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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. Friday Night Dance Parties are curated by c’beyohn, a polished emcee, singer-songwriter, performer and producer. Hip Hop Artist of the Year at the twentieth annual Stone Awards, c’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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