The name Minglewood Hall comes from a Tennessee blues song written in the 1920s, featuring the lyrics, #28;You ever go down to Memphis, stop by Minglewood.#29; #28;Minglewood Blues#29; was recorded by the Noah Lewis Jug Band in 1930 and was later covered by the Grateful Dead. Minglewood Hall hosts all genres of music acts and has lately hosted artists such as Saliva, Lucinda Williams, Sister Hazel, Eric Church, Umphrey#25;s Mcgee and more.
Minglewood Hall is Memphis#25; premier venue for everything related to music. The box office is open Monday thru Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on event days four hours prior to show time. The entrance to the box office is located on the Willet side of the venue. Outside food or beverages, recording devices, coolers, firearms, laser pointers, musical instruments, weapons and umbrellas are all prohibited from the venue, and slam dancing, mosh pits and crowd surfing are all also banned, as is re-entry.