Concerts in North Memphis


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  • Ralphie May Live Memphis
    A magnet for a wealth of entertainment, the Cannon Center for the Performing Arts’ modern facility looks as impressive as the roster of guests that performs on its gargantuan stage. Its multistory, glass-ensconced exterior grants visitors full glimpses into the glowing lobby. Once inside, event-goers can head into the venue’s 2,100-seat auditorium, where crisp acoustics allow them to completely appreciate musicians’ notes, actors’ lines, and the bell ring of the friendly hunchback who lives in the rafters.
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    255 N Main St.
    Memphis, TN US
  • Burlys Burgers Fries and Shakes
    Burly’s signature hamburgers are crafted from 100% USDA-certified Black Angus beef that is never frozen and contains absolutely no preservatives or glitter. Chomp meat mashers into a juicy namesake Burly burger, laden with cheese, a choice of mustard or mayo, and a treasure trove of fresh, daily-cut vegetables, including crisp lettuce, tomato, and onions (a $6.50 value). Share the benefits of today’s Groupon by donating one Burly burger to a date, or keep both for yourself, safely stowing one away in the event of an attack by Franken-Wimpy.
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    662 Madison Ave
    Memphis, TN US
  • Mud Island River Park
    The highlight of this vast swath of green space is the miniaturized model of the Mississippi, which ends in a one-acre sized reproduction of the Gulf of Mexico. Visitors can wade down the river, stopping along the way to learn about the river’s history and geological formations, then rent a pedal boat to explore the Gulf.
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    125 N Front St
    Memphis, TN US
  • Mud Island River Park
    A multitude of hands-on, eye-opening museum exhibits outline more than 10,000 years of the Mississippi's majesty, providing a comprehensive history of the heartland's life-giving artery. Learn how the mighty water mass shaped the foundation of countless civilizations through colorful displays and more than 5,000 artifacts, from the pottery, tools, and maps of early native settlers to the engines, paddle wheels, and regalia of ancient steamboat tribes, found in the River Room. Temporary exhibits include Water and Money – The Currency of Civilizations, which traces the river's historical parallels to valley cultures in Carthage, Rome, and Constantinople through collections of rare coins, diagrams of water and resource management, and bouts of gladiatorial mud wrestling. Access to the Swiss-constructed monorail is included in your Groupon, providing scenic views of the river as it reflects the skyline of downtown Memphis.
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    125 North Front Street
    Memphis, TN US
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