Spring forward and join us at Memphis’ newest restaurant, Ecco on Overton Park, for an afternoon of fun and music to beneﬁt two wonderful local organizations that support animals in the Mid-South, The Savior Foundation and SOS (Save Our Shelter) Memphis.
The historic Greensward of Overton Park is being destroyed by overflow parking. Let’s stop it now. Our park deserves better!
Producer Joanne Fish will be in Memphis the first week of April to do more filming for “Mr. Handy’s Blues: A Musical Documentary” about W.C. Handy. The crew will spend the week doing interviews with Mayor Wharton and Bobby Rush, among others and shooting a performance of ‘Memphis Blues’ by the Ghost Town Blues Band.
OAK COURT MALL CONTINUES “IT SOUNDS LIKE MEMPHIS” COMMUNITY CELEBRATION
WITH THE MEMPHIS CULTURAL ARTS ENRICHMENT CENTER
Whether we talk about the trailblazers like Lucie Campbell or Memphis Minnie who are still influencing musicians and fans alike or the contemporary acts who are showing folks that Memphis music is here and now. Let’s not forget those powerful forces behind the scenes that were vital players in our music legacy.
V3Fights will be back in action on June 21 in downtown Memphis, TN at the Cannon Center putting on professional fights for the second time in the promotion’s history.
The CY First Thursday Night Out kicks off on Thursday, April 3 from 5 to 9 p.m. Celebrating our sixth year, Night Out is when people of all ages stir up some fun in the historically hip area of Midtown called Cooper Young. The party starts at 5:00 p.m. with art shows, live music, drawings, free refreshments and discounts on everything from massages and chocolate to co-workspace and sushi.