Here’s the 2014 Peabody Rooftop Party Schedule

Posted by Holly Whitfield | April 17th 2014 1172 7

Here's one way to be sure that spring is coming to Memphis soon: the Peabody Hotel has released their 2014 rooftop party schedule.

Peabody Hotel Rooftop

The Peabody's rooftop parties have been a staple of Memphis' spring and summer social life since 1939. They're hugely popular – the rooftop can hold hundreds of people, and it's one of the best places to see the sunset over the Mississippi River. This is the 75th Year of the Peabody rooftop parties. (To read more about the location of the first rooftop parties in Memphis, go here.)

Here's the music lineup:

April 17: Almost Famous with special performance by Icona Pop *
April 24: Aces Wild
May 1: Aquanet
May 8: Super 5
May 15: Ghost Town Blues Band
May 22: The Molly Ringwalds
May 29: Hollywood
June 5: Seeing Red
June 12: The Kicks
June 19: Walrus with special performance by Parmalee *
June 26: Transit
July 3: The 17th Floor
July 10: The Plaintiffs
July 17: Al Paris & The Heartbreakers
July 24: Circus
July 31: Swingin’ Leroy
August 7: Memphis Soul Revue
August 14: Ingram Hill with special performance by Christian Seay*

*indicates $15 admission

Admission to most of the rooftop parties is $10, which includes access to the snack buffet (drinks are extra). Ladies, get there early – you get in free before 7 p.m. If you're planning to go most Thursdays, get a VIP season pass for $125 that gets you into all 18 parties, free valet parking, access to a special VIP food and drink area and access to a special elevator line (which doesn't seem like a big deal, but very much is when hundreds of people are trying to get to the roof all at once).

Go there:

Peabody Hotel Rooftop Parties

Every Thursday from April 17 – August 14
6 p.m. – 11 p.m.
$10 cover ($15 on some nights) / ladies free before 7 p.m.
Ages 21+

149 Union Avenue
Memphis, TN 38103
(901) 529-4000

 


Author: Holly Whitfield

I write about what’s going on with Memphis music, food, arts, events, sports, people, and culture. Memphians love Elvis and barbeque with a passion that must be seen to be believed, but there is so much more to this place.

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