saturday, 10 

saturday, 10

One more art opening: This one is at Joysmith Gallery & Studio for Seoul to Seoul, an exhibit of works by five Korean artists in conjunction with the Memphis in May International Festival. The Memphis Redbirds begin their 4-day run tonight against Nashville at AutoZone Park. There s a Corkscrew Wine Tasting featuring the wines of Chile at Fratelli s Market & More on S. Front Street this afternoon. While you re down there, check out the Butler Street Bazaar just around the corner, featuring a farmer s market, live music, and arts and crafts; this is a great idea that needs to be supported. There s tonight s Saturday Night Salsa Party just down the street at CafÇ Zanzibar. Today kicks off the two-day Mayhem in Memphis at Overton Park Shell. Back at the Hi-Tone, it s Mr. Airplane and The Reigning Sound. And speaking of back, Chris Scott is now back doing his Friday-night gig at Poplar Lounge, but tonight The Chris Scott Band is at The Lounge. And by all means, if you haven t made it there yet, go visit The Stax Museum of American Soul Music.

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