Little Rock fall performance schedule

Event Schedule by Pete Tubbs, Editor in Chief

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Little Rock has long since been a hub for great musical talents to come and put on great shows. In the coming months, there’s an over-abundance of show stopping acts coming to the Rock. 

On Oct. 25, Judah and the Lion will rock the Clear Channel Metroplex Event center starting at 8 p.m.. The famed Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie will be bringing down the house at the Robinson Performance Hall on that same night at the same time. 

Cirque du Soleil Crystal has an extended stay planned for Verizon Arena from Oct. 27 – 29 which will feature four performances. The Arkansas Black Hall of Fame 25th Anniversary Celebration Show is scheduled for Sat. Oct. 28 at 7:30 p.m.. 

Aaron Lewis and Blackberry Smoke, whom are currently on their Sinners and Sanctified tour will stop by Verizon on Nov. 2, and the very next day the christian sensation Casting Crowns will grace the same stage. If you have a youngin’ at home, he or she’d probably love to go see PJ Mask Live in their Time to Be a Hero performance at Robinson Performance Hall on Nov. 6. 

Garrison Keillor will be at the Robinson on Nov. 6 as well, his show begins at 7:00 p.m.. If you’re looking for some down home southern music, the country superstar Chris Stapelton will bring his rugged voice and gigantic beard to Verizon Arena on Nov. 16. 

The Food Network star Alton Brown will appear live at the Robinson on Nov. 18 with his Eat Your Science tour. A holiday performance of Cirque Dreams will come to the Robinson on Nov. 22 to get you in the Christams mood. If you want a bit of drama to go with your turkey this November, Les Miserables is coming to the Robinson and will be there from Nov. 29 to Dec. 3. 

Get your face rocked off with Seether when they come to the Clear Channel Metroplex on Dec. 6. If you want to cool down a bit after Seether, head over to the Robinson on Dec. 8 and see the Ballet Arkansas performance of The Nutcracker, it will run until Dec. 14. 

Two other childrens offerings come in the form of Sesame Street Live at Verizon Arena on Dec. 14 and Dinosaur Time Trek, which will run nine times on Dec. 16. 

So whether you’re into rock, drama, or ballet, Little Rock’s got you covered this fall when it comes to entertainment.