1. Mighty Sound of the South Pep Band
The official pep band of the Memphis Tigers provides fans with great entertainment during the game and they help keep spirits high even when things aren’t going the Tigers way. The Mighty Sound of the South gives the experience of attending a Memphis game an authentic college feel and make the trip to Memphis well worth your time.
2. Memphis-Louisville Rivalry
Memphis and Louisville have an intense rivalry that spans multiple sports. The rivalry has spanned across four conferences and always produces heated matchups regardless of where the two teams are in the standings. Make sure to get your tickets when the Cardinals come to town as you wouldn’t want to miss it.
3. Memphis Music Mural
As you walk along the concourse, look up and take in the impressive mural that pays tribute to some of the best artists to have called Memphis home. The music mural is a cool feature that lets you get a feel not only for the team but the city of Memphis itself.
4. Beale Street
FedExForum is located right on Memphis’s famous Beale Street meaning you’ll be right in the heart of the action during your visit. Beale Street has tons of blues clubs and restaurants, so you’ll find plenty to do before and after the game.
Memphis’s live bengal tiger mascot, TOM, may not make appearances at basketball games. However, the school’s costumed mascot Pouncer is still a lot of fun and something you won’t want to miss. Keep your eyes open for Pouncer as you never know what kind of shenanigans he’ll get into next.
6. FedEx Zone
The FedEx Zone is the perfect place to catch up on the action going on around sports. Inside the FedEx Zone, you’ll find large HD TVs showing a bunch other major televised sporting events going on.
7. Stadium Restaurants
Inside FedExForum you’ll find several restaurants that serve a variety of delicious food including The Draft Room and Horseshoe Club. No matter what you’re in the mood for you’ll more than likely be able to find it at FedExForum.
8. Memphis-Cincinnati Rivalry
The Memphis-Cincinnati rivalry dates back to the early 1990s when both schools were members of the Great Midwest Conference. The rivalry has recently been re-ignited with both schools joining the American Athletic Conference, so don’t miss it when the Tigers square off with the Bearcats.