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Friday, February 24, 2012

Tonight: Round 5 of the Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase

Posted By on Fri, Feb 24, 2012 at 2:34 PM

The Times will give away three pairs of passes to Bonnaroo at the March 2 showcase finals.
  • The Times will give away three pairs of passes to Bonnaroo at the March 2 showcase finals.

Tonight is Round 5 of the 2012 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase. Round 5!

Who will be the last band to make it into the finals alongside The Holy Shakes, Don't Stop Please, War Chief and Joey Farr & The Fuggins Wheat Band? Will it be Trasspassers? Will Laundry for the Apocalypse take it? Or will it be Ben Franks & The Bible Belt Boys? Or Jab Jab Suckerpunch?

Also, tonight affords showcase-goers another chance to win one of three pairs of passes to Bonnaroo. You can enter tonight and once more at the March 2 finals, when we'll hold the drawing for the passes. You must be present at the finals to claim the passes.

Tonight's showcase starts at 9:30 p.m. at Stickyz, $5 for 21 and older, $8 for ages 18-20.

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