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Monday, July 15, 2013

Recent Arkansas Music Pavilion additions: Lynyrd Skynyrd, Easton Corbin

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Easton Corbin will perform at the Arkansas Music Pavilion Aug. 17.
  • Easton Corbin will perform at the Arkansas Music Pavilion Aug. 17.


The Walton Arts Center's Arkansas Music Pavilion continues to fill out its 2013 season (the final season that the venue will be located in Fayetteville) with two recent concert announcements.

Nashville up-and-comer Easton Corbin will bring his always tasteful brand of pop country to the outdoor venue on Aug. 17, with opener Tyler Farr in tow. Tickets for that show range from $27-$102 and are supposed to go on sale today (though I can't seem to find them on the website at the moment).

Also announced: the seemingly inescapable Lynyrd Skynyrd, who'll swing through on Sept. 12 with openers Blackberry Smoke. Tickets to that one are gonna run you $35-$102.

Purchase tickets online right here or call 479-443-5600.




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