The monthly South Main Trolley Tour is tonight, and the Memphis Music Foundation is taking advantage of the foot traffic to celebrate the one-year anniversary of its Memphis Music Resource Center with an open-house "birthday party" from 6 to 9 p.m.
Visitors can catch some modern Memphis music as well as take a look at the center, a free information center and workspace available to local musicians and others involved in the music industry. There will be two performance spaces set up for the night with confirmed acts Black Rock Revival, Sore Eyes, Teflon Don & Young Producer Kriss, Good Luck Dark Star (pictured), Queens of Zion, and Battle Victorious.
Though not music-related, another "Trolley Night" event you might want to take note of is the debut of the trailer for the local feature film Daylight Fades. A vampire-themed film from Old School Pictures and director Brad Ellis (who are two-time Indie Memphis winners for "best local feature," most recently for Act One), Daylight Fades is an unusually ambitious local production, and the clips look great. You can see the trailer at 506 S. Main, where it will debut at 7 p.m. and be shown on a loop until 9 p.m.