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The Elysian Fields, also called Elysium, is the final resting place of the souls of the heroic and the virtuous in Greek mythology and religion.
Elysian Fields may also refer to:
- Elysian Fields, Hoboken, New Jersey, site of the first organized baseball game
- Elysian Fields, Mississippi
- Elysian Fields, Texas
- Avenue of the Elysian Fields, Champs-Élysées, major thoroughfare in Paris
- Elysian Fields Avenue, New Orleans, a setting and a symbolic element in A Streetcar Named Desire
- Elysian Fields, California
Art, entertainment and media
- Beyond Elysian Fields (2004), an album by Hugh Cornwell (formerly the Stranglers)
- "Elysian Fields", a song by the band Megadeth, from Youthanasia
- "Elysian Fields", a song by Andy Moor and Carrie Skipper
- "Elysian Fields", a song by Suicideboys
- Elysian Fields, an American art rock band
- Elysian Fields, a music festival held the first weekend of August in Boyce, Virginia
Other art, entertainment and media
- Elysian Fields, the destination of Blanche Dubois in the 1947 play A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams
- Elysian Fields, a fictitious secret society in the television series House of Cards
- Elysian Fields Quarterly, a periodical
- The Man from Elysian Fields (2001), a movie starring Andy Garcia
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