Deadline extended for 2018 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase | Rock Candy

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Deadline extended for 2018 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase

Posted By on Wed, Jan 3, 2018 at 11:18 AM

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The Arkansas Times has extended the deadline for submissions for the 2018 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase to January 15. Original material in any musical style is welcome.

Finalists will be asked to perform in one of four semifinal rounds, to take place at Stickyz Rock ’n’ Roll Chicken Shack each Thursday night in February. Winners from each round will compete for a robust prize package in the final round at Revolution Taco & Tequila Lounge on Friday, March 9.

Send streaming links (Bandcamp, Youtube, Soundcloud, Facebook, etc.) of your band performing to showcase@arktimes.com and include band name, hometown, date the band was formed, age range of members (all ages are welcome) and a contact person’s name, email address and phone number.



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