Frequently Asked Questions

The 4th Annual Memphis Quartet Show will take place at the Cook Convention Center.

Conveniently located near many of Memphis’
renowned tourist attractions, the convention center was built on the site of the famed Ellis Auditorium, a significant venue of the Gospel music community.

Today, Memphis offers incredible activities for visiting Gospel music fans. You can tour Elvis Presley’s Graceland, visit The Legendary Sun Studio, spend time at the acclaimed Memphis Zoo, and watch talented craftsmen at the Gibson Guitar factory. You can also enjoy a riverboat cruise on the Mississippi River, take a stroll down historic Beale Street, and watch the Peabody Ducks on their daily parade. And,
of course, you must sample the world famous
Memphis barbeque!

Latest News

The matinee line-up for the 2016 Memphis Quartet Show is one you will love! On Thursday afternoon, you'll get to hear The Second Half Quartet. This unique group has already become a favorite of fans across the nation—and the members of this quartet do this for just the pure enjoyment of singing! Chris Allman, Rodney Griffin, Mark Trammell, Pat Barker, and Gerald Wolfe will perform songs that have become Southern Gospel classics, so be prepared to sit back and enjoy once again what was one of the true highlights of the 2015 MQS.

Saturday afternoon brings back the group that was the very first matinee ever of the Memphis Quartet Show—The Booth Brothers Quartet. A surprise guest bass vocalist will join this beloved trio—the reigning Southern Gospel Artist of The Year— for an afternoon of fun and great music. And just who is that bass singer? Well, as Michael Booth says, "As soon WE know we'll let YOU know!"


All matinees are reserved seating

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