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Thursday Night Live

• $5 Cover

• No Cover for MAD Members

• Reservations at 870-444-3008 or https://bit.ly/2m1GKa6

deFrance has been called the “hardest working band in Arkansas,” racking up more than 600 shows since forming in 2015. The band calls Little Rock home but these “road warriors” carry their modern take on classic rock & roll across the nation every week, having performed shows at legendary venues such as the Whisky A Go Go in Hollywood, California, as well as earning the respect of fans statewide, with two of their songs being selected for use in Arkansas tourism commercials. The band’s technical prowess and deliverance of a truly pure rock & roll sound has been recognized with support opportunities for ZZ Top, Whiskey Myers, Robert Randolph, Shooter Jennings, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and most recently the band earned the exclusive opening spot for Bon Jovi on their 2018 This House is Not For Sale tour at Verizon Arena in North Little Rock, performing in front of 14,000 people.

Thu 12/5/19 8:00PM


Thu 12/12/19 8:00PM


Thu 12/19/19 8:00PM

Amy Allen

Thu 12/26/19 8:00PM

Sean Fresh

Saturday Cabaret

Live Saturday Night! is co-presented by Murphy USA and will feature bands from around the region. Performances will be at the Griffin Restaurant stage and are FREE to the public. Reservations are highly encouraged and can be made on OpenTable or by calling the restaurant at 870-444-3008.

Arkansas native and Arkansas CMA 2019 Young Artist of the Year, Bree Ogden is a true Southern girl with fiery red hair, a charming Southern drawl and a firecracker on stage. Her desire to pursue a music career is rooted in her upbringing listening to country music from an early age.

Bree's debut album "Untamed" released Fall 2017 and is available online on all digital streaming services.

When she was 14 years old she picked up a guitar, learned a few chords and started writing songs. Since then she has been performing all over the country playing shows and opening for national touring acts.

Sat 11/23/19 8:00PM

Bree Ogden Band

Sat 11/30/19 8:00PM

Eskimo Brothers

Sat 12/14/19 8:00PM

Doug Duffey & BADD

Sat 12/21/19 8:00PM

Brooks Hubbard

Robert Finley

Age don’t mean a thing, and Robert Finley is living proof of it. Finley recently completed a long run on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, making it to the semi-finals. He will be performing on the Griffin Restaurant stage in Murphy Arts District on Friday, November 22nd, 2019 at 8:00 PM. The doors will open at 5:00 PM. Tickets are $25 for general admission and $35 for reserved seating. Prices go up $5 on the day of the show. Tickets are available to MAD members on Wednesday, October 9th, and to the general public on Friday, October 11th.

Finley made it through several rounds of America’s Got Talent, gaining fans and accolades from both the AGT judges and the public. The judges Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel and Sean Hayes handed out big compliments.

Guest judge Sean Hayes said he'd give anything to be half as cool and hip as Finley, saying the bluesman should be in a Quentin Tarantino film. He said Finley's style really stands out. Judge Simon Cowell called the singer cool and classy and judge Howie Mandel said Finley's performance was authentic and real.

In the true spirit of the American Dream, Finley’s music is primed to reach doors and shores both at home and abroad. His latest LP Goin’ Platinum! was released through Dan Auerbach’s (of the Black Keys) Easy Eye Sound in late 2017 and he is currently back working on his third album which will be released in early 2020.

Rolling Stone Magazine recently opened an article with “The Gospel of Robert Finley, Dan Auerbach’s Favorite Singer.” Auerbach heard “Age Don’t Mean a Thing,” loved the sound, and arranged to meet Finley. As Auerbach told Rolling Stone, “I’ve never heard anything like him before,” Auerbach says. “He’s a pure singer…. He’s been so musical his whole life it’s subconscious.” Now Finley has been playing sold-out rooms across the US and Europe as part of Auerbach’s Easy Eye Sound Revue.

Finley has played at MAD several times and loves the intimacy of the venue. He played his birthday celebration in the Griffin and put on a rollicking show. Or as Auerbach told Rolling Stone, laughing, “With Robert, every day is his birthday, and is a bit of a celebration.”

Fri 11/22/19 8:00PM

Robert Finley

DJ Josue Juarez

Fiesta Latina brings DJ Josue to the First Financial Music Hall for a night of latin dancing! The party is from 10PM-2AM, with doors opening at 9PM. Drink specials all night! All ages.

Sat 11/23/19 10:00PM

Fiesta Latina

The Nutcracker Ballet

Embark on a magical journey to the Land of Sweets this holiday season with the South Arkansas Symphony as they partner with Arkansas Festival Ballet and the Murphy Arts District to bring the beloved holiday classic “The Nutcracker” to El Dorado. A timeless story about a young girl’s journey into a magical land one winter’s evening, “The Nutcracker” will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 30 at the First Financial Music Hall in the Murphy Arts District.??Under the artistic direction of AFB founder and choreographer Rebecca Miller Stalcup, “The Nutcracker” will feature Arkansas Festival Ballet and guest dancers accompanied by the South Arkansas Symphony Orchestra’s performance of Tchaikovsky’s famous score, under the musical direction of conductor Kermit Poling. Families are invited to embrace the magic of the holiday season with highlights from this iconic story.

Tickets will go on sale to MAD members on Tuesday, August 27th and the general public on Thursday, August 29th. Tickets are $60 for the Golden Circle (front three rows), $50 for orchestra seating, $40 for middle seating and $30 for rear seating. To purchase tickets or for more information, call the box office at 870.444.3007 or go online to www.eldoMAD.com

Sat 11/30/19 7:30PM

The Nutcracker Ballet

The Mayor's Ball 2019

“Let’s Have a Ball” again!!! This year we’ll have The Mayor’s Ball! Another Black Tie Formal Affair to celebrate in the city of El Dorado!

VIP - $70 plus tax. Includes reception starting at 7PM.

Ball Ticket - $35 plus tax. Starts at 8PM.

Limited number of tickets available.

Entertainment provided by Rodney Block!

Sat 12/28/19 7:00PM

Let's Have a Ball..Again!

I Survived MusicFest
Tue 12/31/19

I Survived Musicfest Shirt

MAD Hatter - Blue
Tue 12/31/19

MAD Hatter Shirt

MAD is Happy - Teal
Tue 12/31/19

MAD is the NEW Happy Shirt

Pour Decisions
Tue 12/31/19

Pour Decisions Shirt

Tue 12/31/19


It's a MAD World - Red
Tue 12/31/19

It's a MAD World Shirt

MAD Tie Dye Woodstock
Tue 12/31/19

Woodstock Shirt

New Year's Eve @ MAD

Dance your way into 2020 with this year’s News Year’s Eve dinner and party at the First Financial Music Hall and the adjoining Griffin Restaurant. Fayetteville-based Funk Factory will be playing your favorite songs that will have you dancing all night. And, Cole’s Jewelers will once again sponsor a 1.25 carat ladies white gold diamond ring giveaway, valued at $4,000.

The Griffin Restaurant will have a special New Year’s Eve dinner, consisting of a 5 course tasting menu developed by Executive Chef Austin Johnson. Funk Factory will start at 9:30 and play past midnight. Doors to the First Financial Music Hall open at 8:00 PM. There will be a complimentary champagne toast and the traditional balloon drop at midnight.

MAD will offer several options including a special hotel, dinner, and show package in partnership with Union Square Guest Quarters in historical downtown El Dorado, walking distance from MAD.

There are two ways to enter to win the diamond ring. Every purchase of a ticket to the New Year’s Eve show is automatically entered. You can add an entry by visiting Cole’s Jeweler’s at 115 South Washington Street, El Dorado. You must be present to win.

Tickets will go on sale to MAD members on Wednesday, October 30th. The general public can purchase tickets as of Friday, November 1st.

Tue 12/31/19 9:30PM

MAD New Year's Party

Tue 12/31/19 MAD Corkscrew

MAD Keychain
Tue 12/31/19

MAD Keychain

MAD Sticker
Tue 12/31/19

MAD Sticker

Tue 12/31/19 MAD Koozie

Tue 12/31/19 MAD Button

Tue 12/31/19 MAD Poncho

Tue 12/31/19 MAD Tote

Tue 12/31/19 MAD Beachball

Tue 12/31/19 MAD Sunscreen

MAD Shot Glass
Tue 12/31/19

MAD Shot Glass

Tue 12/31/19 MusicFest - Camo

Tue 12/31/19 MusicFest Raglan

Thursday Night Live

$5 cover. No cover for MAD members! Reservations at: https://bit.ly/2m1GKa6 or 870-444-3008.

Emmy Award-winning duo The Bergamot release new record Mayflies produced by legendary engineer/producer Matt Wiggins (UK). The sterling stream of singles released this year has set the world stage for The Bergamot. The group has recently been featured in People Magazine, PARADE Magazine, US Weekly, The Daily Record, The Daily Mirror, EARMILK, ALFITUDE, Where the Music Meets, and Keep Walking Music. The new album, Mayflies is set to be the biggest release in the group's history. The band has announced a full U.S. tour this fall, more music videos upcoming, all the while the band's fanbase grows by the day. It's been an overnight success that has been 10 years in the making.

About The Bergamot:

The Bergamot's journey began on October 20th, 2017. The Bergamot released their dreamy anthem P.D.R. (Both Records LLC). The single launched the band's career who was discovered by Matt Wiggins (Adele, U2, Florence and the Machine) and then went on to achieve great reviews being called "The hottest emerging music talent" (People) and "a gorgeous sound" (Daily Mirror) and the "Best of 2019" on Where the Music Meets and mp3hugger.

Fans have discovered the band through an unbelievable series of music videos released to promote the new album "MAYFLIES". The videos have been heralded by music critics as "Lush" (PARADE) and "The Perfect Blend" (EARMILK). These groundbreaking videos have brought light to difficult topics and continued to build upon the band's momentum from "P.D.R.". The videos have garnered over 150k views on YouTube and earned the band the #1 single (L.A.) ever released on the SubmitHub website.

In recent months, The Bergamot revealed a fully animated music video for "One Mile" and the fascinating "Bones" video filmed by evolve Films. The "Bones" music video was filmed underwater and marks a poignant message about depressions and suicide. The glitches of the video reflect a fragmented perspective and touch the viewer in an empathetic and revealing way. After making the band's UK debut in The Daily Record and The Daily Mirror, the band is being heralded as "one of 2019 finest" (mp3hugger), "Best of 2019" Where the Music Meets, and a band that "We’ve been lauding for years" (Atwood Magazine).

Thu 1/2/20 8:00PM

The Bergamot

Thu 1/9/20 8:00PM

Joshua Asante

Thu 3/5/20 8:00PM

D and Chi

Saturday Cabaret

Live Saturday Night! is co-presented by Murphy USA and will feature bands from around the region. Performances will be at the Griffin Restaurant stage and are FREE to the public. Reservations are highly encouraged and can be made on OpenTable or by calling the restaurant at 870-444-3008.

Founded in Memphis in 2016 The Burners music is rooted in Memphis sound with significant influences from multiple genres including Southern Soul, Blues, Jazz and the traditional country sound. The Burners catalog of original tunes and classic covers of STAX hits makes for a memorable live show that is taking the Memphis music scene by storm.

These classically trained musicians found each other while attending the University of Memphis Music School in the spring of 2016 and have been playing together ever since.

Sat 1/4/20 8:00PM

The Burners

Sat 1/18/20 8:00PM

Ernie Biggs

Sat 2/8/20 8:00PM

The Revelries

Sat 2/15/20 8:00PM


Frank Foster

Premium seating includes front of house seating and private bar service.

Pit is front of stage standing room only

General Admission is behind pit, standing room only

Frank is back! Murphy Arts District (MAD) is excited to announce the return to MAD by country music favorite Frank Foster at the First Financial Music Hall in El Dorado on Saturday, January 11th, 2020. The show will start at 7:00 PM with doors opening at 6:00 PM. An opening act will be announced shortly.

Known as an independent thinking singer/songwriter, Foster’s huge following loves his ‘do it my way’ attitude and appealing songs and lyrics. He embodies musical independence at its highest level. He not only has taken the road less traveled, but the road almost never traveled. Acting as his own record label, management, booking agency and publishing company, he has managed to find success that some major label artist may never find. This rural Louisiana native and former oilfield man has taken his songs from the campfire to the coliseum seemingly overnight, all the while gaining a following of fans whose loyalty is unmatched. Foster has opened for Hank Williams Jr., Lynyrd Skynyrd, Gregg Allman, Jake Owen, Justin Moore, Sawyer brown, Lee Brice and Gary Allen.

Some numbers help define his success: more than 20 million Spotify spins; more than 12 million YouTube views; three Billboard Magazine Top Ten Albums; 7 studio albums, sold more than 400,000 singles; writes every song he has released.

His musical journey started in 2011 with the release of his first album “Rowdy Reputation”. To follow that up, in the late summer of 2012, he released his second album “Red Wings and Six Strings”, which debuted on the Billboard Country Charts at #30. Each song from both of those albums have become nightly sing-a-longs at his shows. Foster’s third album, “Southern Soul”, was released in 2013 and debuted at #11 on the Billboard Country Charts confirming that his popularity was continuing to soar to new heights. His fourth album, “Rhythm and Whiskey”, was released in 2014 and debuted at #4 on the Billboard Country Charts solidifying him as a true power house in the industry. He followed that up with his fifth album, 2016’s “Boots On the Ground”, which gave him his second top 10 debuting album in as many years. It entered the Billboard Country Charts at #7. Later in 2016, he released his 6th album, “Good Country Music”, which debuted at #13 on the Billboard Country Charts. He’s a singer, a songwriter and his own boss. He refuses to let anyone water down his kind of country music. If he lives it, he writes it; if he writes it, he sings it; if he sings it, he believes it. The nearly sold-out MAD audience that experienced Foster’s concert in early 2019 will attest to that.

Sat 1/11/20 7:00PM

Frank Foster

A Countryside Weekend

Escape to the tranquility of a beautiful day in the country with guitarist Giovanni de Chiaro and maestro Kermit Poling as they perform their recent award-winning concerto and more.

Venue: First United Methodist Church, 320 W. Main St., Magnolia

Sat 1/25/20 7:30PM

A Countryside Weekend

AstroZone: An Interactive Art

Murphy Arts District (MAD) is excited to announce that it has entered into a unique partnership with Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas, to present an exhibition in the First Financial Music Hall, opening on February 1, 2020. The exhibition, called AstroZone: An Interactive Art Experience, will run through Saturday, April 4th, 2020. It will be the first art exhibition at MAD in what is hoped to be a continuing relationship with Crystal Bridges with stronger collaborations in the future. This represents the first time Crystal Bridges has curated an off-site exhibition with a partner organization.

The exhibition will fill the First Financial Music Hall and will present the Chicago-based artist Claire Helen Ashley’s immense inflatable pieces in different shapes and colors suspended from the ceiling as well as floor level experiences. Allison Glenn, Crystal Bridges Associate Curator, Contemporary Art, explains “AstroZone is an immersive art experience that will connect viewers to each other through Claire Helen Ashley’s inflatable sculptures, similar to the way her playful works engaged visitors in the Color Field exhibition at Crystal Bridges this past summer. I’m excited to see how the site-specific work activates this new space and sparks conversations about art, sound, and science.”

Claire Helen Ashley will hold a special presentation on the exhibition in the First Financial Music Hall on Tuesday, October 22nd, at 7:00 PM. This is free and open to the public. The artist will provide background on the exhibition, her creative process, and what visitors can expect to experience.

There will be a special live performance on the exhibition’s opening night. Raven Cook, Crystal Bridge’s Community Liaison, is recruiting for 16 paid participants. No experience is required. Please contact her at raven.cook@crystalbridges.org for more information and to sign up.

Educational programming plays an essential role in the exhibition and integrates with the Arkansas Curriculum Frameworks in an innovative way, appealing to all learning styles. The programming is being developed by Gay Bechtelheimer, former El Dorado Public School Educator of the Year (2014) and appointed by the Governor to the Arkansas Arts Council. The educational programming will relate to current academic vocabularies and will address literacy in the arts, science, music, and math.

This site-specific, immersive installation of painted inflatable sculptures complemented with audio and lighting experiences draws upon the artists’ futuristic visions of extra-terrestrial life forms and alien landscapes. The artist’s expansive imagination is influenced by a myriad of sources that helped shape this exhibition including: bio-luminescent organisms, Aurora Borealis, 3D printed Martian habitats, cocoons, asteroids, Sci-Fi, invertebrates, jellyfish blooms, Star Trek episodes, astrological charts, weather balloons, Kraftwerk’s “The Robots”, psychotropic drugs, disco, Laser Tag, tropical foliage, Saturday Night Fever, Bee Gees’ “Night Fever”, beach balls, astronomy, self-help books, rock climbing holds, dinosaur egg fossils, space suits, the primordial ooze, and the story of the Garden of Eden. In addition, two choreographed performances will take place in conjunction with the exhibition. Viewers are invited to come, sit, relax, and experience life in the AstroZone.

The artist has visited El Dorado several times to develop her sense of place and will be holding a workshop for advanced placement students at El Dorado High School on October 23rd. In describing the exhibition, she offers the following: “I seek out moments where body-scape (human, animal and alien) and landscape (land, sea and outer-space) meet in my work. For “AstroZone,” I encourage a sense of wonder and curiosity of the other, welcoming people into an uncanny, oddball world that is both extra-terrestrial and utterly kitsch. I want people to recall the experience of looking up at natural phenomenon in the night sky, or deep down in the ocean, but that they also sense something else in the experience.”

Crystal Bridges has looked for statewide synergies to support its mission of providing access to art and to help make Arkansas a great place to live and play. “It’s a natural fit for Crystal Bridges and Murphy Arts District to work together, as we each are focused on offering our communities access to the arts,” said Rod Bigelow, Executive Director and Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. “Through conversations with their team, we felt Crystal Bridges’ expertise in visual arts could complement Murphy Arts District’s expertise in performing arts, broadening the range of arts experiences available in our state and throughout our region.”

MAD and Crystal Bridges have been discussing a collaborative partnership for some time, said Terry Stewart, MAD’s CEO. “Even before the opening of MAD, we’ve all had a collective vision of diversifying our programmatic offerings beyond the performing arts and our culinary experiences. Early conversations with Crystal Bridges focusing on our intent to develop a major visual arts center integral to our campus gave rise to creative ways to collaboration. This partnership is now a reality and is manifested in the cutting edge “Astro World” exhibition curated for us by one of the premier museums in the world, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.....and we could not be more excited and appreciative.”

Sat 2/1/20 9:00AM

AstroZone: An Interactive Art Experience

As Good As Gold

Venue: Municipal Auditorium, 100 W. Eighth St., El Dorado

The South Arkansas Symphony will welcome the gold medal winner of the 69th Annual Wideman International Piano Competition in an impressive chamber concert this spring.

The Wideman International Piano Competition has been held annually the first weekend of December at Centenary College – Hurley School of Music under the auspices of the Shreveport Symphony Guild since 1950. Judged by nationally and internationally known pianists and conductors, the competition draws outstanding talent from throughout the United States and the world.

Nena Wideman, a former member of Centenary College piano faculty, was the guiding spirit of the first competition and continued with unwavering enthusiasm until her death in 1983. In 1982, the Shreveport Symphony created an endowment in honor of Wideman and established the permanence of this annual event, now one of the top piano competitions.

Each year, the South Arkansas Symphony has the privilege of hosting the gold-medal winners of this prestigious competition in a special chamber concert in El Dorado. The Symphony extends the competitions goal of promoting excellence and encouragement to young pianists as they embark on their careers.

Sat 3/21/20 7:30PM

As Good as Gold

Prodigy Extraordinaire

Venue: Municipal Auditorium, 100 W. Eighth St., El Dorado

The South Arkansas Symphony will feature piano prodigy Antonio “Nio” Ajero in an inspirational orchestra performance of Russia’s great composers, including Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 3 and Rachmaninoff’s Symphony No. 2.

A 14-year-old from Nacogdoches, Texas, Ajero currently studies in the Music Preparatory Division of Stephen F. Austin State University. Known as “Nio,” the award-winning pianist started piano studies with his father, Mario Ajero, professor of piano at Stephen F. Austin. Ajero is a two-time National Gold Medal Winner from The Royal Conservatory for earning the highest marks in the nation on the conservatory’s Level 9 and 10 piano exams. He is currently one of only 15 students from the state of Texas to be awarded a scholarship grant from the Texas Commission of the Arts and Texas Cultural Fund under the Texas Young Masters Program. Ajero has been a winner of numerous competitions, including competitions with Steinway Piano in Dallas, Baylor/Waco, Texas State University’s Young Artists, Red River Radio Young Artists and SMU Institute for Young Pianists, among others.

The piano virtuoso performed on NPR’s “From the Top” with Christopher O’Riley on Show No. 336 at LeTourneau University’s Belcher Center in Longview, Texas. “From the Top” is considered America’s largest and most prestigious platform dedicated to celebrating the stories, talents and character of classically trained young musicians. In addition to playing piano, Ajero has earned a first degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do at Nacogdoches Blackbelt Academy, and enjoys cooking.

Sat 4/25/20 7:30PM

Prodigy Extraordinaire

The Allman Betts Band

After a successful year touring as The Devon Allman Project with special guest Duane Betts, the sons of Gregg Allman and Dickey Betts are joining forces to form The Allman Betts Band. The new ABB includes Devon Allman, Duane Betts, Berry Oakley Jr. (son of original Allman Brothers Band bassist Berry Oakley), Johnny Stachela (slide guitar), keyboardist John Ginty (Robert Randolph/Dixie Chicks), and Devon Allman Project percussionists R. Scott Bryan (Sheryl Crow) and John Lum.??The Allman Betts Band kicked off 2019 with a new album and Worldwide tour that features new music, songs from their solo projects and classic Allman Brothers and Gregg Allman tunes in honor of the 50th Anniversary of The Allman Brothers Band. The new album was recorded at the legendary Muscle Shoals Sound Studios and was produced by Matt Ross-Spang (Jason Isbell, Margo Price, John Prine and Elvis Presley). Former Allman Brothers Band keyboardist and current Rolling Stones keyboardist, Chuck Leveall, guests on the record.

The Allman Betts Band will offer a special preshow VIP Meet & Greet opportunity. This will be available only through the band’s website: www.AllmanBettsBand.com. An admission ticket to their show is required to attend the VIP Meet & Greet.

Sat 5/2/20 7:30PM

The Allman Betts Band w/ special guest Jackson Stokes

Ron White

Comedian Ron “Tater Salad” White, who first rose to fame as the cigar-smoking, scotch-drinking funnyman from the Blue Collar Comedy Tour phenomenon, has long since established himself as a star in his own right. Over the past 15 years, White has been one of the top grossing standup comedians on tour in the country. His comedy recordings have sold over 14 million units (solo and with the Blue Collar Comedy Tour), he’s been nominated for two Grammys, he was featured in the Cameron Crowe Showtime Series, “Roadies,” and he even authored a book that appeared on the New York Times Best Seller List.

White will bring his chart-topping act to the First Financial Music Hall in the Murphy Arts District in El Dorado on Thursday, May 14th, 2020. Doors will open at 7:00 PM with the show starting at 8:00 PM. Ron White Fan Club members can buy tickets on Monday, October 14th. MAD members can buy tickets on Wednesday, October 16th, and tickets go on-sale to the public on Friday, October 18th, all at 10:00 AM.

This show is intended for mature audiences only

Thu 5/14/20 8:00PM

Ron White

Death & The Maiden

Venue: First United Methodist Church, 201 S. Hill Ave., El Dorado

A testament to the beauty of life, Franz Schubert’s String Quartet No. 14, also known as “Death and the Maiden,” has been called “one of the pillars of the chamber music repertoire.” It was composed in 1824 after the composer suffered a serious illness and realized he was dying. Published in 1831, three years after Schubert’s death, each movement of the piece conjures a different episode in the mythic process of death and resurrection.

The Emerald String Quartet will perform “Death and the Maiden,” a quartet that is characterized throughout by sudden dramatic shifts, from the lyrical to the compelling and dramatic. Comprised of members of the South Arkansas Symphony, the Emerald String Quartet features violinists Kiril Laskarov and Diana Norwod, violist Borys Smolaga, cellist Brett Andrews and pianist Dean Pieskee.

Sat 5/16/20 7:30PM

Death & the Maiden

Symphony on the Square

Venue: Union County Courthouse Steps, Downtown El Dorado

Sponsored by First Financial Bank, Symphony on the Square has become a true El Dorado tradition, bringing thousands of people to the steps of the Union County Courthouse in beautiful, historic downtown El Dorado for a sunset concert performance that is both entertaining and patriotic. Each year, the Symphony welcomes talented musicians and vocalists to perform variety of classical, pop and patriotic music on Memorial Day weekend.

One of the most popular performances of the year, Symphony on the Square is free and open to the public. Limited seating is provided, but the audience is welcome to bring their own chairs. Join the Symphony in closing out its 63rd season with another unforgettable performance featuring some of the most rousing music in the American canon.

Sat 5/23/20 7:30PM

Symphony on the Square