Drew Hutson Rogers at 'Weekend Starts'

Drew Hutson Rogers
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Drew Hutson Rogers

The first season of the Weekend Starts free outdoor music series continues from 5-7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 29, with Drew Hutson Rogers featuring Drew Rogers (guitar and vocals), Matt Nelson (keys), Cyrus Demby (bass) and Chris Peters (drums). The concert is at the Lower Ramble, across West Avenue from the Fayetteville Public Library. Weekend Starts is a collaboration between the City of Fayetteville and the U of A Department of Music.

The Ramble is the newest part of the growing Fayetteville arts corridor. There is convenient parking in any of the Fayetteville Public Library's lots. Feel free to bring a picnic blanket or lawn chairs. The concert will be on the Gregg Avenue side of The Ramble. 

In the event of inclement weather, updates regarding cancellations or rescheduling will be provided on the city website. We encourage attendees to check for updates before heading to the event. For more information, go to Fayetteville Arts and Culture.


Alan Gosman, interim chair
Department of Music
479-575-5764, agosman@uark.edu


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