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Tour de Brewer #2

Tour de Brewer #2

Revolutions Community Bicycle Shop

Food & Drink Events

Afternoon of beer, bicycles, and fun as we visit Memphis Made, Wiseacre, High Cotton, and Ghost River taprooms by bicycle at a slow pace to chat along the way.   more »

David Rogers’ Big Bugs

David Rogers’ Big Bugs

Memphis Botanic Garden

Special Events

Representing eight different species, this nationally recognized traveling art exhibit features ten giant wooden bug sculptures towering up to 18 feet tall.   more »

Sunday

Festivals

Memphis Japan Festival

Memphis Botanic Garden

Celebrates the history, culture and people of Japan featuring tours of the Japanese Garden, Japanese music and dance, martial arts demonstrations, a roving Japan Candyman, and more.   more »

Festivals

Farm Fest

Loflin Yard

Annual MFM benefit featuring food, music, and Kendra Scott Jewelry pull.   more »

Tuesday

Theater

Hansel & Gretel

The Orpheum

Rock musical upgrades the classic Grimm Brothers tale.   more »

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Dream Dancers

Dream Dancers

We wear the mask that grins and lies, / It hides our cheeks and shades our eyes, / This debt we pay to human

King and I at the Orpheum

King and I at the Orpheum

British actor and vocalist Laura Michelle Kelly has been tasked with the impossible. When Disney's stage adaptation of Mary Poppins opened in London's West

Quark Theatre’s <i>Years to the Day</i>

Quark Theatre’s Years to the Day

Quark Theatre co-founder/director Tony Isbell has a tidy description for Allen Barton's play, Years to the Day: "It's sort of like if David Mamet

SneakFest at the Agricenter

SneakFest at the Agricenter

"Aw, man, my first pair? I'd have to ask." Adam Ghueder, the founder of SneakFest along with Jerry Khammavong, Sherman Harper, and Reginald Jones,

<i>The Strange Case of Mr. Wolf</i> at Evergreen Theatre

The Strange Case of Mr. Wolf at Evergreen Theatre

It's not easy to hush the Ostrander's crowd. Accustomed to being on stage, rather than in the audience, the actors, dancers, singers, and musicians

The Breakup Show at the New Daisy

The Breakup Show at the New Daisy

Summer is winding down, and Memphis' popular Break-Up Show is back with a brand new set of sketches, jokes, and tales of lovin' gone

Judy Peiser’s Beale Street Note

Judy Peiser’s Beale Street Note

The brass notes on Beale are like puddles on the sidewalk reflecting the names of artists long ago written in the stars. As father

Exposure on 901-Day at AutoZone Park

Exposure on 901-Day at AutoZone Park

The 31st Annual Memphis Music and Heritage Festival isn't the only way to celebrate the soul of Memphis. On the first day of September,

The Ostrander Awards at the Orpheum

The Ostrander Awards at the Orpheum

If you're a fan of live theater in Memphis, here's a little secret you should all know about. At $10 a ticket for a

Why It Sucks at Studio on the Square

Why It Sucks at Studio on the Square

You know what sucks so hard about interviewing comedians? You'd think a group of self-identifying funny people who tell jokes for a living would
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