Memphis Quartet Show Update
UPDATED APRIL 1, 2020: We hope that everyone is doing well and safe. We have been following all updates regarding the Coronavirus, and have been receiving emails from our attendees asking about the status of the Memphis Quartet Show in June 2020.
We have NOT cancelled the event. Please keep in mind that the Memphis Quartet Show is scheduled nearly 3 months from now. A lot can change in that time. We will make a decision by mid-May whether or not we will be able to hold the event.
We will be monitoring the situation and will make any decision in ample time to allow you to update your plans. We don't want to put anyone at risk, and are praying that this will pass before then. As more information becomes available, we will inform you by email, website, and Facebook. We pray for your safety during these times and appreciate your prayers and thanks for your support of the Memphis Quartet Show.
The 8th Annual Memphis Quartet Show will take place June 17-20, 2020, at the Cannon Center in Memphis, Tennessee.
Conveniently located near many of Memphis' renowned tourists attractions, the Cannon 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 explore the Memphis Music Hall of Fame. 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!
Located in the very same complex as the Memphis Convention Center, the Cannon Center will offer concert-goers an incredible experience that won't be forgotten. With acoustics second-to-none, comfortable seating on every row, and awesome views of the stage from every seat, The Cannon Center is the perfect match for your favorite music.
Coming in 2020...The Legendary Fairfield Four
Coming June 20, 2020 for a special matinee concert!
Founded in 1921 in Nashville, Tennessee, The Fairfield Four are best known for their appearance in the film O Brother Where Art Thou, as well as their performance on the subsequent movie soundtrack release. Even after 98 years, the group is alive and well, and still performs the traditional acappella style that has become their world-renown trademark.
Inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in 1999, The Fairfield Four are the recipients of multiple Grammy Awards, Lifetime Achievement Awards, and have been designated as National Heritage Fellows by the National Endowment For The Arts. With appearances that range from churches of all sizes ... to Carnegie Hall ... to festivals coast-to-coast... to the Gaither Homecoming series ... to the Smithsonian Institute ... and countless more, it is an honor to welcome The Fairfield Four to The Memphis Quartet Show.