Roundhouse Revival, a free, family friendly previtalizing event aimed at celebrating the Mid-South Coliseum with music, wrestling and basketball and gathering reuse ideas from the public, is set for 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. May 23 outside the Coliseum, 996 Early Maxwell Blvd.
Jerry “the King” Lawler and “Superstar” Bill Dundee will face the Coliseum Crushers in the day’s main event. The match will also feature longtime referee Jerry Calhoun.
The event is free and open to the public but donations will be accepted. Roundhouse Revival T-shirts will be on sale with all proceeds going to offset event costs. Food trucks, local beer, plus a variety of other merchandise will be on sale, with a portion of the proceeds going to offset costs.
Roundhouse Revival lineup and set/match times:
10:00 a.m. Triceratops
10:30 a.m. Hanna Star & the Teenage Teenagers
11:00 a.m. Papa Tops West Coast Turnaround
11:30 a.m. Dan the Man
Noon Earl the Pearl
12:30 p.m. Hope Clayburn’s Soul Scrimmage
1 p.m. The Randy Band
1:30 p.m.. River City Tanlines
2 p.m. The Blackberries
2:30 p.m.. Lele B
3 p.m. Iron Mic Coalition
3:30 p.m.. Morris the Funk Master and the Total Package Band
4 p.m. Jerry “the King” Lawler & Bill “Superstar” Dundee vs. the Coliseum Crushers
4:30 p.m.. Sons of Mudboy
5 p.m. Dr. Allen Todd and the New Olivet Sanctuary Choir
In addition to the musical performances and wrestling match, former Memphis Tigers basketball player Detric Golden will host a 3-on-3 basketball tournament and make a special presentation honoring Tigers basketball legend Larry Finch.
Food trucks confirmed for the event include Sushi Jimmi, Southern Dawgs, Delish!, the Confectionery, Kona Ice, the Soul Pig, Warf BBQ and Chris Taylor’s Popsicles. Local beer will be served by the Flying Saucer.
Comedians from Memphis Comedy Fest will host as emcees, and DJ Witness will spin records between performances.
For more information about Roundhouse Revival, visit coliseumcoalition.org or facebook.com/groups/coliseumcoalition.