Walmart AMP | Rogers, Arkansas
This summer, the prolific folk rock band, The Avett Brothers, are embarking on a highly-anticipated outing! The 17-date trek kicks off in June and will cover numerous major cities, including a much-awaited stop in Rogers, Arkansas! On Saturday, 17th June 2023, The Avett Brothers are set to light up the Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion with their biggest hits! Fans can anticipate an electrifying setlist packed with genre-defying music! Moreover, the Grammy-nominated band has been known to fill large venues everywhere they go! So if you’re keen on seeing The Avett Brothers in their Arkansas stop, you better hurry and buy your tickets now!
The Avett Brothers are a prolific folk-rock group from North Carolina. The band has received wide critical acclaim for their brilliant blending of genres, such as folk, country, rock, pop, bluegrass, and more. The band, led by Seth and Scott Avett, emerged in 2000 and started their career with several independent records. Their debut album, County Was, was released in 2002. Five years later, the band dropped their fifth album, Emotionalism. The album broke into the Billboard 200 and topped the Heatseekers chart. Emotionalism’s success has brought much attention to the band. The same year, The Avett Brothers won Emerging Artist of the Year and Duo/Group of the Year at the Americana Music Honors & Awards.
After their phenomenal breakthrough, The Avett Brothers signed with a record label and released their major label debut, I and Love and You, in 2009. The album soared to number 16 on the Billboard 200 and topped the Folk Albums chart. Meanwhile, the record also entered the charts in the U.K. and the Netherlands. Their work with the album earned them another American Music Honors & Award in 2010.
In 2013, the band received their first Grammy nomination for the 2012 album, The Carpenter. The album spawned several highly-acclaimed singles, including “Live and Die” and “February Seven.” Three years later, they received two more Grammy nods for their ninth album, True Sadness, and its lead single, “Ain’t No Man.”
Grab tickets now to see The Avett Brothers light up the Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion with their electrifying set!