Sunrise Stage Concert Series Spring 2017

Sponsored by Adventure Subaru

Sunrise Stage is the premier venue for performing and listening to live music in Northwest Arkansas. With just over 100 seats, this intimate venue creates a deeper connection between the audience and artist. The listening environment is supported by a high-quality advanced sound system, refined acoustics and comfortable seating. Lock in your Season Pass for an incredible line-up of world-class musicians representing a mix of Americana, blues, folk, country and rock.


When you purchase a season pass to the Sunrise Stage Spring Concert Series, you’ll be treated to a FREE musical evening with local favorites – The Cate Brothers! Get up close and personal with Earl and Ernie as they look back at the music and the people that shaped their career.



Shake Russell & Michael Hearne | Friday April 28, 2017

Both Hearne and Russell play music in a style that is hard to categorize, but one that their label Howlin’ Dog Records calls “Southwestern Americana” – a sound of wide open vistas, big blue sky, high mountains, and deep canyons, with folk, country and rock sensitivities, and stories of real people finding their way through their lives. | Tickets

Adam Hood | Friday May 5, 2017

With a John Denver grin and mind full of Alabama attitude, Adam Hood knows the beautiful mess of blue-collar love. Hood’s rough and wild album Welcome to the Big World is a biographical masterpiece that ranges from Delbert McClinton roadhouse rock to Kris Kristofferson storyteller folk, with a mix of timeless two-step shuffles. | Tickets

Ian Moore | Sunday May 14, 2017

Moore is a prolific singer-songwriter from Seattle who was spawned from the 90’s roots rock scene of Austin, TX and gained popularity as a guitar prodigy. Now as well known for his soulful vocals and insightful lyricism as his stellar fretwork, Moore continues to mesmerize critics and audiences alike with his riveting live performances. | Tickets

The Nighthawks (Acoustic Show) | Sunday May 21, 2017

Born in early-1970s Washington DC where blues, soul, country, folk and rock filtered through the hearts of musicians in every neighborhood, The Nighthawks churn out a blues-and-rock infused style that honors the city’s dynamic influences and sets the stage for the rise of modern blues acts such as George Thorogood, The Fabulous Thunderbirds and Stevie Ray Vaughan. | Tickets