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Sunday, October 29, 2017

Lights out in North Little Rock; affects Verizon show

Posted By on Sun, Oct 29, 2017 at 7:46 AM


Twitter posts indicate North Little Rock had a downtown power outage last night and it apparently interrupted a Verizon Arena show, Cirque du Soleil Crystal. No official posts from the arena, but NLR police posted the note above on Twitter.

Photographs posted on KARK's Twitter account showed the arena illuminated by emergency lighting and an empty ice skating surface. Anybody there?

click to enlarge TWTTER @ELLEAREE VIA MITCH MCCOY
  • Twtter @ellearee via Mitch McCoy

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