Meet and Play in Memphis
In Memphis, home of blues, soul and rock ‘n’ roll, experience live music seven days and nights a week on world-famous Beale Street.
River city on the rise.
When the $200M modernization of the Memphis Convention Center debuts in fall 2020, a new plaza will open to Main Street and the trolley line.
Experience our electrifying riverfront.
Mighty Lights is a new nightly light show illuminating two iconic bridges over the Mississippi River. Hotel rooftops and riverfront parks grant prime views.
Chase music legends.
Tour Elvis Presley’s Graceland, then explore the on-site Elvis Presley’s Memphis entertainment complex, brand-new Graceland Exhibition Center, concerts at the Soundstage and accommodations at the Four Diamond Guest House at Graceland.
Catch live music, 7 nights a week.
Memphis music legends, from Elvis Presley to Issac Hayes to Justin Timberlake, are known worldwide. But musicians of all genres continue creating original sounds in the city today, guaranteeing that you’ll hear live music anytime you visit.
Easily accessible and walkable downtown.
Step on a vintage trolley to sightsee and make your way through downtown Memphis. The trolleys provide another option for navigating Memphis’ walkable downtown.
Southern hospitality at its finest.
America’s “Best Historic Hotel” according to USA Today 10 Best hosts twice-daily marches of the world-famous Peabody Ducks in the hotel’s grand lobby.
Soak up the river lore & civil rights history.
Explore 400 years of history at this interactive museum that traces the Atlantic slave trade to modern-day civil rights icons, including Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Take the Memphis barbecue challenge.
With more than 100 barbecue restaurants, each with its own specialty, Memphis invites you to try signatures from sandwiches piled high with pulled pork to dry-rub ribs to spicy-sweet barbecue nachos.