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Alabama Shakes to Fayetteville's Arkansas Music Pavilion Sept. 6

Posted By on Sat, Jun 22, 2013 at 11:54 AM

Alabama Shakes will perform at the Arkansas Music Pavilion on Sept. 6.
  • Alabama Shakes will perform at the Arkansas Music Pavilion on Sept. 6.

The Walton Arts Center's Arkansas Music Pavilion will host the hotter'n-a-two-dollar-pistol Alabama Shakes on Sept. 6. The young band shot to near-instant popularity long about last year, gaining a substantial buzz even before the actual release of their full-length debut, "Boys & Girls."

It's a safe bet that this concert, like many of the band's other dates, will sell out and sell out quickly. Tickets are $39 in advance or $41 on the day of (though it's unlikely there will be any left come Sept. 6. They go on sale at 9 a.m., Friday June 28, and you can get them here or by calling 479-443-5600.

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