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The Memphis Quartet Show will enter a new era in 2018 when the event moves to the Cannon Center For The Performing Arts. Located in the very same complex as the Memphis Cook 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.

The Cannon Center For The Performing Arts is located on the exact spot where the famed Ellis Auditorium once stood. Gospel music reigned supreme in Memphis at the corner of North Main Street and Poplar Avenue for many years before the sounds of quartets faded away as other cities took center stage.

But in 2018, Gospel music—quartet style—is coming home.

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The 6th Annual Memphis Quartet Show has some great things in store for the 2018 event.

We are excited to announce a special matinee concert on Saturday, June 16, 2018, at 1PM featuring Brian Free & Assurance. They will be joined by former bass singer Keith Plott in order to present this one time only reunion concert of the group as a quartet.

Back by popular demand will be a matinee featuring Ernie Haase & Signature Sound on Thursday, June 14, 2018.

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!