Mempho Music Festival

Fresh from a triumphant month-long residency at Tom Lee Park producing two back-to-back music and culinary extravaganzas, Mempho Presents has announced the return of its flagship Mempho Music Festival, taking place October 4-6 at Radians Amphitheater at Memphis Botanic Garden.

This weekend, Mempho Music Festival delivered a winning combination of world-class entertainment, innovative culinary activations, and bonafide Memphis soul in celebration of its 2023 event. Held annually at Radians Amphitheater on the idyllic grounds of Memphis Botanic Gardens, Mempho Fest continues to demonstrate itself as a premier destination for live music, welcoming over 20,000 attendees across three awe-inspiring days.

The sixth annual Mempho Music Festival jumps into action September 29-October 1, bringing first-rate entertainment, mouth-watering food, and plenty of soul to Radians Amphitheater at Memphis Botanic Garden. Leading this year’s lineup are The Black Crowes, My Morning Jacket, and Turnpike Troubadours, with additional performances by Ween, Lake Street Dive, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Band of Horses, Tash Sultana, Dinosaur Jr., and more, with daily schedules out now.

The sixth annual Mempho Music Festival is set return to Radians Amphitheater at Memphis Botanic Garden September 29-October 1 featuring headliners The Black Crowes, My Morning Jacket, and Turnpike Troubadours. Today, organizers are proud to share the full 2023 lineup, which includes Ween, Lake Street Dive, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Band of Horses, Tash Sultana, Dinosaur Jr., and over a dozen other artists covering the gamut of rock, country, blues and soul. View the complete lineup below.

Mempho Music Festival closed the curtains on its 2022 event this weekend, delivering a larger-than-life celebration to an enthusiastic audience of Memphians and out of town visitors alike. The three-day immersive experience marked Mempho’s second year at its new home, Radians Amphitheater at Memphis Botanic Gardens, and the festival’s fifth consecutive year in operation.

Mempho Music Festival has announced the daily schedule for its fifth annual event taking place September 30-October 2, 2022 at Memphis Botanic Garden. The three-day event is set to kick off with a combo plate of funk, soul, rock and Americana courtesy of Adia Victoria, Bette Smith, Futurebirds, and Fantastic Negrito before Friday heavyweights Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit and The Black Keys both deliver full 90 minute sets at the Adams Keegan main stage.

Mempho Music Festival has announced the daily lineup for its fifth annual event taking place September 30-October 2, 2022 at Memphis Botanic Garden. The three-day event is set to kick off with a combo plate of funk, soul, rock and Americana courtesy of Adia Victoria, Bette Smith, Futurebirds, and Fantastic Negrito before Friday heavyweights Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit and The Black Keys take the Adams Keegan main stage.

Mempho Music Festival has announced the lineup for its fifth annual event taking place September 30-October 2, 2022 at Memphis Botanic Garden. Leading the breadth of can't-miss performances this year will be American rock/blues duo The Black Keys, alternative rock mainstays Wilco, and decorated Americana outfit Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, as well as a double-dose of Athens-based ensemble Widespread Panic returning to the lineup by popular demand. Appearances by Portugal.

Mempho Music Festival is proud to announce its 2021 music lineup taking place October 1-3, 2021 at its new home, Memphis Botanic Garden. The three-day event will feature a two-night headlining performance from rock titans Widespread Panic plus a headlining performance from folk-rock barn burners The Avett Brothers on the Adams Keegan main stage. Additional hitmakers covering the gamut of Americana, rock, and blues include Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Black Pumas, Lucinda Williams, and many more.

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