About this Event
Celebrate the Edge District's musical roots and enjoy the fall weather at three free sunset concerts at the park featuring homegrown musicians. ? ?
Food and beverages will be available for purchase from your favorite food trucks. ? Don't forget your chairs and blankets!
September 21st - Nick Black
Nick Black is an optimistic and authentic artist from Memphis. Influenced by the feel-good music of Justin Timberlake and Bruno Mars, and the musicality of legacy acts such as Al Green and Sting, Nick's music is modern and unique, yet familiar and nostalgic.
October 19th - Yella P
Damion Kereem Pearson, aka ‘Yella P,’ is a multifaceted artist from Memphis creating a sound rooted in the Delta blues with shades of soul, gospel, and hip-hop. Mostly self-taught, Damion began playing harmonica at age 13 and later learned to play the guitar, saxophone, trombone, and piano. He got his start on Beale Street playing with ‘Big’ Jerry Parnell.
November 2nd - Amy LaVere
Amy LaVere is an Americana singer, songwriter, upright bass player, and actress based in Memphis. Her songs are both original and timeless, making her well known among songwriters and critics alike. Her growing catalog of material and steady critical acclaim suggest a first-tier presence on the Americana and indie-folk circuits.
This series is made possible by The Memphis Medical District Collaborative, Overton Park Shell and Shell on Wheels, Henry Turley Company, Orleans Station, Orion Federal Credit Union, the Downtown Memphis Commission and the Edge Neighborhood Association.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Health Sciences Park, Madison Avenue & South Dunlap Street, Memphis, United States