Exciting news for Elvis fans coming to Memphis this weekend! Hard Rock Cafe Memphis has a new home on Beale Street and we've got a sneak peek on our Instagram page. Fans can also watch this new video (below) from WREG.com, where Memphis historian Jeff Nolan shows off the new location.
Combining Memphis music history, Hard Rock Cafe has officially moved from 315 Beale Street to the old Lansky Brothers Building on 126 Beale Street. Decked out in Elvis swag, the new night club/restaurant features rare artifacts once worn by Elvis Presley, along with art and memorabilia.
Fans will have the opportunity to see the new location during this weekend's 60 Years of Rock 'n' Roll Celebration. The Hard Rock Cafe Memphis will host public memorabilia tours throughout the day on July 5. Following the Levitt Shell concert event on the evening of July 5, Hard Rock warmly welcomes concert-goers to grab a drink after the show, with drink specials to celebrate this historic day.
See more photos of Hard Rock Memphis' new location by following @VisitGraceland on Instagram