Little Rock

Bon Jovi’s This House Is Not For Sale Tour packs the Verizon Arena in Little Rock

On the evening of March 20th, 2018, Bon Jovi’s This House Is Not For Sale Tour stopped in Little Rock, Ark. to play to an absolutely packed Verizon Arena. Opening the show was local rock act deFrance. Continue Reading

4 weeks ago

Nothing More kicks off tour with a sold out show in Little Rock (with The Contortionist)

The first weekend of February was a great one for Little Rock, Ark.! After the Avenged Sevenfold show on Friday night, Nothing More graced the city with their unbelievable talent Saturday, February 3rd at the Metroplex Live. Joining Nothing More on this tour are KIRRA, Big Story, and The Contortionist, all whom put on incredible live performances. Continue Reading

‘The Stage World Tour’ Hits Little Rock with Bullet For My Valentine, Breaking Benjamin and Avenged Sevenfold

On the evening of February 2nd, 2018, Bullet For My Valentine, Breaking Benjamin, and Avenged Sevenfold performed to a packed Verizon Arena in Little Rock, Ark. Continue Reading

Phantogram take on Little Rock with their highly entertaining show at the Metroplex

Just days after their massive television performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Phantogram visited Little Rock, Ark. for the first time. Continue Reading

1 year ago

Crowbar, GOATWHORE, Lillake, & Hell Camino rock out in Little Rock, AR

What do you get when a metal show is put on in Little Rock, Ark.? Mosh pits, smashed beer bottles, and rowdy metal-heads. Continue Reading

1 year ago

Interview: Sebastian Danzig of Palaye Royale on touring, his favorite music and his mom

Palaye Royale are currently on tour with Metro Station, and in addition to attending their show in Little Rock and talking with Mason Musso, we chatted with Sebastian Danzig of Palaye Royale. He shares his favorite album of the year, the benefits of Warped Tour, and answers Instagram questions from fans. Continue Reading

1 year ago

A Night of Hard Rock with Devour The Day and Sick Puppies at the Metroplex

On October 24, Little Rock was treated to a real rock show. Opening the show was Devour The Day, led by Little Rock’s own Blake Allison. The band warmed the hometown crowd up for Sick Puppies with fan favorites such as “Good Man” and “Respect.” Continue Reading

1 year ago
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