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Don’t waste your time going to Beale Street before 11.am because nothing is open. There is a $5 cover charge per person to enter most venues with a live band, where as it is free to go into any place in Nashville! It is an...More
Going down this street is a must. Tale your time to chose your band ....pay the cover charge if applicable and enjoy. You have numerous choices available and they play till early hours so calling into more than 1 is possible. Just let your hair...More
This is basically a bar crawl - think 6th St in Austin, Bourbon St. in New Orleans, Broadway in Nashville. On weekend nights the street is full of people, you can drink on the street so all the beers come in plastic cups you can...More
So it's one of those things you have to do if you're in Memphis, but basically it's a street full of bars and people wandering from bar to bar. There are several store fronts selling beer and drinks so you can wander along with your...More
Having experienced Nashville and it's entertainment, was looking forward to the Memphis equivalent. A bit disappointed- run down, dirty, didn't feel that welcoming. I guess if you are all about the blues it might be for you, but as a general music fan and tourist,...More
Even in the day hours it is a buzz. But come back for the night
Lights. Bests Las Vegas in
Some ways. Try the BBQ places on almost every corner. You will absolutely buy your friend/family
Stuff here. Everyone can relate to the glitz/glory of...More
Not different from New Orleans or Austin or Nashville. Lots of lights and bars. We were early enough that people weren’t drunk yet.
We had our children with us, and there is nothing to do there other than to go drinking and listening to band...More
Our family went to Beale Street on a warm Saturday evening in October. After a nice meal, we walked along the street visiting a number of shops. At one of them I told the guy at the cash register (who had asked where we were...More