Now in its 41st year, the Beale Street Music Festival continues to attract fans from all over the country to the lovely Tom Lee Park in downtown Memphis, TN. The 25-acre park stretches along the mighty Mississippi, so the festival combines fantastic music with spectacular views. But why is it called Beale Street festival, you ask? Simple, it’s held at the end of historic Beale Street, a street known for its blues clubs and restaurants, and one of the major tourist attractions of Memphis.

The Beale Street Music Festival is the kick-off event for Memphis in May, a month-long celebration featuring four distinct events. Dates for the 2018 event have already been set: head to the historic city from May 4-6, but the lineup has just been revealed! Catch Jack White, Queens of the Stone Age, Odesza and Erykah Badu as headliners, along with Post Malone, Logic, Incubus and Alanis Morissette. Tickets are on sale now–check out the full list of eclectic artists below!

Beale Street Music Festival Tickets

Tickets to Beale Street Music Festival are $125 for a three-day pass, and $55 for a single-day ticket. Miss the onsale? Check out what SeatGeek has to offer, or view tickets below.

Beale Street Music Festival Dates 2018

May 4-6 @ Tom Lee Park in Memphis, TN

Beale Street Music Festival Past & Current Lineup(s)

Beale Street Music Festival 2018 Lineup

Friday, May 4

Queens of the Stone Age
Alanis Morrisette
Tyler, The Creator
Robert Randolph & The Family Band
Third Eye Blind
Margo Price
Cake
Dashboard Confessional
Star & Micey
Ghost Town Blues Band
Zac Harmon
Christone “Kingfish” Ingram
Kaleo
Clutch
Wilderado
Terry “Big T” Williams
Zeke Johnson

Saturday, May 5

David Byrne
Logic
Ludacris
Incubus
Chevelle
Calexico
Action Bronson
Al Kapone
Marcia Ball
Tommy Castro and The Painkillers
Vance Joy
Franz Ferdinand
Dan Barta & Illustratosphere
Tav Falco & Panther Burns
Chinese Connection Dub Embassy
All Time Low
Gov’t Mule
Victor Wooten
Amansa Hines
Eddy “The Chief” Clearwater
Blind Mississippi Morris
Joanna Connor
Earl “The Pearl” Banks
Sam Joyner
Washboard Shorty & Reverend Robert Rev

Sunday, May 6

Post Malone
Juicy J
Erykah Badu
D.R.A.M.
Odesza
Flaming Lips
Young Dolph
Delbert McClinton
Love Light Orchestra
Luke Combs
Andrew W.K.
Tank and the Bangas
Oh Wonder
Misterwives
flor
R.L. Boyce
Reba Russell
Biscuit Miller and the Mix
Butch Mudbone
Jimmy “Duck” Holmes