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Minglewood Hall

Recommandé par 15 habitants ·
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Minglewood Hall, located in Midtown Memphis & Voted the #1 Place to See Live Music in Memphis by the readers of the Memphis Flyer 3 years in a row! The Hall offers a wide variety of possibilities for any event from Concerts to Wedding Receptions. Check out
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September 21, 2019
Amazing concerts! 10 minute drive from the townhouse.
Ian & Katie
Ian & Katie
July 5, 2019
Memphis go to venue for mid-size concerts and national touring acts. A beautiful indoor venue that hosts shows frequently. One of your favorite artists may be playing here, so always check who is playing.
April 12, 2018
Wanna catch a concert, smoke hookah, or even get a tattoo? You can do it here!
March 18, 2018
They feature some of the most eclectic groups in town.
November 1, 2017
Great mid-size venue. Lots of nationally recognized artists come through.

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1555 Madison Avenue
Memphis, TN 38104
Téléphone+1 901-312-6058
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