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It’s not Christmas yet. It’s not even close, but it sure feels like Christmas this time of year for live music fans in Fayetteville.
That’s because with students back in town and the city once again at full capacity, our stockings are brimming with big name tours over the next few months.
Earlier today we wrote about some of the great shows coming to long-running local venue George’s Majestic Lounge, and the new(ish) venue JJ’s Live also has no shortage of great shows scheduled for this fall and this winter.
Next up for the venue is an Arkansas/Alabama weekend celebration next week featuring Arkansas-born country artist and Hog fan Justin Moore on Sept. 29. 30.
In Oct. On October 7, the venue will host electronic duo Hippie Sabotage for a dance party, followed by another visit to town by Old Crow Medicine Show on October 1. 8 who will be in town for the first time since their Fresh Grass performance was canceled due to illness last year.
Other big shows to come include rapper Yung Gravy on October 15. 14, country artist and Tiktok sensation Cooper Allen on October 14. 21, the return of Here Come The Mummies on October 21. 30, indie band Mt. Joy on Oct. Nov. 31, rapper Waka Flocka Flame on Nov. 11. 11, New Orleans-based Trombone Shorty band on November 11. on December 17 and bluegrass band Trampled by Turtles on December 17. 8.
In fact, all of the shows in the list below are great shows.
Tickets for shows at the new venue are available at jjslive.com.
Merry (music) Christmas everyone.
JJ’s Live 2022 Fall/Winter lineup
September 30 – Justin Moore
October 7 – Hippie Sabotage
October 8 – Old Crow Medicine Show
October 12 – Wallow
October 13 – Goose
October 14 – Yung Sauce
October 21 – Cooper Allen
October 22 – Pecos and rooftops
October 23 – Gouv’t Mule
October 24 – Very Suspicious
October 25 – Gogol Bordello
October 29 – Compose
October 30 – Here come the mummies
October 31 – Mt. Joy
Nov. 4 – The Taylor Party
November 5 – Cole Swindell
Nov. 11 – Flame Waka Flocka
Nov. 17 – Small Paper Clip
Nov. 18 – Mike Ryan
December 8 – Trampled by Turtles / Sumbuck
December 10 – Plains Cavalry
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