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New Daisy Theatre

330 Beale Street
901-525-8981

The New Daisy Theatrehas been renovated to ensurethe next seventy-three yearsare our most amazing yet!

The New Daisy Theatre is an all-ages venue that plays host to both local and national concerts, and rental events.

The New Daisy opened as a movie theatre in 1937 and was converted to a music venue in the 1980s. It has since played host to artists such as Jerry Lee Lewis, Al Green, Bob Dylan, Nirvana, Justin Timberlake, Nelly, The Cult, and Oasis among others.



Reviews

Danetta Carter

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Thursday, July 12, 2018
It's a nice venue. Went to see Lyfe Jennings, which was a pretty good concert. I like that once the concert ended that I could easily get my hands on good food and a cold drink.

Ben Reed

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Thursday, April 12, 2018
Great venue with great sound and layout. Only downside was the "bathroom attendant" who held the toilet paper and soap hostage until you tip him. Some people could go without the soap...but toilet paper? I've been there about 4 times now and thankfully he was only there one of those times.

Jacob Thibodeaux

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Saturday, July 14, 2018
Saw Bush here... it was hot but the beer was great and got to touch Gavin... it was amazing

Amanda Eddington

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Tuesday, June 5, 2018
The New Daisy is a Memphis classic. They get a great variety of quality bands that schedule tours there pretty regularly. This is a great venue to have a drink in and check out whoever may be playing, too.

Sam Abrams

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Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018
Really awesome venue. I love the small, intimate feel is the place, it doesn't have that weird detached feeling of bigger venues, it feels kind of personal, if that makes sense. Drinks are reasonably priced for what it is too. Bathrooms are gross if you care about that kind of thing, but I feel like you should expect that anywhere on Beale street. 10/10 would recommend seeing a show here.

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