Million Dollar Quartet
Playing February 14-19, 2012
On December 4, 1956, four young musicians happened in at 706 Union in Memphis, Tennessee and history was made. Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis were at the start of their careers when they met at Sun Records that fateful night for one of the greatest jam sessions ever. "Million Dollar Quartet" takes you inside that historic studio on that legendary night. Your toes will be tapping all the way home.
See Memphis is offering a variety of packages for groups of 10 or more during this limited February 14-19 run.
With our lunch and matinee package, you'll enjoy lunch on historic Beale Street, then stroll the Blues Walk of Fame past B.B. King's Blues Club and Elvis Presley Plaza to the Orpheum.
Our dinner and evening show package includes dinner at the Majestic Grille. A favorite with both locals and tourists, it's located in an old movie theatre on Main Street, just a few blocks from where Dewey Phillips spun his magic (and Elvis Presley's first record) on WHBQ's 'Red, Hot and Blue.'
Meal & Show Package
King's Palace lunch & Sat/Sun Matinee
Majestic Dinner & Tuesday Evening Show
Majestic Dinner & Wed/Thu/Sun Evening Show
Majestic Dinner & Fri/Sat Evening Show
Note: 10-passenger minimums for meal & show
Those choosing our hotel package will overnight at the Springhill Suites on Court Square and have a City Tour of Memphis that will include a nostalgic look at some of the sites that influenced the music of the Million Dollar Quartet. The tour includes admission to Sun Studio, where that famous recording session took place. You can even sing into the same microphone that Elvis used! Rates include one night accommodations with breakfast, baggage handling and all hotel taxes, show tickets, dinner at the Majestic Grile, and a 3-hour city tour with admission to Sun Studio.
* prices based on 30-person minimum
** one comp included
*** transportation not included