Thursday, January 31, 2013

Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase Round 2 is tonight at Stickyz

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Round 2 of the Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase is tonight at Stickyz pic
  • Round 2 of the Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase is tonight at Stickyz.

The 2013 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase juggernaut continues, with Round 2 tonight at Stickyz, 9:30 p.m., $5 for 21 and older, $10 for 20 and younger.

We've got a great lineup, with The Bad Years, Stephen Neeper Band and Flint Eastwood.

One thing to note: Fayetteville's Tom & Hebron will not be playing tonight, as they came down with the flu this week and are under doctor's orders to take 'er easy. We'll reschedule them for a later round.

Don't forget, we'll be doing giveaways for those in the audience, and you can enter to win passes to some killer upcoming summer music festivals. We'll be drawing names for several pairs of passes to Wakarusa (May 30-June 2), Thunder on the Mountain (June 6-8) and Bonnaroo (June 13-16 in Manchester, Tenn.).

You can enter the drawing for each festival once at every round of the showcase, including the March 1 finals at Revolution, which is where we'll draw the winning names. You must be present to win.

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