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Riverfest announces 2015 headliners

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Riverfest announced the headliners for its 2015 festival this morning, set to be held May 22-24 in downtown Little Rock. For tickets and more information, check their website

FRIDAY, May 22

Sheryl Crow


The Pretty Reckless

Kris Allen




Kip Moore

Better Than Ezra

Robert Earl Keen

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony

Sister Hazel

SUNDAY, May 24

Girl Talk

Jake Owen

Big K.R.I.T.

Sam Hunt

Galactic ft. Macy Gray

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