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10 #MyTupelo Photos We Loved in June


1. @rdariousedwards_1k (R’Darious Edwards)

young men eating snow cones in park

Doesn’t get much better than summer days hanging out in Ballard Park with some good friends and a shave ice.

2. @justintaylor_official (Justin Taylor) nautical whimsey alley at night

The Nautical Whimsey alley always provides a great view to the courthouse at night.

3. @mississippiinHDR

long empty road in mississippi

MississippiinHDR is always out there taking amazing photos of our state. You should follow him here!

4. @sunheraldbiloxi

zoo worker holding a tiger cub

The Tupelo Buffalo Park and Zoo welcomed two new tiger cubs into the world this past month. Here’s one giving a growl.

5. @tupeloelvisfest

man singing and playing the keyboard in front of audience

J Roddy Walston & The Business rocked Tupelo during the Tupelo Elvis Festival!

6. @tupelohardware (Tupelo Hardware Co.)

twenty people dressed as elvis

Ever wonder what almost 20 Elvi singing with a 13-year-old Elvis inside Tupelo Hardware Company would look like? Well, probably a lot like this.

7. @thejakelyle (Jake Lyle)

truck with horse and carriage mural on its side

The Bandit Run was eastbound and down through Tupelo in late June. Jake was able to capture all of the Trans-Am-filled glory.

8. @mr.elrod

kayaker fishing in lake

Summer is for fishing. Elvis Presley lake helps make that happen.

9. @TawnyiHeart (Tawny, KZ103)

music concert with large crowd and confetti

Three words: Don’t. Stop. Believin’!

10. @TunicaBlues

elvis presley and the blues historical sign

While the Delta will always be the home of the blues, Tupelo finds itself on the Mississippi Blues Trail as well. Tunica’s tourism office stopped by the Elvis Presley Birthplace and got a shot of the marker!