Peabody RiverTop Parties are just 'round the corner | Rock Candy

Thursday, April 13, 2006

Peabody RiverTop Parties are just 'round the corner

Posted on Thu, Apr 13, 2006 at 11:43 AM

We were reminded this morning that the Little Rock party and music scene is going to get a boost starting May 5 when the Peabody Hotel's RiverTop Party returns. Parties and music every Friday night through the summer, and the way we recall it last year, it's where the pretty people were turning out en masse.

The Venus Mission, the fun bouffant-coiffed retro party band out of Memphis, will be performing May 5, and Saving Jane will also be on hand to perform a few songs, too.

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