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Thursday, June 28, 2012

Pretty Lights to Riverfest Amphitheater

Posted By on Thu, Jun 28, 2012 at 9:51 AM

Pretty Lights returns to Verizon Arena this fall.
  • Pretty Lights returns to Verizon Arena this fall.

DJ Derek Vincent Smith, a.k.a. Pretty Lights, returns to Little Rock this fall for a show at Verizon Arena Riverfest Amphitheater on Sept. 26.

That's almost exactly a year after he was last in Central Arkansas. Smith told the Times last fall that "people in the South love to get down and have a good time, and the fact that it's a Halloween party and I'm dropping some new music — well, Arkansas always puts it down for me."

So this year's show won't exactly line up with Halloween, but I bet Arkansas will put it down for Pretty Lights regardless.

Tickets go on sale tomorrow morning at 10 a.m. The first 1,000 are $36.50, the next 1,000 are $41.50 and after that, they're $43.50. Also advertised: no additional Ticketmaster fees.

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