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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Wilco to Fayetteville's AMP

Posted By on Tue, Feb 21, 2012 at 5:37 PM

Wilco is scheduled to play the AMP in Fayetteville May 10.
  • Wilco is scheduled to play the AMP in Fayetteville May 10.

Guess who's coming to play in Fayetteville? OK, without looking at the headline. Or the photo cutline. Give up? Ha! Gotcha! It's Wilco!

The Fayetteville Flyer reports that the Americana band will play May 10 at the Arkansas Music Pavilion and that the tickets are $44. They go on sale tomorrow on Wilco's website and Friday at the Walton Arts Center's website.

Now, I know this is probably exciting news for a lot of you out there and that it's still a few months away, but please: whatever you do, don't talk during the concert! Because you'll make Tweedy angry. Or, maybe not angry really, but like kinda irritated, kinda TO'd. He might even admonish you using sarcasm:

Other upcoming AMP concerts include: Cake on April 19; Big Gigantic on April 21; and Five Finger Death Punch on May 8.

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