Memphis in May Beale Street Music Festival

Memphis, TN

The Beale Street Music Festival was established in 1977 and has annually featured over 60 world-class acts on four stages in scenic Tom Lee Park where Beale Street meets the Mississippi. This, in addition to the artists who perform in the clubs along Beale Street, offer music lovers an opportunity to immerse themselves in the art form they love best.

The Beale Street Music Festival has been nominated for a Concert Industry Award for the Music Festival of The Year, and was named by Playboy Magazine as one of the Fun 2000 events - a "must-do list" for the new millennium. The Beale Street Music Festival also hosted media such as VH1, Rolling Stone, MTV, Billboard, Cashbox, Pollstar, National Geographic, the BBC and dozens of other national publications, international television networks and blues publications.

Some of the past artists who have played Beale Street Music Festival include Tom Petty, Dave Matthew's Band, Black Crowes, Sheryl Crow, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Ray Charles, Van Morrison, Allman Brothers, Daughtry just to name a few.

Sloss Music & Arts Festival

Birmingham, AL

Red Mountain Entertainment has partnered with AC Entertainment and Venue Management, Inc. to bring The Sloss Music & Arts Festival to Birmingham, AL. The Sloss Music & Arts Festival is a two-day music and lifestyle event that takes place at Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark. An event that brings more than just great music to Birmingham, but also showcases an amazing regional craft beer selection and amazing food.

Artist for the inaugural Sloss Music & Music Arts festival include Modest Mouse, Band of Horses, Cage the Elephant, Primus, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Young the Giant, Manchester Orchestra, First Aid Kit plus many more!

More than just 32 bands on 3 stages, the SM&AF brings you a fantastic culinary experience inside of the world of Nick N Friends, hands on iron pouring and local and regional artisans selling their hand crafted works.


Little Rock, AR

Riverfest is a celebration of visual and performing arts that is held annually over Memorial Day weekend on the banks of the Arkansas River in Little Rock and North Little Rock. Riverfest is the largest single event in the state of Arkansas with a rich 34-year tradition. Approximately 250,000 festival-goers attended the 2011 event, with an estimated economic impact of $33 million on the community.

Past artists have included Carrie Underwood, Train, Nickel Creek, Miranda Lambert, Dwight Yoakam, Brad Paisley, , Jason Aldean, Heart,Hank Williams, Jr,The Black Crowes, Al Green, ZZ Top, B.B. King, James Brown, Nappy Roots, George Clinton & The P-Funk Allstars, Rick James, Run DMC, Robert Randolph & the Family Band plus hundreds of others.

Top of the Hops Beer Festivals


The Top of the Beer Festivals are a traveling craft beer festival and the ultimate lifestyle event! Patrons can sample over 150 world-class craft and imported beers in a relaxed setting. Combine amazing and unique beer with food, music, education sessions, a cornhole tournament, a silent disco and great friends and there is not a better way to spend a Saturday afternoon or evening.

Top of the Hops Beer Festivals are all sponsored by Draft Magazine and take place in Biloxi, Mississippi, Orange Beach, Alabama and Charlottesville, Virginia.