friday, 30 

friday, 30

It s the last Friday of the month again, which means it s time for tonight s South Main Art Trolley Tour, with free trolley rides the arts district s numerous galleries and shops. Opening receptions in the district tonight include: D Edge Art & Unique Treasures for blues and music by Mark Kingfish Conklin; Durden Gallery for works by mother and daughter Jean Turley and Lisa Funderburg; and at 517 S. Main for works by Meikle Gardner, including Iraq war-inspired art. There s also an opening reception tonight at Memphis Botanic Garden for this weekend s annual Memphis Potters Guild Spring Show and Sale. Tonight s Opera Memphis Benefit Concert at the Cannon Center features our own soprano Kallen Esperian performing a concert of arias and Broadway favorites. Today kicks off the Memphis Italian Festival in Marquette Park with an Italian mass, food, games, and more. T. Model Ford & Robert Balfourare at The Lounge tonight. The Melvins, Tomahawk, and Dalek are at the New Daisy. There s a concert by Sonny Landreth at The Peabody tonight, courtesy of FM 97.1 The Pig. The Wailers are at Newby s. And, as always, The Chris Scott Band is at Poplar Lounge.

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