Don't even think of showing up at this gritty, hole-in-the-wall juke joint before midnight. Order a 40oz beer and a basket of wings then sit back to watch some of the greatest blues acts in Memphis from 11pm Friday …
This Midtown favorite has food, pool and occasional live music that caters to a laid-back young crowd hyped up on 36 taps of draft craft and another 130 cans and bottles.
This reborn historic Overton Square music venue once hosted Kiss and Billy Joel in its '70s heyday. The lights were out for 38 years, but it's now one of the most intimate music venues in town.
In new digs in Crosstown, this unassuming little dive is one of the city's best places to hear live local bands and touring indie acts.
The original nightclub from the Mississippi kid who came to Memphis and became a star.
A downtown arena home to the Memphis Grizzlies, the city's only major professional sports team. Memphis does love its basketball squad, and this place is electric when the team is rolling. It hosts big-name concerts…
Huge, popular and loud, this Cajun-themed Beale St club hops every night to the tunes of a tight house blues band.
Home of the St Louis Cardinals AAA minor-league affiliate. They play here from April to August.
Hosts indie-rock acts on the regular.