Memphis in May Adds to 2019 Beale Street Music Festival Lineup

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The Memphis in May Beale Street Music Festival today announced four more acts joining the 2019 Beale Street Music Festival lineup. The announcement brings the total number of performers to sixty-four.

The new lineup additions are popular alt-rock acts Everclear and The Claypool Lennon Delirium comprised of Les Claypool (of Primus) and Sean Lennon, along with indie pop act Echosmith and emerging Memphis rap artists Kevo Muney and Action Pack AP.

“We already have a very strong lineup covering a wide variety of musical genres for the 2019 Beale Street Music Festival but felt these additions will resonate with our rock fans and increase the number of local performers on-stage, making a great lineup even better,” said James L. Holt, President and CEO of Memphis in May. “We pride ourselves on the musical diversity found at Beale Street Music Festival and this year patrons will find hip hop, R&B, soul, rock, indie, pop, blues, and more.”

Tickets can be purchased through and are sold now through April 19 as three-day passes for just $135 or single-day tickets for $55. A limited number of VIP passes are also available at for $649.

The festival opens to the public at 5:00 pm on Friday, May 3 and runs through Sunday, May 5. The 2019 Beale Street Music Festival is sponsored by Bud Light, FedEx and Coca-Cola.

2019 Memphis in May International Festival Dates:

Beale Street Music Festival: May 3-5, 2019
World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest: May 15-18, 2019
Great American River Run: May 25, 2019
Celebrate Memphis: May 25, 2019

About the Beale Street Music Festival

Now in its forty-third year, the Beale Street Music Festival has been recognized by Travel + Leisure magazine as one of their “Festivals Worth Traveling For,” named one of the nation’s top music festivals by Fuse TV five years in a row, one of the World’s Top Festivals by Fest300, and listed by Forbes as one of “5 Underrated Music Festivals You Should Attend.”  Rolling Stone Magazine wrote Beale Street Music Festival “always has a full and eccentric line-up,” while the Wall Street Journal referred to the festival as “one of the largest parties in the United States, drawing people from all over the world to come experience a celebration of the birth of an expressive art form that materialized as the music of Memphis.” Having been featured on CNN and the BBC among others, and in everything from National Geographic to Playboy,­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ the 2018 Beale Street Music Festival attracted more than 102,000 music fans to Memphis, TN from all 50 states and twenty-two countries.

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