Attractions & Events

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  • Elvis Presley Birthplace

    The most significant landmark of Tupelo’s modern history is a modest, two-room house where the King of Rock & Roll was born on January 8, 1935. From this humble beginning, Elvis Presley began his swift rise to become the world’s most popular entertainer. The house, built by his father with $180, draws over 50,000 visitors each year from across the world. [More Info] or [close]
  • The Historical Blue Moon

    Oldest building in Lee County, MS with history ranging from the Civil War headquarters of Bedford Forrest to the marriage site of Gladys and Vernon Presley. With an early 1900′s atmosphere, the facility is decorated with Elvis memorabilia and historical items. Private dining is available for groups, large and small, by reservation. The venue also features space for live music and special events which are booked regularly. [More Info] or [close]
  • Tupelo Hardware

    Tupelo Hardware no doubt played a significant role in the life of Elvis Presley. It was at Tupelo Hardware that Gladys, Elvis’ mother, purchased his first guitar and put music in the hands of a boy that grew to be a musical legend. The story goes that in an attempt to calm Elvis, who was very upset because Gladys refused to buy him a shotgun for his 10th birthday, a store employee handed Elvis a guitar, who strummed it and decided he wanted it instead. Visitors are welcome during the store’s regular hours and are able to stand on the very spot where Elvis made that fateful decision as they listen to the tale told by store employees. [More Info] or [close]
  • Tupelo Historic Tours

    Tupelo Historic Tours offers guided walking tours that promise our guests an educational and recreational experience! Walk a mile in Elvis’s shoes as we explore his boyhood days and the lessons that shaped the man. Here was the foundation that built a legend. Listen as your tour guide re-creates Elvis’s early years. Experience the world as only he knew it and see Tupelo through his eyes. [More Info] or [close]
  • Tupelo Automobile Museum

    Featuring 120,000 square feet of automobile displays and open viewing restoration bays, the Tupelo Automobile Museum is a dream for car lovers or for those who just want to stroll down memory lane. Over 100 antique, classic and collectible automobiles, chronologically displayed, illustrate the progress of over 100 years of automobile design and engineering. A self-guided tour starts with an 1886 Benz, representing the birth of the automobile and culminates with a never-driven 1994 Dodge Viper. The collection, valued at over $6 million, includes a rare Tucker, a Lincoln previously owned by Elvis Presley, other movie and celebrity vehicles, Hispano Suizas, a Duesenberg and many more rare brands and American favorites. [More Info] or [close]
  • Tupelo Buffalo Park & Zoo

    Visit The Tupelo Buffalo Park and take the tour on the Monster Bison Bus. You can get an up close and personal look on how and where buffalo live. You can even camp out overnight in the Chickasaw Indian Village. Visitors enter the park through a restored train depot building, which also houses a snack bar and souvenir shop. A 24-foot by 24-foot pavilion on the south side of the depot serves as a staging area for boarding the park’s “Bison Buses”. The buses are outfitted with monster truck kits. Groups board the buses and tour the buffalo herds grazing throughout the park, with the buses pulling into protective pens, offering an opportunity to the visitor to hand-feed the buffaloes. The buffalo can weigh more than a ton each. [More Info] or [close]
  • Natchez Trace Parkway

    The historic, 444-mile road linking Natchez to Nashville began as a trail traveled by Indians and wild animals about 8,000 years ago. Later, it was used by Spanish explorers, British troops and settlers of the southern frontier. Today, the Natchez Trace is a national scenic byway, All-American Road and one of the nation’s most unique national parks. Open year-round for motorists, hikers and cyclists, it provides visitors the opportunity for an unhurried trip through time. [More Info] or [close]
  • Healthworks! Kids Museum

    If you’ve ever wanted to get inside the brain of a teenager, or explore the coarser side of human biology, then you’re ready to be exposed to the full-bodied fun of HealthWorks! North Mississippi, the new children’s health-education center in Tupelo. It’s a heady experience from the outset, when you’re welcomed to the $5.3 million building by the Brain Theater, featuring a 12-minute video that probes “inside the brain of a 13-year-old girl.” The theater is part of the Funtastic exhibit floor teeming with interactive displays that spread a contagion of learning through hands-on zaniness. [More Info] or [close]
  • Oren Dunn City Museum

    The Oren Dunn City Museum is home to a wonderful collection of historic buildings and Tupelo history. The late Oren F. Dunn, founder of the museum, was an avid history buff and storyteller. His goal was to chronicle the region’s history; the museum continues his mission today. The museum is housed in a 1937 dairy barn. Its collection focuses primarily on Tupelo and Northeastern Mississippi history. The museum highlights include: Chickasaw Indians, Early Pioneer Settlement, 1936 Tornado, and Tupelo Agriculture and Industry. [More Info] or [close]
  • Tupelo Veterans Museum

    Located in the Oren Dunn City Museum is a wonderful collection of memorabilia honoring the men and women who dedicated their lives to the concept of ensuring freedom for all Americans. Founded by Tony Lute, who began collecting WWII artifacts since he was 16, he has continued to pursue his mission by opening the museum and is grateful to the many donors who have entrusted him with their treasures. [More Info] or [close]
  • Brice’s Crossroads National Battlefield Site

    Six miles from Baldwyn on Mississippi Hwy 370 W. lies the Brice’s Crossroads National Battlefield where Confederate cavalry under the command of General Nathan Bedford Forrest defeated Union troops and forced their withdrawal to Memphis. A one-acre site maintained by the National Park Service features a monument and two cannons. Adjacent to the battlefield is the Bethany Cemetery where 95 Confederate soldiers are buried. All but one are identified. An additional 1,400 acres surrounding the one-acre site has been purchased for preservation. Newly paved trails and signage explain battle lines and troop movements. Development is underway in four phases. Granite markers along Highway 370 describe the battle. [More Info] or [close]
  • Tupelo National Battlefield

    Commemorated in a park on Tupelo’s West Main Street is the Battle of Tupelo – the last major engagement of the Civil War in Mississippi. The battle, which raged over two hot July days in 1864, was among the bloodiest in the state. Coming after the Confederate victory at the Battle of Brice’s Crossroads, the Tupelo engagement pitted troops under Confederate Generals Stephen D. Lee and Nathan Bedford Forrest against Union troops under the command of General A.J. Smith. At stake was Smith’s ability to keep Forrest’s feared cavalry corps in north Mississippi and not allow him to go to east Tennessee and disrupt Union General William T. Sherman’s “march to the sea” campaign in Georgia. So important was Tupelo to Sherman that he ordered Smith in Memphis “to make up a force and go out to follow Forrest to the death, if it cost 10,000 lives and breaks the Treasury.” Although the blue clad troops claimed victory, insufficient supplies caused the Union army to retreat to Memphis, leaving the field to an army half its size. [More Info] or [close]
  • Private John Allen National Fish Hatchery

    The Private John Allen National Fish Hatchery is a scenic outdoor facility where the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service propagate native fish for use in restocking programs. Each year, millions of fish are hatched here. A 1904 Victorian house which was the home to hatchery superintendents for many years is located at the site. The grounds of the hatchery are beautifully manicured with turn-of-the-century plantings. Reminisce as you walk through Grandmother’s Garden and the wildlife area, which has been planted with foliage to attract nature’s friends. [More Info] or [close]

Upcoming Events

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  • Live Music - The Stone Coats

    4/17/2014 8:30 p.m. Blue Canoe - 2006 North Gloster 662-269-2642
  • Live Music - Danny Strange & the Rock n Kings

    4/17/2014 Vanelli's - 1302 North Gloster St. 662-844-4410
  • Live Music - Hundredth

    4/17/2014 Good Time Charlie's
  • Live Music - Full Tilt

    4/18/2014 Vanelli's - 1302 North Gloster St. 662-844-4410
  • Live Music - Greg Dillard

    4/18/2014 The Stables - 206 N. Spring Street Ste 3 662-840-0069
  • Live Music - Too Slim & The Taildraggers

    4/18/2014 8:45 p.m. Blue Canoe - 2006 North Gloster 662-269-2642
  • Casting Crowns

    4/18/2014 7:00 PM BancorpSouth Arena $75, $40, $25. Groups 15+ $18 662-841-6528 http://www.premierproductions.com/tour/casting-crowns-thrive-tour/tupelo-ms
  • Live Music - Tyler Kinchen & The Right Pieces

    4/19/2014 8:45 p.m. Blue Canoe - 2006 North Gloster 662-269-2642
  • Live Music - Eric Stogner

    4/19/2014 The Stables - 206 N. Spring Street Ste 3 662-840-0069
  • Live Music - Larry Knight & Ron Delavega

    4/19/2014 Vanelli's - 1302 North Gloster St. 662-844-4410
  • Tupelo Film Festival

    4/17/2014 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. - Special events planned afterwards Malco Theatre Independent films from around the world will be shown and judged. Awards presented. Live entertainment. Great Food. To be announced. 662-213-3307 http://www.tupelofilmfestival.net/tupelo-film-festival/
  • No Pain No Gain Baseball Tournament

    4/18/2014 Ballard Park Sportsplex - Baseball Youth Baseball Tournament 662.841.6440 http://www.richeysports.com/baseball/tournaments.aspx
  • Live Music - Songwriter's Night

    4/21/2014 Vanelli's - 1302 North Gloster St. 662-844-4410
  • Live Music - Righteous Vendettta

    4/22/2014 Good Time Charlie's
  • 8th Anual Jeff Robertson Golf Fore Life

    4/22/2014 Big Oaks Golf Course Contact connie@newbeginningsadoptions.org for more information. $300 per team $80 per player 662-842-6752
  • Stages for the Ages Health Fair

    4/24/2014 Open to the public from 9 am - 12 pm Harrisburg Baptist Church Please join us for a senior living health fair event and walk with us through the "stages for the ages"! Sponsored by Sanctuary Hospice & Avonlea Assisted Living *Door prizes *Preventative testing *Area healthcare vendors This is a FREE event 662-407-2400 www.sanctuaryhospice.org
  • Live Music - Follow Apollo

    4/25/2014 8:55 p.m. Blue Canoe - 2006 North Gloster 662-269-2642
  • Live Music - Shive

    4/25/2014 Good Time Charlie's
  • Kid's Night

    4/25/2014 5:30 - 8:30 pm 219 S. Industrial Road, Tupelo, MS 38801 Space is Limited - Registration required! No Parents Allowed! Drop your kids off for a night of fun with friends! Ages 4 - 12! "Early Bird Registration" Call Before 12pm on day of Kid's Night $15 per child, $10 per member child “Last Minute Registration” Call after 12pm on day of kid's night $22 per child, $17 per member child 662-377-5437 www.healthworkskidsms.org
  • North MS Symphony Orchestra - Andreas Klein, Piano

    4/26/2014 The Link Centre - 1800 West Main Street Andreas Klein, Piano - Beethoven's powerful Piano Concerto No. 3 662-842-8433
  • Live Music - Glow Paint Party

    4/26/2014 Good Time Charlie's
  • Live Music - Evan Adams

    4/26/2014 The Stables - 206 N. Spring Street Ste 3 662-840-0069
  • Live Music - The Red Thangs

    4/26/2014 8:55 p.m. Blue Canoe - 2006 North Gloster 662-269-2642
  • Live Music - Skip Oliver

    4/25/2014 The Stables - 206 N. Spring Street Ste 3 662-840-0069
  • Live Music - DoryDrive

    4/29/2014 Good Time Charlie's
  • Live Music - People's Blues of Richmond

    4/29/2014 8:30 p.m. Blue Canoe - 2006 North Gloster 662-269-2642
  • Live Music - John West Band

    5/2/2014 8:55 p.m. Blue Canoe - 2006 North Gloster 662-269-2642
  • Live Music - The Polyrythmics

    5/3/2014 8:55 p.m. Blue Canoe - 2006 North Gloster 662-269-2642
  • Lyrics for Le Bonheur

    5/3/2014 7pm until midnight The Antler This is an upscale singer/songwriter night with Nashville songwrites Phil O'Donnell (Philbilly), Casey Beathard and Shane Minor. All together they have written hundreds of #1 hits for main stream country artist such as George Strait, Eric Church and Tracy Lawrence. Local favorites John Milstead, Jamie Davis and Tyler Reeve will also be opening. $75 per person 662-840-2389
  • Hit Big Or Miss Big Baseball Tournament

    5/2/2014 Ballard Park Sportsplex - Baseball Youth Baseball Tournament 662.841.6440 http://www.richeysports.com/baseball/tournaments.aspx
  • Tupelo Blue Suede Cruise

    5/2/2014 9am-9pm Friday and Saturday 9am-11am Sunday BancorpSouth Arena Classic car cruise that draws 800+ classic cars, street rods, customs and collector vehicles to Tupelo for cruising and good old rock n roll music. Live entertainment from 5:30 - 9;00 each night is free to the public. Saturday morning parade of classic cars begins at 9am. DJ plays hits from the 50's, 60's and 70's all day. Swap meet vendors with automotive parts and memorabilia. A car corral full of classic cars for sale. Entry is free to general public. All entertainment is free to public. For participants who enter their classic vehicle there is a fee of $35 for the event. 662-213-8873 www.bluesc.com
  • 6th Annual Feathered Horse Spring Classic

    5/2/2014 Lee County AgriCenter Feathered horse Classic is in the 9th year of putting on competitive but social shows showcasing the Gypsy Vanner & Friesian Horses. Free to Public www.FeatheredHorseClassic.com
  • Tupelo Flea Market & Yard Sale

    5/9/2014 Tupelo Furniture Market 662-842-4222
  • Live Music - Webb Wilder

    5/9/2014 8:55 p.m. Blue Canoe - 2006 North Gloster 662-269-2642
  • Live Music - Powder Mill

    5/10/2014 8:55 p.m. Blue Canoe - 2006 North Gloster 662-269-2642
  • BILL COSBY Far From Finished Tour

    5/10/2014 8:00 PM BancorpSouth Arena $67, $57 and $47 662-841-6528 www.bcsarena.com
  • Live Music - Jimbo Mathus

    5/16/2014 8:55 p.m. Blue Canoe - 2006 North Gloster 662-269-2642
  • Live Music - Bret Mosely

    5/17/2014 8:55 p.m. Blue Canoe - 2006 North Gloster 662-269-2642
  • Celebrating Adoption Family Picnic

    5/17/2014 10:00 - 2:00 p.m. Fair Park Downtown Tupelo Register at NewBeginningsAdoptions.org/events 662-842-6752
  • The Big The Bad The Batter Baseball Tournament

    5/16/2014 Ballard Park Sportsplex - Baseball Youth Baseball Tournaments 662.841.6440 http://www.richeysports.com/baseball/tournaments.aspx
  • 2014 JT Neely Scholarship Fast Pitch Tournament

    5/16/2014 Veterans and Eastwood Softball Complexes Youth Fast Pitch Tournament 18U - 10U - $225.00 per team 8U - $150.00 per team 662-841-6440 http://www.tupeloms.gov/parkandrec/about/softball/tournaments/
  • Live Music - Sam Hadfield

    5/21/2014 8:00 p.m. Blue Canoe - 2006 North Gloster 662-269-2642
  • Hershey's Track & Field Games

    5/24/2014 10:00am Tupelo High School Track Join in the fun by competing in basic track and field events and have a chance of a lifetime to receive an ALL-expense paid trip to compete in the annual North American Final meet in Hershey, PA!!! Early Registration: NOW - April 30 FREE T-Shirt (sign up by April 30) at Tupelo Parks and Recreation Office Office Hours: 8:00am - 5:00pm 655 Rutherford Rd. Tupelo, MS 38801 $10 per child 6628416440
  • Tupelo Summer Fest

    5/28/2014 Thursday 4:00 - 11:00 P.M. Friday & Saturday Noon - MIdnite Sunday Noon - 11:00 P.M. 1879 North Coley Road, Tupelo Furniture Market Summer Festival, Midway Rides, Entertainment, Games & Food Admission at Gate 662.224.4994
  • Baseball Fever Tournament

    6/6/2014 Ballard Park Sportsplex - Baseball Youth Baseball Tournament 662.841.6440 http://www.richeysports.com/baseball/tournaments.aspx
  • 2014 TSA Fast Pitch Classic

    6/6/2014 Veterans and Eastwood Softball Complexes Youth Fast Pitch Tournament 662-841-6440 http://www.tupeloms.gov/parkandrec/about/softball/tournaments/
  • Tupelo Elvis Festival - Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Competition

    6/5/2014 BancorpSouth Arena 662-841-6528 www.bcsarena.com
  • 2014 GumTree Classic

    6/13/2014 Veterans and Eastwood Softball Complexes Adult Softball Tournament 662-841-6440 http://www.tupeloms.gov/parkandrec/about/softball/tournaments/
  • 150th Anniversary Reenactment of the Battles of Brice's Crossroads and Tupelo-Harrisburg

    6/13/2014 9.a.m. on Friday-Camps open for Children's Discovery day; 9 a.m. Saturday, living history demonstrations, era sutlers, camps open for visitors, speakers in activity tent all day, Sunday, era church services at 9 a.m.; reenactment at 1 p.m. 607 Grisham Street (visitors center) and Hwy 370 west and CR 833 , Baldwyn, MS (battlefield) Events held at 1500 acre battlefield begin at 9.a.m. on Friday-Camps open for Children's Discovery day; 9 a.m. Saturday, living history demonstrations, era sutlers, camps open for visitors, speakers in activity tent all day, ladies tea at 11 a.m. and Period dance at 7 p.m.. Reenactment of battle at 2 p.m. Sunday, church services at 9 a.m. and battle reenactment at 1 p.m. Parking fee admission to battle reeanctments 662.365.3969 www.finalstands.com
  • Tupelo Flea Market & Gun Show

    6/13/2014 Tupelo Furniture Market 662-842-4222
  • Kid's Night

    6/20/2014 5:30 - 8:30 pm 219 S. Industrial Road, Tupelo, MS 38801 Space is Limited - Registration required! No Parents Allowed! Drop your kids off for a night of fun with friends! Ages 4 - 12! "Early Bird Registration" Call Before 12pm on day of Kid's Night $15 per child, $10 per member child “Last Minute Registration” Call after 12pm on day of kid's night $22 per child, $17 per member child 662-377-5437 www.healthworkskidsms.org
  • 2014 Father Daughter Gumtree Ball

    6/21/2014 6pm till 9pm BancorpSouth Arena A special evening for Daddies and Daughters. Join us for an evening of fun! Live Auction, Silent Auction Dancing and Food $60 per couple/$10 each additional daughter 662-840-2379 www.lebonheur.org/gumtreeball
  • 2014 TSA Tune-Up

    6/20/2014 Veterans and Eastwood Softball Complexes Youth Fast Pitch Tournament 662-841-6440 http://www.tupeloms.gov/parkandrec/about/softball/tournaments/
  • USSSA 12u State Baseball Tournament

    6/19/2014 Ballard Park Sportsplex - Baseball Youth Baseball Tournament 662.841.6440 http://www.richeysports.com/baseball/tournaments.aspx
  • Water, Water Everywhere Camp!

    7/8/2014 8:30 - 11:30 with the option to Stay and Play (until 3:30) for an additional $15 219 S. Industrial Road, Tupelo, MS 38801 5 - 8 year old Soak up some rays... and some water and have a splashing good time while trying not to "freeze" in the ice! The last half of this camp will be held outside. Please wear water shoes and be prepared to get wet! Bring a towel! Stay and Play Thursdays after our half day camps you can stay & play for an additional $15. Bring your lunch or pay for one of our healthy lunch options from our Subway "To Go" Menu! $30 --- Ask about our member discount! $15 per camper for stay and play! 662-377-5437 www.healthworkskidsms.org
  • Music Mania

    7/10/2014 10:00 - 11:30 am 219 S. Industrial Road, Tupelo, MS 38801 3 - 5 years old What makes music? Everything makes music! Hip Hoppers will keep a beat with their heart, hands, feet, and fun during this pre-school band camp! Attention Mommies - You can drop off or join your camper! $20 Ask about member discount!! 662-377-5437 www.healthworkskidsms.org
  • Tupelo Flea Market & Yard Sale

    7/11/2014 Tupelo Furniture Market 662-842-4442
  • Wild, Wild West Camp!

    7/15/2014 8:30 - 11:30 Stay and Play option until 3:30! 219 S. Industrial Road, Tupelo, MS 38801 5 - 8 year olds Mosey on down to HealthWorks! this summer and find yourself in the wild west. Rustle up to the sawhorse and lasso a friend, sit around the campfire and tell stories, race to the corral on a stick pony - all while avoiding the quick draw water gun fight! You'll leave saying, "Yee-haw!" Stay and Play- Thursdays after our half day camps you can stay and play for an additional $15. Bring your lunch or pay for one of our healthly lunch options from our Subway "To Go" menu. $30 ---Ask about our member discount! 662-377-5437 www.healthworkskidsms.org
  • Bubble Bash

    7/17/2014 10:00 - 11:30 am 219 S. Industrial Road, Tupelo, MS 38801 3 - 5 years old Blow a bubble, pop a bubble, get covered in a bubble, paint with a bubble, and you'll leave this preschool camp feeling all bubbly! Attention Mommies- You can drop off or join your camper! $20 --- Ask about member discounts!!! 662-377-5437 www.healthworkskidsms.org
  • Kid's Night

    7/18/2014 5:30 - 8:30 pm 219 S. Industrial Road, Tupelo, MS 38801 Space is Limited - Registration required! No Parents Allowed! Drop your kids off for a night of fun with friends! Ages 4 - 12! "Early Bird Registration" Call Before 12pm on day of Kid's Night $15 per child, $10 per member child “Last Minute Registration” Call after 12pm on day of kid's night $22 per child, $17 per member child 662-377-5437 www.healthworkskidsms.org
  • Move Your Body Camp!

    7/21/2014 8:30 am - 3:30 pm 219 S. Industrial Road, Tupelo, MS 38801 8 - 12 years old Registratoin Required Run, jump, roll, dance, climb, and slide your way through HealthWorks! as we get your body moving with new and exciting relays, obstacles, crafts, and antics. We'll challenge you from head to toe! $55 ---Ask about member discount! 662-377-5437 www.healthworkskidsms.org
  • Tricket Out Camp!

    7/22/2014 8:30 - 11:30 with the option to "Stay and Play" until 3:30 219 S. Industrial Road, Tupelo, MS 38801 5 - 8 year olds Wanna play a trick? Bring your game face so you can become a pro at tricks of the trade. You'll be the life of the party after this day! Stay and Play- Thursday after our half day camps you can stay and play for an additional charge of $15. Bring your lunch or pay for one of our healthy lunch options from our Subway "To Go" menu. $30 per camper --- ask about our member discount $15 per camper if you choose "Stay and Play" 662-377-5437 www.healthworkskidsms.org
  • Give Me a Hand!

    7/24/2014 10:00 - 11:30 am 219 S. Industrial Road, Tupelo, MS 38801 3 - 5 years old Sock puppets and finger paints might get messy, but we'll wash our hands before playing some "hands down" fun games at this preschool camp! **Attention Mommies** You can drop off or join your camper! $20 -- Ask about member discounts!!! 662-377-5437 www.healthworkskidsms.org
  • Lost in Space Camp!

    7/28/2014 8:30 am - 3:30 pm 219 S. Industrial Road, Tupelo, MS 38801 8 - 12 year olds "Mission Control: We have a problem!" Can you help the first ever HealthWorks! space flight get off the ground? We're lost and can't seem to decipher the clues. We'll need your CSI skills and puzzle detangling tactics to help launch this camp! $55 per child--- ask about our Member Discount!! 662-377-5437 www.healthworkskidsms.org
  • Can you Dig It?

    7/29/2014 8:30 - 11:30 with the choice of Stay and Play until 3:30! 219 S. Industrial Road, Tupelo, MS 38801 You'll be diggin' this camp! Digging in dirt, digging on the court, digging up bones, digging cool noodles, digging HealthWorks! Hope you don't get buried in all the fun! Stay and Play! (until 3:30) Thursdays after our half day camps you can stay and play for an additional charge of $15. Bring your lunch or pay for on of our healthy lunch options from our Subway "To Go" menu. $30 ---ask about our member discount 662-377-5437 www.healthworkskidsms.org
  • Tupelo Flea Market

    8/8/2014 Tupelo Furniture Market 662-842-4442
  • Total Body Champioships

    8/16/2014 Prejudging - 9:00 am Finals - 6:00 pm Tupelo High School Performing Arts Center NPC Bodybuilding, Figure, Bikini & Physique Competition. Open to the public...Featuring MS's only 2 IFBB Pro bodybuilders..Timmy & Judy Gaillard Prejudging - $15.00 (general admission) Finals - $25 (general admission) $35 (VIP) 662-837-5987 www.totalbodygym.net
  • Tupelo Furniture Market & Home Accessories Show

    8/14/2014 Tupelo Furniture Market 662-842-4442
  • 2014 TSA Back to School Bash

    9/5/2014 Veterans and Eastwood Softball Complexes Youth Fast Pitch Tournament 662-841-6440 http://www.tupeloms.gov/parkandrec/about/softball/tournaments/
  • Tupelo Concert Association - The Once

    9/23/2014 7:00 p.m. Tupelo Civic Auditorium - Varsity Drive Named for a unique Newfoundland phrase that means "imminently", now is indeed the time for The Once. From their beginnings as three actors who also loved to sing together, The Once has embraced a different vision of Newfoundland music. There sounds do not come from the noisy pubs and dockside taverns that fuel so much of the island's energy. Instead, their music comes from a quieter and more thoughtful place. Hope and tragedy are intertwined in their music, whether they are singing an old lament from World War I, original songs that speak of love defeated, or tasteful songs from the artists whose music inspires them. 662-372-2222
  • 2014 TSA Fall Frenzy

    9/27/2014 Veterans and Eastwood Softball Complexes Youth Fast Pitch Tournament 662-841-6440 http://www.tupeloms.gov/parkandrec/about/softball/tournaments/
  • Tupelo Concert Association - SAXsational

    11/3/2014 7:00 p.m. Tupelo Civic Auditorium - Varsity Drive One of the most beloved instruments in American culture takes center stage! Rob Verdi ("Side Street Strutters") shares his rare and unusual instrument collection, along with five decades of songs and artists that have shaped the saxophone. Accompanied by local band or ensemble insures superior community engagement. 662-372-2222
  • Tupelo Concert Association - Jason Coleman

    2/19/2015 7:00 p.m. Tupelo Civic Auditorium - Varsity Drive Jason Coleman has been blessed with tremendous talent inherited from his grandfather, the legendary keyboardist Floyd Cramer. He has matured into an uncanny reflection of his famous granddaddy and now his current concert tour, Legacy of Floyd Cramer, is bring a heartfelt new life to Cramer's beloved music. 662-372-2222
  • Tupelo Concert Association - Brian Roman

    3/24/2015 7:00 p.m. Tupelo Civic Auditorium - Varsity Drive Gifted performer delivers compelling musical styling of classic tunes. Inspiring story of pursuing dreams and achieving fulfillment. Silver screen good looks and "feel good" audience appeal. Brian's debut album "Dreamer" is set for release in 20113. It features collaborations with illustrious songwriters Marc Jordan, Jody Raffoul and John Capek; in addition to acclaimed musicians Oscar Lopez, George Koller, and Pavlo. Brian Roman's album "Dreamer" is the long anticipated answer for a brave man who had the courage to ask "What if?" 662-372-2222