A&E News, Jan. 28. 

George Strait, who owns the Verizon/Alltel attendance record (17,811), is returning to the arena with Reba McEntire and Lee Ann Womack in tow on Saturday, March 6. Tickets, which range from $81.25 or $91.25, go on sale on Saturday, Jan. 30, at 10 a.m. via the Verizon box office and all Ticketmaster outlets.

Valley of the Vapors, the Hot Springs indie music festival, has announced its initial roster. Lucero kicks the event off with a performance on Wednesday, March 17. The festival continues through March 21, with bands like Heat Machine, Mountain Sprout, The Name and Red Pony Clock performing. Advance tickets are on sale via valleyofthevapors.com.

There's a big benefit for Haiti planned for Friday, February 5, at the Statehouse Convention Center. At press time details were still being confirmed, but tentatively, the line-up includes The Rockets, The GroanUps, Tragikly White, First Impressions and Crisis. The event will include an art auction as well. Advance $25 tickets, all of which goes to the Clinton Bush Haiti Relief Fund, are available via arkansans4haitirelief.com.

Last week on “American Idol,” Charity Vance, a 16-year-old Arkansas Baptist High School student and vet of the Rep's Summer Musical Theater Intensive, made it to the Hollywood round, got a “pimp” promotional spot from producers and heard only praises from the judges, including “on a record you'd sound great,” from Simon Cowell. You can see her screen time on Rock Candy.


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