During the course of the three-day Thunder on the Mountain country music festival, I took about 1,000 photos. Obviously, not every one of them can be used. We already shared several photos via our Thursday (June 6), Friday (June 7) and Saturday (June 8) analysis of the shows. But there were several good photos left over, and they follow belowView Post
A statue made of broken tent and canopy pieces — and dedicated to Toby Keith — was constructed after storms destroyed many Wakarusa camper’s equipment. In this morning’s What’s Up! section, I recap the Wakarusa festival that was. Which means I focused on the weather, from the rain to the mud that resultedView Post concert reminders, country, focused-on-the, from-the-rain, industry, listen, media, music industry news, ticket updates, wakarusa
Click here to view the embedded video. I suspect there will be plenty of “Red Solo Cup”s at the Thunder on the Mountain Music Festival, which will be headlined by Toby Keith. In case you’ve missed it (which means you haven’t been reading this blog frequently enough), Northwest Arkansas will soon be host to a major country music festival.View Post arkansas, festival, industry, major, mulberry, mulberry mountain, music industry news, music-industry, northwest, northwest-arkansas, nwa music news, ticket updates
Just a friendly reminder that tickets to the annual Wakarusa festival, which this year will be celebrating its 10th anniversary, went on sale just a moment ago at 10 a.m. today (Nov. 9). The festival, by the way, takes place May 30 through June 2 on Mulberry Mountain near Ozark At their introductory price, four-day passes are $139 or $659 for a VIP option.View Post concert, festival, mulberry, music, music industry news, music-industry, nownovember, ticket updates, wakarusa, year
Just a friendly reminder that tickets to the annual Wakarusa festival, which this year will be celebrating its 10th anniversary, went on sale just a moment ago at 10 a.m. today (Nov.View Post concert, industry, kinder, kindertags, mulberry, music-industry, music-news, nwa music news, ticket updates, wakarusa
Oak Ridge Boys Awards handed to the Oak Ridge Boys during their long, steady career include a Grammy, a Dove, a CMA and and ACM. The gospel/country act will perform in the area on Oct. 13, it was recently announced. The quartet will visit the John GView Post acm, area, cma, concert, concert announcements, i'll fly away anniversary, i'll fly away foundation, music industry news, ridge-boys, ticket updates
Click here to view the embedded video. Here’s a new song from Wilco. The song is called “I Might.” You might be able to get tickets for the band’s show, and an appearance by Cake, later today.View Post a-ticket-sale-reminder, amp tickets, arkansas-music, cake-tickets, industry, nwa music news, ticket updates, walton, walton-arts, wilco tickets
Big Gigantic plays “Beginning of the End” at a New Year’s Eve show. Speaking of beginning, the band will be opening the Arkansas Music Pavilion season in April.
A few days ago, we told you that the Arkansas Music Pavilion is moving to the Washington County Fairgrounds from its many-year home at the Northwest Arkansas Mall.
At the same time, we announced one of the bands who will perform at the AMP — Big Gigantic on April 21.
Venue owner Walton Arts Center announced late yesterday more details about the show, including ticket prices. Tickets for the show will be $22 in advance or $27 on the day of the show and are available through the WAC’s box office at 443-5600 or online. Tickets go on sale at 9 a.m. Friday (Feb. 10).
Doors open at 7 p.m. Music will start about 9 p.m.View Post arkansas, bands, big gigantic, concert reminders, electronica, gigantic, king, music industry news, ticket updates, tickets