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We visited Beale Street twice - once during the day and once at night. During the day it was pretty quiet, but this gives you an opportunity to look at the place markers on the street and have a good look around. At night, the...More
One of my favorite things to do in Memphis Tennessee is to grab a cold beverage and just hang out on Beale St. There is always something happening whether its the Beale St flippers or a good band playing, people watching etc. Never seen any...More
We visited Beale street during the evening (with a shuttle organised by the Guesthouse at Graceland). Positive that we did not have to find a place to park. Beale Street is nice with the neon lights and the music was good.
Bealle Street was perfect for lovers of blues. Most bars had live music even on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Most bars had audio technical directors so volume wasn’t the judge for quality. Too many clubs like on Bourbon Street skip this expense which enhances the...More
We strolled down Beale Street and enjoyed dinner at a Blues cafe. There are shows, bars, and other attractions to enjoy. The jazz music was excellent. We rode the carriage through the area and loved the evening.
This was our second trip to Memphis, the first we took in most of the main attractions. This time we decided to stay in a nice hotel very close to Beale Street,,Maybe Im getting old but you could hear music while trying to sleep, and...More
Really don't think you'll find a tribute to Elvis. Memphis is so much more than the home of Elvis Presley. It's about getting absorbed in the culture, the home of R&B, Beal Street and the clubs there, some of which are owned... More
Really don't think you'll find a tribute to Elvis. Memphis is so much more than the home of Elvis Presley. It's about getting absorbed in the culture, the home of R&B, Beal Street and the clubs there, some of which are owned by contempory stars such as Jerry Lee Lewis, and museums dedicated to the history and development if R&B and Rock and Roll.
If you want tribute visit the Elvis festival in Porthcawl in September.