What’s Going on Around Downtown Little Rock?

Downtown Little Rock Robinson Center Music Hall

Robinson Center Music Hall is located on the corner of Broadway and West Markham in downtown Little Rock is the venue for upcoming off-Broadway shows like Wicked and Hello Dolly. It is also the place where the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra will perform its Masterworks and Pops concert series starting in September.

Upcoming Entertainment at Robinson Center Music Hall

November 21. Willie Nelson 7:30 pm. This country music legend and his band will be performing live.

Willie Nelson
Photo credit: Erik Kabik/PR Photos

Nov 24 Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker


Click here for Robinson Center Music Hall tickets and information

Click here for Celebrity Attractions tickets and information for upcoming plays

Click here for Arkansas Symphony Orchestra Masterworks and Pops 2013-214 Season Information

Downtown Little Rock Julius Breckling Riverfront Park

In the River Market District, along the south bank of the Arkansas River. Free parking on weekends behind the River Market Pavilions or ride the River Rail trolley from an abundance of free parking on both sides of the river.

Tuesdays and Saturdays thru October 26, Farmers’ Market, River Market Pavilions, 7 am.-3 pm. Locally grown, farm fresh produce. Also art, specialty crafts, and more. Meet the vendors:

Click here for a list of Farmers Market Vendors

Near Downtown-MacArthur Park‒Rembrandt Art and MacPark Music

Through September 8 Rembrandt, Van Dyck, Gainsborough: The Treasures of Kenwood House, London art exhibition.

MacArthur Park in home to the Arkansas Arts Center and Children’s Theater.  Here you can view former Arkansas Governor Winthrop Rockefeller’s priceless art collection and other traveling art exhibits. MacArthur Park is also the birthplace of famous WWII General Douglas MacArthur. The park is home to the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History, and there are historic markers all around the park. The Arts Center and museum both have free admission policies.

Special exhibits like the September Rembrandt, Van Dyck and Gainsborough art exhibits from London, England are ticketed events.

Click here for Arkansas Arts Center and Children’s Theater Information

Click here for MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History Information

Wednesdays—September 11, 18 and 25. 5:30-7:30 pm. Live music sponsored by the MacPark Group located in the MacArthur Park’s Foster Pavilion. Free and open to the community.

September 11, Fire and Brimstone, Caribbean and Reggae, Bryant’s BBQ to be onsite with a Caribbean menu, wine and beer.

September 18, Kirk Anderton and Quentin May, have played at Main Street Food Truck Fridays. Wine and beer will be served for donations.

September 25, The Steve Giles Band for MacPark Group’s annual Beer & Brats fundraiser for the park. Food is $15.

SoMa—Southside Main Street, south of I-630

Sundays thru mid-November, Farmers’ Market, The Bernice Garden, 1401 S. Main Street, 10 am.-2 pm. Rain or shine!

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