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Music by the river

Riverfest_2014_twoseventythreeAs the school year wraps up and semester exams approach, many Arkansans plan to kick off their summers at Riverfest on Memorial Day Weekend, May 23-25.

Riverfest, a music festival held annually on the banks of the Arkansas River, is a long-standing summer tradition in Little Rock. The festival has been running for 36 years and has brought hundreds of artists including REO Speedwagon, Brad Paisley, Switchfoot, ZZ Top and Snoop Dogg to the heart of Arkansas.

Three-day general admission passes to the festival cost $35 in advance and $40 at the gate.Three-day VIP passes are also available for $500 and include complementary drinks, ice cream, dinner, reserved seating in the ampitheater and a print of the Riverfest 2014 artwork by Devin Glueck.

The lineup includes artists such as The Fray, Cee Lo Green, Chicago and numerous local acts. Turnout is expected to be large, as last year’s Riverfest drew over 250,000 music fans to Little Rock.

“I’m really excited for Riverfest because the Fray will be there, and I’ve always wanted to see them. I’ve been in love with them since their first, How to Save a Life, so it’ll be cool to see them live,” sophomore Noah Kerry said.

Though the focus of Riverfest is music, the festival will also feature the First Security Bank Fireworks Show over the Arkansas River May 25. Other festival activities include the Arkansas Arts Center Mobile, The Super Retriever Series dog show, vendor tables and traditional River Market attractions such as the Clinton Library and downtown dining.

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