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By on Apr 01, 2018 (Edited Apr 01, 2018)

After so much anticipation finally, Beale Street Music Festival returns for the 42nd time from 4th of May to 6th this year. There’ll be more than 60 artists performing a series from rock, alternative, and indie to neo-soul, and hip hop, to EDM, country, and the blues on four different stages in downtown Memphis. Beale Street Music Festival have been providing us with great performances through out years and from the looks of its announced 2018 lineup we can say this year’s going to be entertaining as well.
The Basic performers for the 2018 Beale Street Music Festival include Jack White, Queens of the Stone Age, Odesza, Erykah Badu, Logic, Post Malone, Incubus, Alanis Morissette, and Tyler, the Creator.


Over two dozen artists will be performing for the first time at the 2018 Beale Street Music Festival including Jack White, Queens of the Stone Age, Odesza, Erykah Badu, Post Malone, Logic, Tyler the Creator, David Byrne, Kaleo, Vance Joy, Luke Combs, Action Bronson, D.R.A.M., Dashboard Confessional, All Time Low, Margo Price, Young Dolph, Oh Wonder, MisterWives, Andrew W.K., Tank and the Bangas, Calexico, Wilderado and flor. Festival favorites making a return to the Beale Street Music Festival line-up in 2018 include Incubus, The Flaming Lips, Ludacris, Cake, Third Eye Blind, Gov’t. Mule, Juicy J and Chevelle.


The Beale Street Music Festival will be featuring Delbert McClinton, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Marcia Ball, Tommy Castro and the Painkillers, Love Light Orchestra, Eddy “the Chief” Clearwater, and R.L. Boyce among the all-star Blues line-up.


Memphis talent is going to rich in this 2018 Beale Street Music Festival with Juicy J making a return to the festival, along with Young Dolph, Al Kapone, Valerie June, North Mississippi Allstars, Tav Falco and the Panther Burns, Tora Tora, Star & Micey, Chinese Connection Dub Embassy, Ghost Town Blues Band, Reba Russell, Blind Mississippi Morris, and Earl “the Pearl” Banks among the 60+ art...

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