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The Fourth Bluff Announces Dance Parties + Album Listening Lunch Sessions

Photo: Jake Ruth

Photo: Jake Ruth

Enjoy Downtown Memphis in three new exciting ways this fall.

The Fourth Bluff project is launching three new experiences open to Memphians of all ages: Friday Night Dance Parties, a Bicycle CoOp, and Album Listening Lunch Sessions.

Friday Night Dance Parties

  • September 15th
  • Sept. 22nd
  • Sept. 29th
  • October 6th
  • Oct. 13th
  • Oct. 20th

On certain Fridays from September through October (dates below), The Fourth Bluff will be hosting a dance party overlooking the Mississippi River from 6pm yo 9pm. Held in the Promenade (directions here), which features a LED light-up dance floor, the event is free and open to all ages. Beer and wine will be available onsite by The Tapbox.ย Friday Night Dance Parties are curated by cโ€™beyohn, a polished emcee, singer-songwriter, performer and producer. Hip Hop Artist of the Year at the twentieth annual Stone Awards, cโ€™beyohn and his group The Bill Killahs have performed during Memphis Grizzlies games at FedEx Forum, at the Cooper-Young Festival, River Arts Fest, the African Street Festival in Nashville, and the National Black Arts Festival in Atlanta.

Bike to Lunch

  • October 3rd
  • November 7th

Happening once in October and November, Bicycle CoOp will lead participants downtown to a restaurant around 10 minutes away to be chosen closer to the event. Bikers will meet at the Cossitt Library (here) at 11:30 am. Bring your own bike and a lock.

Album Listening Parties

  • October 10th
  • Oct. 13th
  • Oct. 17th
  • Oct. 24th

Starting this October, spend a lunch break listening to new albums at the Cossitt Library. Happening from 11am to 1pm, the Fourth Bluff will host listening parties with silent disco headphones and an access to a new album each week to compliment your lunch. Free admission.

Visit the Fourth Bluff’s website here for more info.

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