Top 5 Music Venues To Visit In Arkansas

1. The Rev Room

Revolution Music Room is located in the historic River-Market district of Little Rock, Arkansas. Rev Room caters to a wide variety of music year-round. This venue has been serving the music community since 2006. From locals to top-level national touring artists, your night out here will be one to remember!

2. George’s Majestic Lounge

Established in 1972 and located in Fayetteville, AR, George’s Majestic Lounge features a full bar and frequent performances! This is presumably the oldest and longest-running club and live music venue in Arkansas. Many locals recall social events, dances, and music out on the old patio as far back as the 1930s. Some well-known artists who have graced their stage include Sam Hunt, Eric Church, Florida Georgia Line, Band of Horses and many more!

3. The Hall

Located in Little Rock, AR, The Hall is one of the newest live music & event spaces located on historic West 9th Street in Downtown. This venue has hosted a myriad of concerts across all genres of music as well as private events including weddings, galas, and corporate functions.

4. Jimmy Driftwood Music Barn

This unique music venue is in Mountain View, AR. The Music Barn is for bringing you the best local talent around. Frequent attendees describe this spot as having an amazing atmosphere and describe the staff and crowd to be warm and welcoming. They also have a Folk Hall of Fame!

5. First Security Amphitheater

First Security Amphitheater is located in Little Rock, AR and is Arkansas’s premiere outdoor concert venue. This outdoor stage has an incredible view located right on the Arkansas River and is within one of Little Rock’s largest and most popular public parks.

Conclusion

If you ever find yourself in Arkansas or want to travel somewhere new, keep in mind the music scene in Arkansas when planning. They have so many unique venues across the state that I’m sure you’ll be able to find something you’ll enjoy!

Temple In February

Temple is the unrivaled spot to be on weekends in Denver. The nightclub features state of the art lighting, visuals, sound, and talent. This month at Temple is packed with elite evenings. Keep reading for Party Guru’s guide to the higher dimension of nightlife in February 2022.

February 5: No Mana

Visual and musical artist No Mana has performed at Ultra Miami and EDC Las Vegas. His video game-inspired aesthetic will light up Temple‘s dance floor. If you like deadmau5, you’ll love No Mana’s music under the deadmau5 label.

February 8, 15, 22: Techno Taco Tuesday

Temple offers three techno-focused nights this February. Cera Khin headlines on the 8th. Her music is industrial and hardcore. She emphasizes high energy and dance in her production. Headliners for the 15th and 22nd are yet to be announced.

February 10: Hard Candy Burlesque Show; Tommy Trash

The burlesque show starts at 8pm. Then, Tommy Trash kicks off at 9pm until 2am. His remixes are so good that one earned a Grammy nomination. These “Transform Thursdays” at Temple offer a more relaxed, community-hangout vibe than the usual club atmosphere.

February 11: Denver House Collective; Joel Corry

Every Friday 6pm-10pm at the Mirus Art Bar is Happy Hour! Start your evening with board games, art, and music. Drinks are discounted! February 11th offers a Valentines card-making station. Also, if you stay til 10pm, entry to Temple is free! Later, Joel Corry opens the dance floor. This London-based producer has been playing clubs across Europe for ten years.

February 12: JSTJR

JSTJR is a frontrunner of the zouk bass movement. His experimental EDM emphasizes imagery and emotion. The Saturday show will be energetic!

February 18: Valentino Khan

Valentino Khan incorporates bass, trap, house and more. Join the party from 10pm to 2am!

February 19: Ofenbach

Dance with the Parisian DJ duo! They’ve toured all around the world. Ofenbach makes elite deep house music. They just released their single, “On My Shoulders.”

February 24: Open Art Night; Royalty Premier

Entry is free to Art Night! Live painters and local vendors begin at 7pm. Immerse in creative energy and cocktails. Then, hip-hop royalty begin performing at 10pm. Prince JDC promises a hype and entertaining night.

February 25: Baile de Carnival; Juelz

The 25th at Temple is a Brazilian carnival party! Also, Vancouver producer Juelz performs this night. He fuses hip-hop and electronica.

February 26: DJ Pauly D

Global Dance presents DJ Pauly D! The celebrity DJ has residencies in Las Vegas and Atlantic City. He excels at classic club music. This will be a captivating night.

See a full calendar and purchase tickets here.