The Mempho Music Festival has announced the lineup for its fifth annual event, which will run September 30 through October 2 at the Radians Amphitheater inside the Memphis Botanical Garden.
Headliners include American rock/blues duo The Black Keys, alternative rock stalwarts Wilco and decorated Americana band Jason Isbell and Unit 400, plus a double dose of the Athens-based jam band Widespread Panic, back in the line-up by popular demand. Appearances from Portugal. The Man, Fantastic Negrito, Tank and the Bangas, Allison Russell and Celisse are also confirmed on the Adams Keegan main stage.
Since its debut in 2017, Mempho Fest has charted its own course and sustained continued growth and excitement. Last year, the festival celebrated a milestone in its new home at the Radians Amphitheater by selling out all three days, with plans to increase capacity over the next few years. As Mempho Fest progresses, its continued spotlight on Memphis culture and its dedication to preserving the city’s unique musical heritage will be a driving force in curating the event.
This year, Mempho Fest has again partnered with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis – a leading resource and support center for families affected by childhood cancer and other illnesses – in as a charitable partner and beneficiary.
General admission and VIP tickets are on sale now, with prices ranging from $195 to $660. Tickets can be purchased through memphofest.com/tickets or through Front Gate Tickets. Single-day tickets will be made available with the announcement of daily queues closer to the festival date. For more information and to stay up to date on all things Mempho Fest, visit memphofest.com.