tickets $25 - $75
Fall on Beale: Jerrod Niemann & Brandon Lay
Join us at the Tin Roof after the show to get your picture taken with Jerrod Niemann & Brandon Lay
The Jesus And Mary Chainw/ Mark crozer and the relsFriday November 10thDoors 7pm / Show 8pmAll AgesTickets on sale Friday September 15th and 10AM CST
50 Restaurants.Three-Course Dinners and Special Menus for $20.17Two-for-One Lunches and Special Lunch Menus for 10.17November 13-19 in #DowntownMemphis!Memphis' most-popular dining experience returns this November to Downtown! Mark your calendars and get ready for the list of participating restaurants and dinner/lunch menu announcements coming soon!Are you a restaurant in Downtown Memphis wanting to be a part of #DDW17? Follow the link below to register and then submit your menu! Dealine to register is 9/29, and menu submission is 10/9.Restaurant participation: https://www.downtowndiningweek.com/restaurant-sign-up/Reservations suggested, not required at every restaurant. Contact individual restaurants for more information.Founding #DDW members are:Chef Felicia Willett, Felicia Suzanne’sChef Patrick & Deni Reilly, The Majestic GrilleOwners Bert Smythe & John Littlefield, McEwen’s on Monroe
Grab your bike (or one of ours) for a leisurely exploration of the Medical District. On November 15, we'll explore the Uptown District.Freewheel is FREE and open to all. The slow ride will depart from 600 Monroe Avenue (across from Edge Alley) at 6 p.m. Bikes are first come, first serve basis. Please register through Eventbrite prior to ride. Feel free to arrive early to claim a bike from our "first come, first serve" fleet or grab a beer at High Cotton Brewing Co.
Historian Jimmy Ogle leads a free tour of the historical Courthouse. Meet up at the southwest steps (Adams & Second). Free. Thursday, November 16, 12:00pm (604-5002) jimmyogle.com.
Alton Brown LiveEat Your Science
“Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science” (altonbrownlive.com), the follow-up to the smash “Edible Inevitable” tour, hits the road again. Fans can expect all-new everything including songs, multimedia presentations, talk-show antics, and bigger and better potentially dangerous food demonstrations.
Brown has a knack for mixing together a perfect base of science, music and food into two hours of pure entertainment. Critics and fans alike have raved about the interactive components of Brown’s shows. He promises “plenty of new therapy inducing opportunities during our audience participation segments. I don’t want to give too much away, but this time we’re going to play a little game while we’re at it. Plus, you’ll see things I’ve never been allowed to do on TV.” He’s also contemplating more sophisticated protective gear for folks in the first few rows…just in case things get messy…again.
Tickets $32 - $125
Imani Aisha's Art of the Headwrap--Celebrating National Headwrap Day (November 20th) just little early. This is a Class and Pop Up Shop! Vibe to our hand-selected tunes featuring afro beats, shop with select vendors, and learn some head wrapping tips!
Daisyland PresentsSlander#SuperhumanTourw/ Finnthedj, Dudecalledrob, and Nodus DefectPowered by Funktion-One (Official)Saturday, November 18th, 2017Doors at 10 PMAges 18+
ETE Entertainment Presents Key Glock Live at New Daisy Theatre
Doors: 7:00 PM Show: 8:00 PM
$25 - $60
It’s time to bring back that inner kid on you – on a big wheel, no less! The Beale Street Merchants Association brings back it's Big Wheel Relay Race on Beale Saturday, November 26. Don’t be the only "big" kid on the block not showing off your BIG WHEEL skills. Big wheels are provided and spaces are limited!
Check in 12 noon, Start time at 1 pm
Click here for more information on how to register and competition details
POPTONESunday, November 26th, 2017Doors 7pm / Show 8pmAll AgesSpotify Presale tickets go on sale on Tue. Aug 8, 2017 10:00 AM CDT with password POPTONEON SALE begins Thursday, August 10th at 10 AM CSTSinger-guitarist Daniel Ash and drummer Kevin Haskins, who spent large swaths of the 80's and 90's performing together in the seminal acts Bauhaus, Tones on Tail and Love and Rockets have reunited to form a new band called #Poptone with Haskins' daughter Diva from BlackBlack. Poptone will perform the music from their three classic bands on tour in the U.S. this summer
Cameron Mackintosh’s spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA will return to Memphis as part of a brand new North American Tour. Critics are raving that this breathtaking production is "bigger and better than ever before" and features a brilliant new scenic design by Paul Brown, Tony Award®-winning original costume design by Maria Björnson, lighting design by Tony Award®-winner Paule Constable, new choreography by Scott Ambler, and new staging by director Laurence Connor. The production, overseen by Matthew Bourne and Cameron Mackintosh, boasts many exciting special effects including the show’s legendary chandelier. The beloved story and thrilling score — with songs like "Music of the Night," "All I Ask Of You," and "Masquerade" — will be performed by a cast and orchestra of 52, making this PHANTOM one of the largest productions now on tour.
Wed, Nov 29 @ 7:30 pmThurs, Nov 30 @ 2 & 7:30 pmFri, Dec 1 @ 8 pmSat, Dec 2 @ 2 & 8 pmSun, Dec 3 @ 1 & 6:30 pmTues, Dec 5 @ 7:30 pmWed, Dec 6 @ 7:30 pmThurs, Dec 7 @ 7:30 pmFri, Dec 8 @ 8 pmSat, Dec 9 @ 2 & 8 pmSun, Dec 10 @ 1 & 6:30 pm
Hollywood UndeadNorth America 2017 Tourw/ Butcher BabiesWednesday, November 29th, 2017Doors 6pm // Show 7pmAll AgesTickets on sale this Friday July 28 at 10am CST
Runners get their chance to run through the home of the blues and American roots music of every stripe in the St. Jude Memphis Marathon & Half Marathon, which tests the hardiness and dedication of more than 2,000 full marathoners and 5,000 half marathoners each December. From the starting line at the corner of 4th and Beale Streets, in the heart of the city’s biggest tourist draw, both the half marathon and the full marathon head out on what is roughly a clockwise loop route through Memphis, taking runners past many of the city’s most famous sights, including Beale Street, Sun Studio, the National Civil Rights Museum, the Gibson Guitar Factory and more. Those running the half and the full share the same course for nearly all of the first 13 miles of the race; the full marathoners will split off from the half marathoners just before the latter group turns to head toward AutoZone Park for their finish. Mostly flat and fast (it’s run through the Memphis city streets), the race also provides ample views of the waterfront by the Mississippi River, and finishes at majestic AutoZone Park, home of the AAA-level Memphis Redbirds minor league baseball team. Walkers are welcome, as long as they can keep a pace of 20 minutes per mile or better.
Registration opens on June 1 @ 10 am
Be a part of the grandest holiday parade in the region! Join in the fun on America's most iconic street as we ring in the holiday season with marching bands, steppers, twirlers, floats, and all sort of sights!
Do you want to march in the parade?
We are seeking requests from interested parade participants. Please complete the form on this page or contact Jon Shivers at (901) 526-0115 or jshivers [at] bealestreet [dot] com!
Click here to download the parade application
Celebrate the start of the holiday season! Take a class, shop for unique, hand-made gifts in the Museum Store, sip on hot chocolate or spiced cider or warm yourself by the fire pit (weather permitting).
VOMITSQUAD! Who's ready for THE SHELL?! I’m bringing a brand new stage production along with 150k watts of PK Sound!Listen to the first single from my upcoming album and see all dates here:https://snailstour.lnk.to/shelltourDaisyland presents#TheShellTourFeaturing Snailsw/ Boogie T. and SQUNTOAges 18+Powered by Funktion-One (Official)ON SALE Friday September 8 at 10AM CST
December's Tasting Theme: Festive Wines
Global music icon and six-time Grammy Award winner Janet Jackson is bringing her talents to FedExForum on Wednesday, December 6 as part of her 2017 STATE OF THE WORLD tour.
Tickets go on sale Friday, May 5 at 10 a.m.
One of the most influential entertainers in the modern era, Janet Jackson returns to the stage this fall after taking a year off to focus on starting a family with the birth of her first child. Jackson’s STATE OF THE WORLD tour is a continuation of her sold out 2015 Unbreakable tour and will feature fan favorites from her chart-topping ‘Unbreakable’ album along with other smash hits and soon-to-be released new tracks.
In addition to an impressive musical career including six Grammy Awards, two Emmy Awards, a Golden Globe Award, an Academy Award nomination and many more, Jackson is also a published author, dancer and philanthropist. With over 160 million records sold worldwide, Janet Jackson stands as one of the best selling artists of all time with a string of hits that have left an indelible impression on pop culture. For more information please visit janetjackson.com.
2017 Holiday Market
Saturday, Dec. 9
Wold Premier of “68 Comeback” – Christmas in MemphisAfter his stint in the army and disappointing career as a star of the silver screen, Elvis was despondent and felt like the music industry had left him behind. ‘68 COMEBACK is the follow up to ’56 THE BEGINNING, presenting the next chapter in Elvis’ life by taking the viewer on a journey from the King’s enlistment to his return to musical dominance in 1968. This concert stars two Images of the King World Champion Elvis entertainers: Dwight Icenhower and Ryan Pelton. In 2016, Graceland named Dwight the “Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist” while Ryan is the star of the Elvis inspired movie “The Identical.”Backed by the Change of Habit tribute band recreating the Elvis sound, ’68 ends with the iconic “If I Can Dream” performance. This nostalgic moment of Elvis’ 68 Comeback Special redefined the King’s career and expressed the sorrow and salvation faced by the nation during the civil rights movement.But that's not all. Our Christmas in Memphis event will also feature an afternoon concert featuring two new up and coming 50's ETAs Taylor Rodriguez and Riley Jenkins.The afternoon cocert will begin at 3 PM (CST), we will take an extended dinner break so you can dine on Beale street and the World Premiere of '68 COMEBACK will begin at 7 PM.And of course, don’t miss the opportunity to visit Graceland, decked out with Christmas spirit.Tickets start at $49 (for both shows), and are available now. Click the ticketing link on this event to purchase, or call 1-888-406-5885.
Kamasi WashingtonMonday, December 11th, 2017Doors 7pm // Show 8pmAll AgesON SALE begins this Friday, August 4th at 10 AM CST
Smith & Myers
$30 - $35
Daisyland feat FIGURE and Midnight TyrannosaurusThe Kreep Show TourOdium BassQarrellPowered by Funktion-One (Official)Saturday, December 16th, 2017Doors at 10 PMAges 18+
Historian Jimmy Ogle leads a free tour of the historical Courthouse. Meet up at the southwest steps (Adams & Second). Free. Thursday, December 21, 12:00pm (604-5002) jimmyogle.com.
New Years Eve on Beale
December 31st - Starting at 8 p.m.
More information coming soon.
The Downtown Memphis Boat Expo is the premier boat show/expo for the Mid South. The Memphis Boat Expo will happen January 12-15 in Downtown Memphis (Cook Convention Center). A VIP Preview Party will happen on Friday January 12! Featuring a Country Music Band (tba) Saturday Night features JOURNEY former lead singer, Steve Augeri, performing all the Journey Hits! Sunday is a tribute to Faith, Family, and Freedom, and Chad Williams will speak at 3PM. Like our page for updates, live music performances, or visit: www.memphisboatexpo.com The Expo That Rocks!