Single-day tickets for Holiday Hang Out on sale now | Rock Candy

Saturday, November 23, 2013

Single-day tickets for Holiday Hang Out on sale now

Posted By on Sat, Nov 23, 2013 at 12:49 PM

It's coming up soon folks: The Last Chance Records/Tree of Knowledge annual Holiday Hang Out, a weekend-long celebration jam-packed with a veritable cornucopia of Americana performers.

Seriously, your cup will runneth over with the likes of Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires, Adam Faucett & The Tall Grass, Mulehead, Glossary, Slobbergone, John Paul Keith, Ben Nichols, JKutchma, John Moreland, Kevin Kerby, Red Collar, Micah Schnabel, Shane Sweeney and more (your cup will likely runneth over with other stuff too, which is OK, but try not to slosh around too much, thank you).

It's all happening at White Water Tavern, Dec. 6-8. Friday and Saturday are gonna be the barnburners, with the Sunday Breakfast, Books & Booze book sale/brunch closing things down and easing your hangover with literature, eggs and Bloody Marys. Arkansas CD & Record Exchange hosts an in-store show at 3 p.m. Saturday (record-shopping helps cure hangovers — it's a scientific fact).

You can get your tickets right here.

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