MemFIX Cleveland Street was a short-term community driven effort to inject vitality into the Crosstown area by activating the street and showing what is possible in the neighborhood. Photos by Andrew J. Breig and Justin Thompson.

Learn more about the effort and event:

MemFIX: Cleveland Street
Saturday, November 10, 10 am - 10 pm

Free Bike Valet: South of Cleveland Street Flea Market
Car Parking: Lot at Autumn & Claybrook and the surrounding neighborhood

Working with local businesses, residents, and community stakeholders the project will re-think the street, activate vacant shopfronts, and change the character of the two block area along Cleveland from Overton Park to Galloway for one weekend.

Come experience a transformed Cleveland Street this Saturday at Memfix. In addition to a two-block makeover with bike lanes, over 50 pop-up shops, galleries, artist vendors and food trucks, there will be so much to see and do. Drive, walk, or better yet, ride your bike to the Complimentary Bike Valet, just south of our friends at the Cleveland Street Flea Market. The market will be open for business with special vendors outdoors for the day.

So many thanks to all of the planning partners, participating neighborhood businesses and residents, sponsors, and volunteers who are making this effort a reality.

main stage schedule:
10:00 Dianne Price; 11:00 Prosody; 12:00 Ghost Town Blues Band; 1:00 Pezz; 2:00 Skewby; 3:00 Jeff Hulett One-Man Band; 4:00 Chinese Connection Dub;  5:00 Steven Snipes and the Nu Sessions; 6:00 The Shieks; 7:00 Dead Soldiers
7:30 The Princess Bride screening at the Sears Parking Lot (bring chairs and blankets)

satelitte stage schedule:
2:30 Kait Lawson; 3:30 Shekinah Langford; 4:30 Artistik Approach

pop-up performances, art & demos
Overton High Pep Band Parade; Live from Memphis Ink-Off (2:30 at 437 N Cleveland) and the Mobile Music Machine; Victor & The Spoils, Hope Clayburn's Soul Scrimmage, and The Scruffs at Memphis Independent Music Studio at 431 N Cleveland; National Ornamental Metal Museum; Opera Memphis; U-Dig Dance Academy; Adam WarRock at 430 N Cleveland - 8 pm; Hooper Troopers; Amurica Photobooth; The Junkyard Museum; Visible Community Music School; Yvonne Bobo Studio & Sculpture Workshop; The Love Booth; Kerry Crawford: Truth or Dare Machine and more

food and drink
Balewa's Vegan Gourmet, A Square Meal on Wheels, MarksGrill, Stickem Food Truck, Bella Cafe, Central BBQ, Fuel Cafe, Rock N Dough, Sleddogs, Dawg Gone Good Deli, Crepemaker, B&B Turkey Legs, Pig N Out BBQ,  Flying Saucer,
beer tasting with High Cotton Brewing Co. 

youth & play activities
Skate Park, Climbing Tower, Memphis Grizzlies Bounce House, The Junkyard Museum, Giant Jenga, Bocce and more

neighborhood feedback
Revitalize Your Neighborhood Workshop with Rhodes College Urban Studies Department - 2 pm at 430 N Cleveland; Sears Histories interview tent – share your story and/or your thoughts about memfix on camera; activities with Neighborland and more...

Crosstown Arts will be organizing two pop-up exhibitions as a part of the event: Lisa Kereszi at 422 N. Cleveland and the Moving Pictures Project, a collaborative exhibition with the Church Health Center, at 403 N. Cleveland Suite 105.

Special thanks to Brenda Surratt and the Cleveland Street Flea Market