Friday-Sunday To-Do: Holiday Hang Out | Rock Candy

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Friday-Sunday To-Do: Holiday Hang Out

Posted By on Thu, Dec 5, 2013 at 8:53 PM

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8 p.m. White Water Tavern. $60 (full pass).

As far as pure, unbridled, weekend-long rock 'n' roll bacchanalia goes, you'd be hard-pressed to top the annual Holiday Hang Out, organized by the good folks of Last Chance Records, Tree of Knowledge and White Water Tavern.

This year they've got this thing busting at the seams with upwards of a baker's dozen of some of the finest Americana performers around, an excellent mix of locals and out-of-towners that includes Bonnie Montgomery, Slobberbone, Glossary, Two Cow Garage, Red Collar, Mulehead, JKutchma, Kevin Kerby, John Moreland, John Paul Keith, Isaac Alexander, Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires, Adam Faucett and Ben Nichols.

All of those folks will perform over the course of three days at White Water (plus a special in-store performance at Arkansas Record & CD Exchange at 3 p.m. Saturday). There'll be two nights of Jameson-and-PBR-fueled high-jinks followed by Breakfast, Books & Booze on Sunday, which will allow you intrepid partiers to land softly with the help of eggs, Bloody Marys and some fine literature, all accompanied by some acoustic tunes.

You might should've already got your pass to this, but there could still be a few tickets available. Check here to find out.



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