City Sessions and CACHE Curate Live Digital Performance
Four Northwest Arkansas musicians/groups will take part in the Kennedy Center’s Arts Across America live digital performance series on Tuesday, Sept. 8 at 3 p.m. on Facebook Live.
The programming spotlights community arts leaders, unique regional arts styles, and organizations and artists focused on social justice. The 20-week program is supported by Facebook and will feature performances every weekday afternoon from July 27 through Dec. 11.
This Northwest Arkansas event is curated by Creative Arkansas Community Hub & Exchange (CACHE) and presented in partnership with City Sessions.
“It’s an incredible opportunity to be able to partner with The Kennedy Center and CACHE to highlight our talented and diverse music community, said Jerad Sears, City Sessions executive director. “Our hometown artists are true hidden gems doing vital work for the arts scene in Northwest Arkansas, and it’s an honor to share a glimpse of that with the country.”
The following artists will be featured:
“Music is one of the most engaging and accessible art forms around the world,” said Jesse Elliott, CACHE director of creative ecosystems. “Northwest Arkansas is full of talented musicians working across all genres, and this series is a wonderful opportunity to share the talent of artists working in our community with a national and global audience.”
The artists will perform live at Fairlane Station in Springdale with production by avad3. The event will be streamed live at this link.