Beale Street Music Festival 2014

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May 02 - May 04 2014

Memphis, Tennessee (Tom Lee Park)

$85.00 (3-Day); $35 (1-Day)

The Beale Street Music Festival is a three day music festival that has both a mix of big-name stars performing side by side with local musical acts. Held during the first weekend of May in the city’s Tom Lee Park at the foot of Beale Street, it is considered to be the kick-off event of the entire Memphis in May celebration. It typically hosts 100,000+ people for each of the first two nights of the event, and usually quite large crowds for the ending big-name finales on Sunday night.

Other years

Festival schedule is not released yet.

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