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Thursday, April 21, 2011

More show announcements from Fayetteville

Posted By on Thu, Apr 21, 2011 at 11:33 AM


Fayetteville's Arkansas Music Pavilion has released the second half of their summer dates:

Rodney Carrington- July 1
The B-52s with Ultra Suede- July 14
Chris Young- July 29
The Charlie Daniels Band- August 2
Candlebox- September 28

Yep. Pretty solid line-up. Should give a lot of people something to do for the night. That's literally the only thing I have to say.

Oh, wait: I'll post this song any chance I can get. It should be the new National Anthem. Anyway—

Previously announced shows include:

Pretty Lights — April 22
Lucinda Williamswith Billy Joe Shaver- May 1
The Band Perry with Sunny Sweeney- May 26
Primus with Mike Dillon's Go Go Jungle- May 27
Rick Springfield — August 7

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