Thursday, October 3, 2013

Friday and Saturday To-Do: Hot Water Hills

Posted By on Thu, Oct 3, 2013 at 9:51 PM

The Memphis Dawls play at the Hot Water Hills Music and Arts Festival Friday night.
  • The Memphis Dawls play at the Hot Water Hills Music and Arts Festival Friday night.


HOT WATER HILLS FESTIVAL
Hill Wheatley Plaza. $5, free for ages 11 and younger.


Low Key Arts' annual Hot Water Hills Music and Arts Festival is going to be a for-sure good time for anyone who digs having fun and enjoying music and activities in a family-friendly atmosphere.

There's gonna be a raft of great live music, including the Memphis Dawls, Adam Faucett and The Tall Grass, Telegraph Canyon, Brian Martin, Kentucky Knife Fight, A.J. Gaither, The Jamaican Queens and the Arkansas School for Math, Sciences and the Arts' Folk Music Ensemble.

With an array that diverse, it's guaranteed you'll hear something that will tickle your fancy.

But that's not all! There will also be a Retro Rummage Sale (like, real-deal 1983-and-earlier vintage stuff, so butt out, 1984-2013 stuff!). There will be an artists' market, kids' activity tent, a teepee village and other artist-created experiences and The Cardboard City contest (with cash prizes of $400 and $100). And, of course, there will also be refreshments on hand, with beer, Grapette, tacos and sandwiches available for purchase.

Bring lawn chairs and good vibes; don't bring outside food or drinks or bad vibes. The event starts at 4 p.m. Friday and at noon Saturday. Here's the schedule.

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