708 Desoto Cove
Horn Lake, MS 38637
Phone: (662) 349-2773
Fax: (662) 349-3744
708 Desoto Cove I-55 & SR 302 Goodman Rd., Horn Lake, MS, US, 38637
- Phone: (662) 349-2773
- Fax: (662) 349-3744
This festival includes a carnival, food, games, free pumpkin decorating and exhibits. Farmers have late season vegetables and fall decorative items like corn stalks, pumpkins, hay bales.
With 16 screens, Dolby Digital sound, stadium seating and advance booking facilities, Malco Desoto 16 is one of the best theatres to visit in Memphis. 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.
Southaven Cinema 8 has 8 screens 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.
Seasonal Consignment sale of childrens, maternity and household items.
Landers Center has luxury suites, a convention hall, a theater for the performing arts and a sporting arena - it is not surprising then that its slogan proudly beckons, 'Come experience the difference'. Additionally, it offers parking for up to 3000 cars, and quality sound and lighting facilities, but with all of these services to avail of, you are bound to burn a hole in your pocket for tickets!
Snowden Grove Amphitheater is crowded for most of its shows and programs. It is well-known in Southhaven. Popular bands and musicians have entertained the audiences regularly. Around twelve thousand people can be accommodated in a seating area which extends to the green lawn. Snowden Grove Amphitheater also has good facilities for refreshments and parking. Call ahead to know about the upcoming shows to be staged at amphitheater.
The Shell Entertainment Complex presents really good plays perennially. It simply personifies with great performances combined with equally great acoustics and good usage of light and space. The complex is not just known for its visual arts performances but also for being a architectural beauty. The complex hosts concerts and other cultural events too. As most of the events held here are ticketed make sure to book one for your self.
Winchester Bowl has everything you need for a fun night of bowling. They have great deals on games throughout the week. The bar features happy hour prices every day on items like margaritas and pitchers of beer. There's even an arcade for a different kind of fun in between games. If you're looking for a venue to host a birthday party, Winchester Bowl is a great option.
Billy Hardwick's All Star Lanes is a great destination for an outing with family or friends. Bowl to your heart's content on these pristine lanes. They have a lot options for food and drinks, including a bar. It's the perfect venue for hosting a birthday party or other special occasion. The scores are computerized, so you don't have to worry about keeping track of your progress.
The Abbey on South Cooper Street was where Johnny Cash performed his first public gig. Till today, this intimate concert venue continues with the tradition of exposing the raw and talented musicians to the music-loving people living in and around Memphis. The weekly night concerts, be it of an upcoming local artist or of an indie band on tour, are well-received by the people who turn up in large numbers. However, the limited-capacity venue fits only a few. So make sure you visit the venue before time to avoid disappointment of missing out on the performances of your favorite bands.
A 168-acre space, Mid South Fairgrounds is definitely one of its kind in Memphis. The fairgrounds offers over 135,000 square feet of building area and is home to the largest fair in the county, the Mid-South Fair which attracts swarms of locals. It also houses Mid-South Coliseum, and Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium which has a seating capacity of 62,000 and proudly presents the Memphis Flea Market every third Saturday and Sundays. A destination where boredom will never make its home, come here to find out how Memphis defines fun and frolic. The Mid South Fairgrounds is available for social, cultural and business events.
Liberty Bowl Stadium is a massive football stadium that can seat up to 62,000 spectators. In 1965, the Liberty Bowl College Football Classic shifted from Philadelphia to Memphis, and that is how this stadium got its new name. It has witnessed some of the most remarkable college football games over the years. It also plays host to rock concerts.