It’s back! Experience an unrivaled sunset with a guided evening paddle on Hyde Lake followed by cocktails and tasty treats on the AutoZone Front Porch. BYOBoat or rent one of Shelby Farms! This event is 21+. Must present valid ID at check in. All sessions run from 6pm-9pm. Dates: July 11 July 25 facebook.com/events
From jewelry to handbags and the ultimate summer shoe, this special accessory edition of What to Wear features a collection of our favorite local beauties!
The Central Gardens Fourth of July parade is a tradition for more than 30 years and this year it’s better than ever. The parade will feature a patriotic costume contest for kids and pets, as well as a best-decorated bike or wagon contest. The day will continue after the parade with music, food and sno-cones.
What’s more American than baseball, a cookout and fireworks? Celebrate Independence Day with Rocky the Redbird and the team as they take on the New Orleans Baby Cakes. The cookout begins when the gates open at 5 p.m and a post-game fireworks from centerfield will wrap up the night! Tickets start at $17, and the
Celebrate America’s big day in the beautiful Cooper-Young neighborhood with the annual Independence Day parade. Festivities take place in the Peabody Elementary School parking lot. There will be tasty treats and outdoor activities to keep the whole family entertained. Get creative and dress the family up in the best patriotic gear you can find for
From Fourth of July extravaganzas to live music, there is something for everyone this July. Here are 15 of the best events around the Bluff City this month!
On July 27, visit South Main, Memphis’s historic arts district, for the longest running street festival in Memphis! This ongoing free event takes place on the last Friday of every month and is open to the public. The fun begins at 6 p.m. and includes live music, shopping at South Main retailers and food and
This isn’t your normal Fourth of July Celebration! Join the Peabody at a rooftop party featuring Memphis’ very own Bluff City Bandits. Tickets are $10 for General Admission and $20 for VIP. The party begins at 6 p.m. peabodymemphis.com
Make the best out of your Fourth of July weekend! Walden will perform on July 5, Orquesta Akokan on July 6 and The Peterson Brothers on July 7. All three events begin at 7:30 p.m. and are free to the public. There will also be drinks and food available for purchase. levittshell.org
There’s nothing more American (and Memphis) than Elvis and BBQ. In honor of the Fourth of July, Graceland will be home to many special parties and events throughout the weekend, including being host to the famous and fabulous Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo on the Soundstage. So, grab your pals and head on over to