5 Things To Do This Weekend: 6/8 – 6/10
Here are the five things you won’t want to miss in Memphis this weekend, plus a few extras.
1. FedEx St. Jude Classic Golf Tournament, TPC Southwind, June 4-10, Monday – Sunday, $40 single day, all ages
Some of the world’s best golfers are at Southwind this weekend for the annual FedEx St. Jude Classic. Catch the second round of tournament play on Friday, the third round on Saturday and the final round on Sunday (you best wear your seersucker and plenty of sunscreen). Proceeds from this PGA event benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
2. 70th Annual Germantown Charity Horse Show, 7745 Poplar Pike,Tuesday – Saturday, June 5-9, , $5 adults/$3 kids/free for kids under 5, all ages/kid-friendly
This Germantown tradition is part sporting event, part festival, and definitely worth checking out if you have any interest in horses, socializing, or seeing something new and different. Several food vendors will be on site, as well as vendors selling art and high-end goods. Proceeds benefit the Exchange Club of Memphis.
3. Literatini, Novel Memphis Bookstore, Friday, June 8, 7 -10 p.m., tickets: $50 per individual, $75 per couple, 21+
Enjoy live music and as you sample cocktails and delicious food from local bars and restaurants. Receive 20 percent off bookstore purchases the night of the event, which benefits Memphis adults struggling with low-literacy.
4. Anything But Common Fest, Wiseacre Brewing, Saturday, June 9, 10 a.m. – 10 p.m., free, all ages
Hosted in partnership with The Artist Commons, the festival will include an immersive arts day featuring live music, artists booths, food trucks, craft beer, and more.
5. Lady Parts Justice Taco Fest, Hi-Tone Cafe, Sunday, June 10, 5 – 9 p.m., $5, adults
Comedy from Katrina Coleman, Azizah Shaheed, Angela Garrone, and Mary Jay Berger. Enjoy live music, a drag show, and bites from Mariachi Tacos, El Mero Tacos, and the Hi-Tone Food Truck.
plus a few extras…
Spicerfest 6, Growlers, Saturday, June 9, 5 p.m. – midnight, $10, all ages
Rock the night away with acts like The Verbs and local punk band Pezz at this benefit for FSH Muscular Dystrophy.
Night at the Lorraine, National Civil Rights Museum, Saturday, June 9, 7 – 11 p.m., $100 +, adults
Step back in time with an evening of food, music and fun reminiscent of the Lorraine Motel – which counted B.B. King, Nat King Cole, Isaac Hayes, and Jackie Robinson among its famous guests. Enjoy food, dance to live music, take in a variety show, bid on silent auction items, and take photo booth pics with your friends.