Widespread Panic. All photos by KEVIN KINDER, NWA Media. Around noon yesterday (June 1), the skies above the ongoing Wakarusa festival didn’t exactly part, but they did stop their deluge.View Post
Click here to view the embedded video. A lineup teaser from Wakarusa… As the Internet grows ever quicker courtesy of social media and ever needier courtesy of the same, lineup leaks are common. Except, the folks at Pipeline Publicity, organizers of Wakarusa (and other festivals) have been pretty quiet about the coming year’s Wakarusa festival, which will take place May 30 through June 2 on Mulberry Mountain north of OzarkView Post first, industry, internet, king, machine, mulberry mountain, music industry news, social, three, wakarusa, wakarusa lineup 2013, wakarusa lineup leaks
I’ve traveled many miles to watch Wilco perform. They’re coming to Northwest Arkansas this time around. Here’s a song about faraway places — “Impossible Germany.”
Update as of 1:50 p.m. Feb. 21: Walton Arts Center has confirmed the date. Tickets go on sale at noon Friday (Feb. 24) through the WAC box office and will be $44.
Well-traveled — and well-liked — rock band Wilco will return to Northwest Arkansas for their first concert here since 2006, the Internet tells us.
Wilco was born from the ashes of alternative country band Uncle Tupelo, and the new band’s first recordings followed suit. In recent years, however, Wilco has evolved into more of a progressive rock sound.
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Ticket details have not been released, and the show has not been officially confirmed. When we hear more, we’ll update you.