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story.lead_photo.caption Mempho Music Festival to fill ears and stomachs The Raconteurs -- (from left) Jack Lawrence, Jack White, Patrick Keeler and Brendan Benson -- are Saturday's headliners at the Mempho Music Fest in Memphis.

The Raconteurs — Brendan Benson, Patrick Keeler, Jack Lawrence and Jack White — take the stage at 9:15 p.m. Saturday, headlining the first day of the two-day Mempho Music Festival at Shelby Farms Park, off Great View Drive North, Memphis.

Brandi Carlile headlines at 8:15 p.m. Sunday.

Mempho Music Festival

Noon-midnight Saturday, noon-11 p.m. Sunday, Shelby Farms Park, off Great View Drive North, Memphis.

Single-day tickets: $65 in advance, higher at the gate; two-day weekend general admission passes, $109; a few VIP packages could still be available.

ticketmaster.com/mempho-fest-tickets/artist/2391029

Brandi Carlile headlines Sunday at the Mempho Music Fest. 
Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Alysse Gafkjen
Brandi Carlile headlines Sunday at the Mempho Music Fest. Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Alysse Gafkjen

Also performing Saturday:

• On the First Tennessee Stage: Wu-Tang Clan; Margo Price; and a Sun Studio Tribute featuring Jerry Phillips, Jason D. Williams, Amy LaVere, David Brookings, John Paul Keith, Will Sexton, Lahna Deering, Seth Moody, George Sluppick and Graham Winchester

• On the AutoZone Stage: DJ Paul of Three 6 Mafia, Reignwolf, Matt Maeson, Marcella & Her Lovers and Summer Avenue.

Also performing Sunday:

• On the First Tennessee Stage: The Revivalists, PJ Morton and Smith & Thell

• On the AutoZone Stage: lovelytheband, Valerie June, Missio, Lord T & Eloise and Mark Edgar Stuart.

The food lineup ranges from fast, hand-held snacks (including Corndog Inc.'s gourmet corn dogs and chicken tenders; Peace Love Quesadillas' quesadillas and specialty nachos; and Hebros Kitchen's Greek-inspired hand-held wraps and loaded mac-n-cheese) to complete meals (including Corky's Bar-B-Que's Memphis-style BBQ; pizza from Pizza Nova and Grisanti 9DOUGH1; Hibachi rice bowls from Rice Rice Baby; and stir-fried noodles from Island Noodles). Several restaurants are providing vegan and vegetarian cuisine.

Beverage partners are MillerCoors, Jack Daniel's, el Jimador, Old Dominick, Coca-Cola and Monster Energy.

For complete schedules and more details, visit memphofest.com.

— Eric E. Harrison

Weekend on 10/17/2019

Print Headline: Mempho Music Festival to fill ears and stomachs

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