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Memphis Nightlife

From Beale Street to Overton Square, Memphis has a nightspot to fit every taste.

Dr. Dog at Minglewood Hall
Dr. Dog is headlining an all-ages show at the posh Minglewood Hall as part of their Shame, Shame Tour. Special guests The Head & The Heart will also perform.

South of Beale Gastropub
The first gastropub in downtown Memphis, South of Beale serves sophisticated cuisine in an unpretentious atmosphere. SOB is a non-smoking establishment and a great place to have a dinner date or watch a game. They have regular happy hours, specials, and an intriguing late-night menu.

Best Bars in Downtown Memphis
A guide to the best bars in Downtown Memphis. From dive bars to tourist joints, weve got it covered. Here is a list of those establishments that keep people coming back for more.

The Blue Monkey Downtown
The Blue Monkey in downtown Memphis is a great lunch spot by day and a neon beacon at night. The Blue Monkey menu offers their famous hot wing rolls and surprisingly good options from a variety of sandwiches to filet mignon.

Ernestine & Hazel's
Ernestine and Hazel's is a juke joint that exudes seedy Memphis lore with a history as a brothel and blues club. This dive bar has won numerous local awards for their juke box and their famous soul burgers that are delicious at 2:00 a.m. Ernestine & Hazel’s is one-of-a-kind and has to be experienced firsthand.

Bardog Tavern
Bardog Tavern was an instant hit as a neighborhood hangout in the core of downtown Memphis. It’s a great place for happy hour or late-night grub. Though the menu offers fairly typical bar food such as chili and sliders, the selections are surprisingly delicious.

Green Beetle Tavern
Green Beetle Tavern boasts the status of Memphis’ oldest tavern, but its popularity is due to its late-night menu and diverse crowd. Established in 1939, Green Beetle is still rough around the edges, but this dimly lit dive bar attracts all kinds with its late hours and down-home menu.

The Flying Saucer in Downtown Memphis
The Flying Saucer in downtown Memphis is a favorite bar among beer enthusiasts. Situated near Beale Street, the downtown location is perfect for people watching, and with 200 beers on tap, it's great for exercising your palate.

Kooky Canuck
Kooky Canuck is the home of big burgers and beers in downtown Memphis. Formerly Big Foot Lodge, Kooky Canuck offers a menu of hearty man food, including the enormous Kookamonga burger.

The Silly Goose in Downtown Memphis
The Silly Goose is a lounge in downtown Memphis that is a favorite among nearby residents. The Silly Goose has a full bar, sophisticated atmosphere, and tasty menu items. Despite the somewhat swanky ambience, regular drink specials and menu prices are surprisingly affordable.

Calhoun's Sports Bar
Arguably the best sports bar in downtown Memphis, Calhoun’s is a great place to watch a game, with several high-definition televisions and a spirited crowd. The menu offers mediocre bar food, but the price of beer and the friendly, if sometimes eccentric, atmosphere makes this hangout a winner with loyal patrons.

Best Music Venues in Memphis - Readers Respond
The best music venues in Memphis -- as decided by readers.

Memphis' Best Live Music Venues
List and descriptions of the best live music venues in Memphis. These Memphis music venues offer atmosphere and consistently good shows.

After-Hours Bars and Clubs in Downtown Memphis
There are countless places to hang out after a reasonable hour all over the city where rock-n-roll was born. A list of after-hours bars and clubs in Downtown Memphis.

Local Gastropub in Downtown Memphis
The restaurant formerly known as Sauces has reopened as Local Gastropub on Main Street in Downtown Memphis. Check out this new gastropub that promises to become a happy hour and dining hot spot.

River City Brewers Festival Coming to Beale Street
River City Brewers Festival coming to Beale Street in March. Mark your calendar to sample beer from the best local, national, and import breweries and enjoy live music in historic Handy Park, all to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

South Main Nightlife
Recommendations for South Main nightlife in Memphis. The best of the neighborhood's bars and events. Descriptions of Memphis music venue, South of Beale, The Blue Monkey, Ernestine and Hazel's, and the South Main Trolley Tour.

Stumbling Santa
Stumbling Santas bar hop in Memphis for charity every December. Memphians in Santa costumes stumble to designated spots and donate toys to children at the Ronald McDonald House.

Best Music Venues on Beale Street - Memphis Music Venues
Tell us what your favorite Beale Street music venue is!

Best Late Night Grub in Memphis
Best places in Memphis to get a bite to eat -- no matter what time it is.

Beale Street Music Venues
Guide to live music venues on Beale Street. Refer to this guide for live Memphis rock-n-roll, blues, cover bands, and concerts on Beale Street. Find great blues and other live music on Memphis' Beale Street at B.B. King's, Blues City Cafe, and other clubs.

Memphis' Favorite Sports Bars
If you want a place to gather with friends, have a drink, and watch the big game, a sports bar is a great destination.

Beale Street
A comprehensive listing of all the bars, restaurants, and clubs on world-famous Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee.

Cockeyed Camel
This East Memphis bar has big screen T.V.s, a full bar, and great food.

Coyote Ugly
Memphis' newest bar, located on Beale Street

Dan McGuinness Irish Pub
With two Memphis locations to choose from, great Irish food and fun are within reach.

Hi Tone Memphis
A great little bar, consistently voted the best place to hear live music in Memphis.

Memphis Buzz
Comprehensive listing of places to see live music in Memphis

Website of the "friendliest bar in Memphis"

Memphis' upscale nightclub.

Local Gastropub
Description of Local Gastropub as one of the best patio bars in Memphis. Local Gastropub on the Main Street trolley line in downtown Memphis offers a nice patio, full bar and great food.

T. J. Mulligan's - Pinch District
Description of T.J. Mulligan's patio in the downtown Memphis Pinch District. Bikers, college kids, and neighborhood residents enjoy regular bands, drink specials, and downtown scenery on this spacious Main Street patio.

Alfred's on Beale
Description of Alfred's on Beale patio as one of the best patio bars in Memphis. Alfred’s on Beale has the number one patio for people watching in Memphis. With a spacious, open-air rooftop deck and a bird’s eye view of Beale Street, Alfred’s offers a perch for those who like to make themselves at home for a while.

Live at the Garden Concert Series
Memphians love a good picnic and great music, and the Live at the Garden Concert Series merges the two. Enjoy the music of legendary artists and your own picnic under the stars in the serene setting of the Memphis Botanic Garden.

Memphis Nightlife Calendar of Annual Events
List of annual nightlife events in Memphis. Memphis has a full calendar of annual nighttime events. From holidays and festivals to cultural and musical events, there is always something to look forward to in the town that spawned rock-n-roll.

Memphis Music & Heritage Festival
Description of the Memphis Music & Heritage Festival as one of the best annual nightlife events in Memphis. Memphis cultures are represented by a wide variety of performances and demonstrations. Local bands of every kind take several street stages, as do local chefs and other experts on regional novelties.

Mandatory Memphis Nightspots
List of mandatory Memphis nightspots. There are certain nightspots that just capture the Memphis vibe. Whether you’re visiting or whether you’re a long-time Memphian, these hangouts are mandatory.

Paula & Raiford's Disco
Paula & Raiford's is a mandatory Memphis nightspot. This dance club with a diverse crowd and 40-ounce beers is as old school as you can get.

Hollywood Disco
Hollywood Disco is a mandatory Memphis nightspot. Previously the original Raiford’s Hollywood Disco, this dance club carries on the tradition of late night revelry, complete with a light-up dance floor.

Wild Bill's
Wild Bill's is a mandatory Memphis nightspot. Wild Bill’s is an out-of-the-way hole-in-the-wall blues club with live music, chitlins, and beer by the quart.

Live at the Garden
Information on Live at the Garden, an annual concert series in Memphis, TN

Bikes on Beale
Bikes on Beale, or Bike Night, is quite the spectacle and good time on Wednesday nights. Wednesday nights throughout the warmer months, Beale Street becomes a landing pad for lots and lots of choppers with what has come to be known as Bike Night.

DJ Witnesse & Handsome Mark at Mollie Fontaine Lounge
DJ Witnesse and Handsome Mark at Mollie Fontaine Lounge Thursday nights. Memphis deejays Witnesse and Handsome Mark are causing a scene every Thursday at the beautiful but funky Victorian Village mansion, Mollie Fontaine Lounge.

Sunset Atop the Madison Hotel
Description of the Sunset Atop the Madison Hotel rooftop parties. The Madison Hotel in downtown Memphis hosts rooftop parties every Thursday night throughout the Spring and Summer. The Madison rooftop party offers a stunning view, live music, and hors d'oeuvres.

New and Improved South Main Trolley Nights
Description of the new and improved South Main Trolley Nights. The South Main Arts District Trolley Tours are now better than ever, offering fun themes and extra entertainment in addition to the gallery and boutique shopping, live music, and block party atmosphere. In addition to the improved entertainment efforts, each Trolley Tour now supports a charitable organization.

Henry Rollins Frequent Flyer Spoken Word Tour
Henry Rollins Frequent Flyer Spoken Word Tour at the New Daisy on Beale. Former Black Flag front man, Henry Rollins is sure to provoke and entertain with his Frequent Flyer Spoken Word Tour. Catch him at the New Daisy Theatre on Beale.

George Clinton and P-Funk in Handy Park on Beale Street
George Clinton and P-Funk live in Handy Park on Beale. George Clinton and P-Funk are Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees and will bring their unique flavor of funk to Beale.

Live Music Fridays at Escape Alley Sundry
Live music Fridays at Escape Alley Sundry. Enjoy live music every Friday at Escape Alley Sundry in Midtown. Escape Alley offers food, beer, and set ups.

Rock for Love 4
Description of upcoming Rock for Love 4 fundraiser for the Church Health Center at the Hi-Tone Cafe. Lucero and Amy LaVere are set to headline Rock for Love 4 at the Hi-Tone Cafe, August 19th - 21st, benefitting the Church Health Center.

Mud Island Amphitheater Summer Concert Series--2011
Schedule of 2011 Mud Island Amphitheater Summer Concert Series. Mud Island Amphitheater is hosting a summer concert series once again with some exciting stars and musical acts in the lineup. Mud Island Amphitheater is a small venue on the Mississippi River, which makes it a great place to enjoy a concert under the stars, as a date or a fun night...

Recommended Shows at the Hi-Tone
Recommended August 2010 shows at the Hi-Tone Cafe in Memphis. River City Tanlines, Star & Micey, and Rock for Love 4 are coming soon.

Billy Idol at Harrah's Tunica
Get your nostalgic rock fix with legendary rebel rocker Billy Idol, live at Harrah's Tunica. Tickets start at $39.50.

Corrine Bailey Rae at The New Daisy Theatre on Beale Street
British singer-songwriter Corrine Bailey Rae will hit the stage at The New Daisy Theatre on Beale, September 2, 2010. Corrine Bailey Rae is known for hit singles such as "Put Your Records On" and "Like A Star" from her self-titled debut album, and she is the first female British singer-songwriter in decades to become a global overnight sensation.

Upcoming Memphis Events and Entertainment
Memphis has lots to offer the next few months in the way of entertainment. With great live music, Elvis Week, musicals at The Orpheum, comedy, art exhibits, and festivals, you don't want to miss out on the fun.

Drive-By Truckers at Minglewood Hall
Alternative Southern rockers Drive-By Truckers will perform live at Minglewood Hall in September. Special guests Henry Clay People will also perform, and general admission tickets are $22.00.

Lord T & Eloise at Minglewood Hall
The two most decadent men in the universe, Lord T & Eloise, will save hip-hop from the Rapocalypse in October at Minglewood Hall. With their special brand of hip-hop satire, known as aristocrunk, this Memphis band delivers entertaining opulence in their one-of-a-kind show.

B.B. King Live at B.B. King's Blues Club on Beale Street
The King of Blues, B.B. King, returns to world-famous Beale Street, where he got his start, for two special nights. B.B. King's Blues Club hosts the blues legend, and he's still got what it takes to show you what the blues really are.

Jerry Seinfeld at The Orpheum
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld returns to The Orpheum on September 24, 2010, with his hilarious and sarcastic observations of everyday life. Tickets start at $48.00 and are sure to go fast.

Blondie and Cheap Trick Live at the Garden
Blondie and Cheap Trick will perform at this season's final show at the Live at the Garden concert series. If you haven't made it to a show at the Garden this year, you won't want to miss this one.

Hank Williams Jr.'s Rowdy Friends Tour at DeSoto Civic Center
Hank Williams Jr. and his rowdy friends will perform at the DeSoto Civic Center in October. Performances will include those from Jamey Johnson, Colt Ford, Josh Thompson, and The Grascals.

The Black Crowes at Mud Island Amphitheater
The Black Crowes will rock the Mud Island Amphitheater on Thursday, September 30th. This show will feature one acoustic set and one electric.

George Clinton and P-Funk at Handy Park Pavilion
The legendary George Clinton and P-Funk played to a packed Handy Park on June 18, 2010, for one of the best live shows at the venue in recent times. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees got the crowd funked up at the historic Handy Park Pavilion on Beale Street.

Gov't Mule at Beale Street's Handy Park Pavilion
Gov't Mule rocked Beale Street's Handy Park Pavilion on July 21, 2010, for an enthusiastic crowd. Jackie Greene opened for them, and Gov't Mule fans packed the park for this nighttime, outdoor concert.

Handy Park Pavilion on Beale Street
Named for W. C. Handy, "Father of the Blues," Handy Park on Beale Street hosts live music (usually blues) daily and special outdoor concerts. Handy Park Pavilion, a somewhat underrated live music venue, makes for an intimate setting, with great seats for all, to some very exciting shows.

Madison Rooftop Party Thursdays
Though Sunset Atop the Madison is coming to a close for the year, the Madison Hotel will continue hosting rooftop parties on Thursday nights through October. There will be no cover charge, a live deejay, hors d’oeuvres, and drinks.

Downtown Alley Jams
Downtown Alley Jams return with a great lineup of entertainment. Memphis bands and musicians perform weekly in various alleys and significant downtown locations.

Thursday Night Live at the Metal Museum
Thursday Night Live at the Metal Museum is an outdoor September concert series, featuring some exciting local talent, such as Star & Micey. The concerts are presented by local music organizations including Stax Music Academy, Ardent Records, and others.

Best Memphis Area Nightlife Events - October - December 2010
It's that time of year again when the air and the leaves get crisp. And October is chock full of nightlife. Memphis has Halloween and holiday events galore, and you don't want to miss out on the festivals, tricks, treats, and concerts.

Fall Fools' Ball
The Fall Fools' Ball is a free-spirited festival with a great lineup of bands, other entertainment, and a bonfire. Food vendors will be on site, camping is encouraged, and you can enjoy live music late into the night.

Ryan Peel at the Levitt Shell
Ryan Peel graces the historic Levitt Shell stage with his brand of pop-funk to make you get up and dance. You're sure to enjoy this and other shows in the Levitt Shell Fall Concert Series.

Arkansas Blues & Heritage Festival
The Arkansas Blues & Heritage Festival (formerly King Biscuit) continues the annual tradition of celebrating the blues in quaint Helena, Arkansas, which is a short road trip from Memphis. With an impressive lineup including B.B. King and Dr. John, camping, and a family-friendly atmosphere, this music festival is a crowd-pleaser and mandatory for...

Young Guns at Minglewood Hall
The Young Guns will rock the 1884 Lounge at Minglewood, Saturday, October 9th. Arguably the coolest little dudes in Memphis, the Young Guns are one of the best local rock bands, despite their ages. The Young Guns have a surprisingly mature sound and original songs, though they may be best known for their killer Led Zeppelin and other classic...

WEVL Fall Concert at the Hi-Tone
The WEVL 89.9 FM Fall Concert is sure to entertain with some great local bands, and it benefits one of the best radio stations in Memphis. The lineup includes Pezz, Dirty Streets, and The Flaming A's with Harlan T. Bobo.

Haunted Memphis Walking Tours by Backbeat Tours
Haunted Memphis Walking Tours. For some spooky fun on Halloween or any time, enjoy a walking tour through the ghostly happenings of some historic Memphis haunts.

Stonewall Halloween Party at Minglewood Hall
The wildly popular Stonewall Halloween party is even bigger this year and at Minglewood Hall. This party features a cash costume contest, free beer, a cash liquor bar, and live music by Mudflap King and DJ Drex.

Haunted Happenings at Woodruff-Fontaine House
Haunted Happenings is the second annual haunted home tour at Woodruff-Fontaine House in Victorian Village. Party with the residential spirits, and enjoy live music and a presentation by Paranormal Inc. Life Blood will be present, and successful donors will receive free admission.

Fright Night on Beale Street
Fright Night on Beale Street will consist of costume contests, great prizes, and live music. Muck Sticky and friends will perform on the main stage in Handy Park, and Beale Street clubs will host costume contests, with the grand prize being announced on the main stage at midnight.

Halloween Party at Nocturnal
The Halloween Party at Nocturnal promises to have the best Halloween music with DJs Dravyn, J. Citizen, Renegade, and Cocked & Loaded. There will also be live visual mixing from Lenzcrack Productions, a special performance from Golconda Bellydance, and a midnight costume contest.

Shipwrecked Halloween Party
The Shipwrecked Halloween Party will feature food, drinks, and costume contests and will benefit Friends For Life (the HIV/AIDS service organization). Bridges is a great venue, and there is sure to be plenty of dancing with music by DJ Steve Anne.

Monster Ball at Push Nightclub
Push Nightclub’s Monster Ball is sure to be a sexy, scary good time with a costume contest and the renowned DJ Benny C. A panel of judges and the crowd will determine the best costume, with first place winning $1,000.

Freeworld Halloween Party at Blues City
Freeworld Halloween Party. Freeworld will play the Halloween Party at Blues City Café on Beale Street, as they do every Sunday night. Prizes will be given away for the scariest, hottest, freakiest, and most creative Halloween costumes while Freeworld gets funky all night long.

Bardog Halloween Party
The Bardog Halloween Party will feature a costume contest and giveaways, including that of a Cadillac Hearse. There will be door prizes and giveaways until 11:00 p.m. when a 1986 Cadillac Hearse will be raffled off. Purchase tickets at Bardog for your chance to win.

Jack Oblivian and The Pirates Featuring Star & Micey at The Cove
Jack Oblivian and The Pirates featuring Star & Micey at The Cove. Jack Oblivian and The Pirates featuring Star & Micey will perform at The Cove for a rocking Halloween. Costumes are not required, but the best costume will win some good booty.

Kooky Canuck Halloween Bash
Kooky Halloween Bash. The Kooky Canuck Halloween Bash will feature drink specials, an appearance by Bobby Smith, and a costume contest with a $300 cash prize.

Lucero Family Holiday Party
The Lucero Family Holiday Party with Cory Branan will be a celebration of the holidays through their own styles of Memphis music. This all-ages show is planned to become an annual event, with a portion of the proceeds to benefit MIFA.

Downtown Night with the Grizzlies
Grizzlies Downtown Night. Enjoy a Grizzlies game at a great deal, and mix and mingle with Downtowners at Grizzlies Downtown Night, including a pre-game mixer at Opus Restaurant.

Buddy Guy at Horseshoe Tunica
Buddy Guy brings his unique style of Chicago blues to Bluesville at Horseshoe Casino in Tunica. That style includes a blend of blues, soul, and jazz elements, and blues lovers will not want to miss a chance to see this renowned and legendary artist.

Dwight Yoakam at Horseshoe Tunica
The iconic Dwight Yoakam will perform live at Bluesville in Tunica’s Horseshoe Casino, bringing his unique style of country-rock artistry. Yoakam crosses musical genres with rockabilly influence and twang in hits like “Guitars, Cadillacs,” “Honky Tonk Man,” “Fast as You,” “Thousand Miles from Nowhere,” and others.

Peabody Master Wine Taster's Club
The Peabody’s Master Wine Taster’s Club will kick off on February 2, 2011, and will continue as a monthly series. The Peabody Corner Bar will host this event on the first Wednesday of each month with wine selections by certified Sommelier Krista McCracken and appetizers from Chez Philippe’s new tapas-style “Petit Philippe” menu.

Valentine Weekend Dinner at Capriccio Grill
Valentine's Weekend Dinner at Capriccio Grill. The Peabody’s Capriccio Grill will host a Valentine’s three-course Italian dinner with a “Sweet Chocolate Dream” for dessert.

Yeti Farmers at Minglewood Hall
The Memphis band Yeti Farmers will play at Minglewood Hall’s 1884 Lounge Thursday, February 17th. The Yeti Farmers are a band of Memphis jam musicians, such as renowned local guitarist Brian Overstreet, formerly of Freeworld.

Snoop Dogg at Minglewood Hall
Snoop Dogg will be performing live at Minglewood Hall on Monday, February 7, 2011. Need I say more? As the Doggfather of gangsta rap, Snoop Dogg has become a beloved mainstream personality whose appeal crosses demographic lines.

Memphis Nightlife Recommendations January - February 2011
There is a lot going on in Memphis as 2011 begins, and there is plenty of Memphis nightlife entertainment to keep your social calendar full. Let a Grizzlies game, live Memphis music, or a romantic dinner warm you up through the end of the cold Memphis winter.

Sheriffs of Nottingham and Copper Possum at the Hi-Tone
Sheriffs of Nottingham and Copper Possum at the Hi-Tone Cafe. The Sheriffs of Nottingham and Copper Possum will play the Hi-Tone Thursday, February 17, 2011, in what is sure to be a high-energy demonstration of raw Memphis bluesy-rock-funk-fusion.

The Stellas and Dynaflow at Earnestine & Hazel's
Catch The Stellas and Dynaflow at the legendary Earnestine & Hazel’s. The Stellas new CD release will be available for purchase, and Dynaflow will also perform.

John Paul Keith and The One Four Fives at the Hi-Tone
Memphis band John Paul Keith and The One Four Fives, with their honky-tonkabilly sound, are playing the Hi-Tone Saturday. Holly and The Heathens will also perform.

Kid Rock at the FedEx Forum
Kid Rock at the FedEx Forum - Kid Rock Born Free Tour Memphis - Kid Rock FedEx Forum Beale Street

2nd Annual River City Brewers Festival - River City Brewers Festival 2011 -...
2nd Annual River City Brewers Festival - River City Brewers Festival 2011 - Memphis Beer Festivals

Memphis Peabody Hotel Rooftop Party Lineup - 2011
2011 Memphis Peabody Hotel Rooftop Party lineup. Entertainment lineup for 2011 Memphis Peabody Rooftop Parties.

Sunday Night in Memphis
On any given Sunday night in Memphis, finish off your weekend (or start your week) with some great live music at one of these fine, world-famous Memphis establishments. Enjoy live jazz at Earnestine & Hazel's, one of Memphis' finest juke joints. Long-standing Memphis jazz-funk jam band, FreeWorld, plays world-famous Blues City Cafe every Sunday...

Friday Night in Memphis
Friday nights in Memphis offer all the usual entertainment options and more. The weekend is here, and there are more than enough hangouts, dive bars, and bands to quench your thirst for live Memphis music.

Thursday Night in Memphis
Thursday night in Memphis is always happening, especially during the spring and summer months. Go out for rooftop parties or other live music, and it's clear that Thursday is the new Friday.

Wednesday Night in Memphis
On Wednesday nights in Memphis, among other options, you can choose to wine down or rev it up on hump day. Chill with a glass of vino, or head to Bike Night on Beale Street.

Tuesday Night in Memphis
Tuesday night in Memphis offers lots of trivia and some extra-large drink specials. If you like to think while you drink, this is the night to go out.

LeBonheuroo Benefit Concert 2011
This all-ages show will be the first LeBonheuroo Benefit Concert. Featured bands include Of Phrase and Fable, Swimmingly, The Impeccable Miscreants, Joseph Barrios and the Ne'er-do-wells, and Philadelphia. Admission is $15.00, and all proceeds will go directly to LeBonheur Children's Hospital.

August 2011 Memphis Nightlife Recommendations
August in Memphis is packed full of music and events to fill your nights with. There are several great local music concerts this month, and in addition to Elvis Week, there are tributes to the King of Pop as well. You won't want to miss Rock For Love 5 and the many other great live Memphis music and goings on.

Richard James and The Special Riders at the Lamplighter Lounge
The wildly raucous experimental punk rockers Richard James and The Special Riders are playing the legendary Lamplighter Lounge in Midtown. Other bands on the bill are Giving Up and Putting Out.

Sofa City Sweetheart with Star & Micey at the Hi-Tone
Sofa City Sweetheart and Star & Micey will hit the stage at the Hi-Tone Monday, August 8th. Critically-acclaimed and locally loved, these bands are well worth getting out for on a Monday night.

Kourtney Kardashian at PUSH Nightclub
Kourtney Kardashian of E's hit reality show, "Keeping up with the Kardashians" will make an appearance at PUSH Nightclub Saturday night. PUSH is a large, upscale club at Horseshoe Casino in Tunica (and probably the only in the area worthy of an appearance by a Kardashian).

DJ Buck Wilders at the Hi-Tone
DJ Buck Wilders and The Hook-Up spin garage rock, psych rock, soul, and more. Rockers Back Sale and Voyager will open.

LaVinnia London's Cabaret at Minglewood Hall
Minglewood Hall is hosting a series of Vaudeville shows, the first of its kind in Memphis. With burlesque, aerial acrobatics, belly-dancing, comedy and other entertainment, performed mostly by dancers associated with Memphis Raqs, these exotic cabaret-style shows are the height of entertainment if you're feeling adventurous.

Peabody Rooftop Parties
Information on the Peabody Hotel Rooftop Parties held in Memphis, TN

Mud Island Amphitheater Summer Concert Series
Find out which of your favorite bands will be playing at this year's summer concert series at the Mud Island Amphitheater.

Memphis Concert Venues
Memphis concert venues are spread throughout the metro area, from small clubs to mid-sized facilities and theaters to the large FedExForum.

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