lgbtq+Q+ travelers to Memphis can find travel resources here, including details on the Mid-South's biggest Pride event (Memphis Pride Fest Weekend), Tri-State Black Pride and curated entertainment, nightlife and resource recommendations.

Yes, this place is the home of Rock N’ Roll and yes, Elvis used to live here but we have a lot more going on than just those things. We are also considered the home of Blues, there are blues venues on practically every corner especially in the downtown area. There are lots of things to do at Graceland but I am not aware of anything dedicated for the lgbtq+Q community.
The gay bars in Memphis are cozy and close-knit. Since we only have two gay bars there are other places that the queer community congregates around town. Coffee shops are all the rage in the Memphis queer community.

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Popular Gay Events in Memphis, TN:

  1. Memphis Pride Fest: Also called as "Mid-South Pride". This is one of the most prominent lgbtq+Q+ events in Memphis. It traditionally includes a parade, festival, and other community events. It's a vibrant celebration of lgbtq+Q+ life, culture, and community, and it typically attracts thousands of participants from around the region.
  2. Outflix Film Festival: Outflix is a film festival organized by the Memphis lgbtq+Q Community Center. The festival showcases films that explore lgbtq+Q+ stories and themes. It's typically held annually and features a mix of short films, feature films, and documentaries from around the world.

Gay bars and Hotspots in Memphis, TN:

  1. The Pumping Station: Known for its Underwear Party and Kink Night, The Pumping Station encourages patrons to enjoy the best cocktails in town with nothing on but their underwear and a smile. They also have a Wing Night every Tuesday where you can enjoy all-you-can-eat wings from 6 pm – 8 pm.
  2. T's Pub: T's Pub is a great gay spot to hang out with fabulous staff and a variety of theme nights. They offer several good beers on tap with a bunch of canned/bottled microbrewery options too.
  3. Wildrose: Wildrose is a place for women and all are welcome. They have been women-owned and operated since 1984. They require proof of full vaccination for all guests.
  4. Cathedral Station: Cathedral Station is a Gay Sports Bar and Neighborhood Pub that welcomes everyone. They provide a bar area, dining area, outdoor patio area, and free parking in the back.
  5. The Iron Bear: The Iron Bear is proudly bear owned and operated. They are open daily from 11 AM to 2 AM.
  6. MJ's Tavern: MJ’s Tavern is a cornerstone of the lgbtq+Q community since its opening in 2012. They are open daily at 9 am and offer daily menu specials, awesome happy hours, and nighttime entertainment offerings.
  7. Donn's Depot: Donn's Depot is a place for live music, cocktails, dancing, and family. They have been established since 1978.
  8. Rum Boogie Cafe: While not explicitly a gay bar, Rum Boogie Cafe is a popular spot on Beale Street. They offer a superfine rum selection and beer, a Cajun and barbecue menu, and hot music with house-favorites FreeWorld, Pam and Terry, Soul Street Mojo, Eric Hughes, and Vince Johnson & the Plantation Allstars.
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