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Best Shows Jul 19 - Sep 19

in Little Rock

Come From Away at Robinson Center Performance Hall

Come From Away

Following well-received engagements on Broadway, London's West End and its premiere city Toronto, this hit musical based on true events comes to you on their North American tour! Nominated for 8 Tony Awards and 9 Drama Desk gongs, this is a musical that celebrates human endurance, compassion, and bravery under dreadful circumstances.

Peter Pan at Robinson Center Performance Hall

Peter Pan

Second star on the left and straight on til morning! Prepare to soar with Peter Pan, the musical, based on the magical play by JM Barrie. The story of the boy who never grew up and his wonderful home, Neverland, Peter Pan will always be the ultimate childhood dream! Befriending fairies and battling nefarious pirates, when Peter flies in through Wendy Darling's window, there is no predicting what sort of enchanting adventure is to follow.

GWAR at The Hall

GWAR

Gwar is a heavy metal band formed in Richmond, VA, in 1984. The band is best known for its elaborate science fiction/horror film inspired costumes, obscene lyrics and graphic stage performances, which feature humorous enactments of politically and morally taboo themes. Their grotesque costumes make them easy to identify, and their science-fiction mythology theme only adds to the band portrayal of them being warriors.

Steel Pulse at First Security Amphitheatre

Steel Pulse

Ever since the 1978 release of their politically-charged, landmark debut album Handsworth Revolution, iconic British roots reggae outfit Steel Pulse have shaped the music landscape with a pioneering and innovative spirit. Fusing the well traversed upbeats of reggae with elements of jazz, latin music, dance and R&B, the went on to become the first non-Jamaican band to win a Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album.

Chris Stapleton at Simmons Bank Arena

Chris Stapleton

Country crooner Chris Stapleton's legacy reaches far beyond Nashville's city limits. Having penned songs for the likes of Adele, Sheryl Crow, and Alison Krauss, there's a slim chance that you've not heard a tune created by the prolific songwriter. In 2015, the stetson-toting country gentleman stepped from out of the shadows with Traveller. In 2017 he released From A Room: Volume 1, followed later in the year with Volume 2 . Don't miss Stapleton live as he celebrates his Grammy wins, adding an extensive list of new dates to his All-American Road Show!

Dwight Yoakam at Simmons Bank Arena

Dwight Yoakam

The young whippersnappers of modern Country owe a lot to Dwight Yoakam. Once shunned by the Nashville elite, the pioneering singer-songwriter is credited with paving the way for Country music's acceptance in the mainstream. His 'hillbilly honkey tonk' stylings earned him a following of fans that called themselves 'Cow-Punks' in retaliation to the polite Country Pop of the late 70's.

The Head and The Heart at Robinson Center Performance Hall

The Head and The Heart

Indie folk darlings The Head and The Heart are heading out on tour to bless your ears with their plethora of hit tracks and a first listen to some brand new music! Formed in 2009 the six-piece have enjoy a stratospheric rise to stardom. Their 2016 release Signs of Light saw the group hit the top five in the US charts!

Donny Osmond at Robinson Center Performance Hall

Donny Osmond

The Harry Styles of his day, Donny sung himself into the hearts of teenage girls across the globe as a member of The Osmonds. The family band has a huge string of hits throughout the early 1970s with tracks like Crazy Horses and One Bad Apple, but it was clear which member was destined for solo superstardom. Now catch Donny live and solo as he hits the road on a brand new tour!

Three Dog Night at Robinson Center Performance Hall

Three Dog Night

With a music career spanning 4 decades, Three Dog Night have certainly earned the right to be one of America's most iconic bands. With a vast back catalogue of smash hits like "Mama Told Me (Not To Come)", "Joy to the World", "Black and White", "Shambala" and "One" it would be easy for Three Dog Night to rest on this legacy, however, this band is not one for taking a break and are always looking for new ways to increase their audience.

Blue October, Switchfoot, and Matt Nathanson at Simmons Bank Arena

Blue October, Switchfoot, and Matt Nathanson

You've heard of a double headliner, but have you ever heard of a triple headliner? Matt Nathanson, Blue October, and Switchfoot will be hitting the road across the United States on the Help From My Friends tour this summer. In another touring first, the bands will switch up the running order each night, so no show will be the same. Set to be an unforgettable night like no other, get your tickets now!

Turnpike Troubadours at First Security Amphitheatre

Turnpike Troubadours

Hailing from Oklahoma, Turnpike Troubadours are Red Dirt music's brightest name. In a Country world increasingly ruled by Bro boys and shiny Spring Break anthems, the Troubadours bring the genre right back to its roots - finely wrought vignettes of love and loss. Not many other bands could pull of a track like 'The Bird Hunters' for instance, a wonderful portrait of a man looking back over his failed marriage while out hunting with his childhood buddy.

The Avett Brothers at First Security Amphitheatre

The Avett Brothers

The Avett Brothers are a non-traditional bluegrass band that originated in Concord, North Carolina. The two brothers, Seth and Scott, formed the group after the breakup of the former rock band, Nemo, adding a third member, Bob Crawford. Don't miss them live on the road this year as they bring their awesome sound to you!

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