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All reviews live music beale st police presence bb kings bourbon street in new orleans bike night great music music coming neon lights wednesday night cover charge blues city cafe few blocks souvenir shops ribs walk around lots of fun
OK it's January and a bit cold walking round but we didn't feel the vibe, a bit too much of the cover-charge and premium on your check to pay for the band. On a personal note the volume in some bars was defending (to me)....More
I toured and enjoyed Beale Stree in Memphis about 15 years ago and had a wonderful time. Very colorful and entertaining. I just returned, and was very saddened to see the neglect, dirt and disintegration of an important historic part of Tennessee and the US....More
Visiting Memphis without visiting Beale street is not complete yet. The best time to visit the Beale is end of the day because as soon as the police block the street only for pedestrian, the street is coming to live. Live music is almost in...More
As they close off Beal Street for the evening enjoyment of visitors, take in fun street performers, take a Cinderella Carriage ride horse drawn. View statues honouring the king of blues oh yes and Elvis himself. It’s a fun evening and next door to the...More
Beale Street tour was one of our FAVORITES. It was great being about to go in and out of shops and bars and taking in the whole atmosphere of Beale Street. We totally loved it and would do it again. We ate at a great...More
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Sad to say but there's not as much blues music on Beale's but the Rum Boogie or club attached to it had great blues recently. It's hit and miss on finding blues....but if wrist band is available do so you can pop around.
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.