The 2013 Arkansas Cornbread Festival will be Saturday, Nov. 2 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Music, enticing aromas and the promise of family fun has drawn more than 3,000 people to downtown Little Rock for the first two Arkansas Cornbread Festivals. This year’s promises to be bigger and better. Cornbread and side dish entries are judged by everyone attending the festival as well as a panel of celebrity judges. Along South Main, vendors display and sell Arkansas art, handmade crafts, clothes, jewelry, home furnishings, locally produced food and gifts of all sorts. Live music and a lively kids’ play area, plus other fun activities, round out the day. And we might even have some surprises in store. (Hint: Who likes to dress up their dogs or don costumes themselves?)
Plans for the 3rd Main Street Food Truck Festival in downtown Little Rock are underway! The best in street eats, music, Etsy craft, Heifer family actitvities, street performers (new!) and more! One change to this year's events...no food tickets will be sold...purchase directly from the food truck and Etsy vendors! Want to get involved? Contact the Downtown Little Rock Partnership Event Director, Chellie Castellanos email@example.com or call 501.375.0121. For media information contact Becky Falkowski, firstname.lastname@example.org. More details coming soon!
Monkhouse @ Stickyz
Todd Snider Live @ Juanita's with Amanda Shires & Mark Currey and Nathaniel Greer (Monkhouse)
Sounds Like: Buddy Miller, Allman Brothers Band, Steve Earle, Levon Helm, Kris Kristofferson
a new monkhouse "convert" recently described the band as... "some swamp boogie, a train beat, and a little jesus thrown in too..."
Monkhouse draws from a deep well of americana musical styles. Country Blues, rock, gospel, and traditional roots music all combine to form a hearty mix of southern ...See Full Bio