The Avett Brothers will return to Northwest Arkansas for a stop at the Walmart AMP on Saturday, June 17, officials announced on Friday.
Gov’t Mule will open the show.
Gates are scheduled to open at 6 p.m. and music starts at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets go on sale to the public at 10 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 24 (presales begin Feb. 21). Ticket prices range from $45-$99.50 plus fees.
For those who can’t wait, the band plays in Little Rock next weekend with Turnpike Troubadours.
The three-time Grammy nominees made mainstream waves with their 2009 major label debut, I And Love And You, which landed at No. 16 on the Billboard Top 200. Three years later The Carpenter hit No. 4 on the same chart, followed by Magpie And The Dandelion in 2013 at No. 5.
It’s the 19th concert booked at the AMP so far this year, with more expected to be added in the coming weeks.
New for the 2023 season is the AMP’s $20 Premier Reserved Parking add-on, which guarantees a space in the parking lot across from the venue’s main entrance. A limited number spots will be available for most shows.
Purchase tickets and add-ons at amptickets.com, in person at either of the venue’s box offices, or by calling 479-443-5600.
AMP 2023 Schedule (so far)April 21 – Walker Hayes / Ingrid Andress / Breland
April 22 – Tyler Childers / Charley Crockett / Wayne Graham
May 5 – Parker McCollum / Larry Fleet
May 9 – Godsmack / I Prevail
May 23 – Dave Matthews Band
May 26 – Incubus / Coheed and Cambria
June 14 – Foo Fighters
June 17 – Avett Brothers / Gov’t Mule
June 23 – Matchbox Twenty / Matt Nathanson
June 29 – Willie Nelson / Margo Price / Flatland Cavalry / Particle Kid
July 11 – Fall Out Boy / Bring Me The Horizon / Royal & the Serpent / Carr
July 14 – Foreigner / Loverboy
July 15 – Snoop Dogg / Wiz Khalifa / Too $hort / Warren G / Berner
July 20 – Nickelback / Brantley Gilbert
July 27 – Eric Church / Midland / Ray Wylie Hubbard
July 28 – Lynyrd Skynyrd / ZZ Top / Uncle Kracker
July 29 – Disturbed / Breaking Benjamin / JINJER
Aug. 9 – 3 Doors Down / Candlebox
Aug. 10 – Luke Bryan / Chayce Beckham / Ashley Cooke / Jackson Dean
Aug. 15 – Pantera / Lamb of God
Aug. 16 – Smashing Pumpkins / Interpol / Rival Sons
Aug. 18 – Beck / Phoenix
Aug. 19 – KIDZ BOP
Aug. 20 – Sam Hunt / Brett Young / Lily Rose
Aug. 24 – Jelly Roll / Struggle Jennings / Caitlynne Curtis / Josh Adam Meyers
Sept. 14 – Jason Aldean / Mitchell Tenpenny / Corey Kent / Dee Jay Silver
Oct. 6 – Odesza / TOKiMONSTA / QRTR / OLAN