7726 U.S. Hwy 51 North
Millington, TN 38053
Phone: (901) 873-2222
Fax: (901) 872-6597
7726 U.S. Hwy 51 North , Millington, TN, US, 38053
- Phone: (901) 873-2222
- Fax: (901) 872-6597
Memphis International Raceway is located in Millington, Tennessee. It is an auto racing track and is also known as Memphis Motorsports Park. It has a drag strip and a 1.8-mile (2.9-kilometer) road course. It opened in 1987 and has hosted the NASCAR Nationwide Series, the Camping World Truck Series and the ASA Late Model Series races.
For a truly pleasurable viewing experience, head to Malco Raleigh Springs Cinema. Sit back and relax in the stadium seats with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand and enjoy your favorite movie. It also has Dolby Digital sound systems for that extra effect! Check the website for film times, ticket prices and further information.
Malco Bartlett Cinema 10 has as the name suggests, 10 screens and Dolby Digital sound for your viewing pleasure. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call or see their website.
Malco Summer Drive-In adds a splash of nostalgia to your next trip to the movies. This old-fashioned theater allows you to watch new releases on the big screen from the comfort of your car. Enjoy reasonably priced concessions here or bring your own from home. Each screening is a double feature, giving you even more bang for your buck!
Visit Palace Cinema for the ultimate movie experience. Sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand, and watch your favorite flick on the big-screen. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call, or see their website. So come along with your family and friends for a delightful movie-watching experience.
What could be better than nature combined with music and entertainment? Enjoy the outdoors and live music in Overton Park, a small shell theater where Elvis once played that hosts concerts in the summer. Listen to jazz, classical or blues music while you gaze at the stars. Occasionally, old films are shown and live performances are hosted here. This is a great place to take children, since there is lots of room for them to play and use their imaginations.
Crosstown Arts is a creative destination, housing a gallery, exhibition center, performance venue as well as a retail space for artists. Promoting local and national artists, this venue hosts MemFeast as well as a funding event for artists to support themselves. Community outreach activities like arts program after school for children are also conducted in the Cleveland Street Flea Market. The gallery is open between Tuesday to Saturday from 10 AM to 6PM.
The Buckman Center has been a landmark in Memphis arts scene for over a decade. This single platform has witnessed the works of the best and the renowned in the field of dance, music and theater. The Buckman also includes the elegant, 328-seat William H. Rose Theater that is host to the Buckman Concert Series and various events by residential arts companies. The Levy Gallery is a large lobby that exhibits work of students. The place also features a variety of classes, workshops and programs for kids and senior citizens. Visit the website for a complete schedule of shows and events.
The venue for TheatreWorks, a voluntary organization, the Evergreen Theatre is a multi-purpose venue. Drama, musicals, concerts, ballet performances and much more is staged here on a regular basis. Various classes and workshops organized by TheatreWorks are held at Evergreen too. This theater with a seating capacity of 725, can also be rented for private events. For schedule and exact technical specifications, call ahead.
Want to see an international film? Malco Studio on the Square is the place. This five-screen, all stadium seating cinema specializes in imports and independent films. The theater also contains a wine and coffee bar, which is great for a refreshment at any time. In addition to wine, cappuccino and espresso, the bar offers croissant sandwiches and salads. Unfortunately, you cannot take your drink into the movie, but there are two lounge bars in which you can relax before or after the film: one contains comfortable leather sofas, while the other features a cozy fireplace for keeping warm during the chilly months.
This tiny theater in the entertainment area of Overton Square serves as a venue for a number of small performing arts groups. The arrangement allows these cutting-edge groups to survive without having to come up with the funding for permanent facilities, which greatly increases the variety of productions available in Memphis. Some of the groups that stage productions in Theatreworks are the Memphis Black Repertory Theatre and Voices of the South, a group specializing in plays by and about women.
Although founded 10 years before Playhouse on the Square, its partner theater, Circuit Playhouse puts on excellent productions of lesser known, more innovative plays than Playhouse on the Square or Theatre Memphis. The quality here reveals the depth of the acting talent in the city that produced Kathy Bates and Michael Jeeter, among others.