Beatles at the Ridge Music Festival
September 18 & 19, 2015
Beatles at the Ridge Music Festival is one of the fastest growing festivals in the South, covering Historic Downtown Walnut Ridge. The event team was recognized with the “Welcome to Arkansas” award and a “Henry Award” at the 2013 Arkansas Governor’s Conference on Tourism. Beatles at the Ridge Music Festival was also recognized as “Top New Festival in Arkansas,” by the Arkansas Festival and Events Association.
FREE Admission – FREE Entertainment – FREE Parking
FREE admission and entertainment, 100+ vendors with arts & crafts, memorabilia and great food!
Three stages of entertainment will feature a variety of music – Beatles, early Rock n’ Roll, Country and Bluegrass – from regional and national musicians including the renowned Beatles tribute band … Liverpool Legends.
Cavenaugh Chevrolet’s Rock n’ Roll Hwy Stage
Headlining the Main Stage this year, the Liverpool Legends are four talented musicians and actors who were hand-picked by Louise Harrison – sister of the late George Harrison of The Beatles. Louise’s involvement with Liverpool Legends makes them the only Beatles Tribute band in the world with a close, direct biological link to the original Fab Four! “Liverpool Legends Beatles Tribute Band present the very best portrayal of The Beatles that I have every seen!” says Harrison.
The Nuttin’ But Talent Show will take place on the First National Bank’s Beatles Park Stage this year. Entries will be judged in either a musical or dance category. Cash prizes will be awarded in both categories and the winner of the musical talent division will have a chance to open for the renowned Beatles tribute band, Liverpool Legends, on the Cavenaugh Chevrolet’s Rock n’ Roll stage.
Artists & Authors Symposium
The Artists & Authors Symposium kicks off 2 p.m. on Friday (and all day Saturday).
Featuring art and private collection displays, seminars, multi-media presentations, including meet-and-greet and autograph signing sessions.
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