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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Best Coast and Ghostland Observatory are playing Hendrix Friday

Posted By on Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 9:31 AM

Best Coast plays Hendrix Friday.
  • Best Coast plays Hendrix Friday.

Are you a fan of Best Coast and/or Ghostland Observatory? Do you live in central Arkansas? Do you enjoy live concerts in a smoke- and alcohol-free environment?

Well then you just might be in luck. Both bands are playing at Hendrix College this Friday. Normally with these upper-tier Hendrix shows — e.g., recent performances by Deerhunter, Big Boi, Clipse, Spoon, Girl Talk, Cool Kids, Of Montreal and so forth — you have to be a student or a friend of a student to get in. But this time, they're making a very limited number of tickets available to outsiders.

They're $20 each, and you'll need to e-mail to see about reserving one.

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