Join us for a fantastic day-long musical experience at the Outdoor Expo!
Join us for a fantastic day-long musical experience at the SouthArk Outdoor Expo! This year’s talented and entertaining bands will be the biggest ever. You will hear rhythm and blues, country, blues, rockabilly, and classic rock.
- 9:00 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. Cummins Prison Band
- 10:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Jimmy Lewis & the 8 Second Ride Band
- 12:00p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Cummins Prison Band
- 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Seth Walker Band
Seth Walker Band
Enjoy the sounds of Seth Walker and his band - his guitar-playing and his vocals talent stand out as a unique voice to country music. He has played at many venues in Arkansas, Mississippi, and Tennessee, including the popular Juanita's bar in Little Rock. Seth has opened up for some popular and big name artists such as David Nail, Jon Langston, and Drake White.
Seth released his first single "Whiskey and a Dirt Road" on iTunes in 2015. His eagerness and love to play ensure that crowds have a good time makes him a great performer in any venue.
Jimmy Lewis and the 8 Second Ride Band
Super high energy band with a country music background. They play at many venues in south Arkansas and have a fan following that loves to dance to their music. They like to play all types of music. Their favorites are blues, southern rock, and a few funky tunes. Listeners love to hear songs by Merle Haggard and Ray Vaughn. Come by and hear the songs of KC & the Sunshine Band and other fun music.
Cummins Prison Band
This popular band draws festival crowds state-wide and is booked solid every time they start their new tour. They play a hot blend of old style rock, blues and jazz. They are popular for volunteering their time at community events across Arkansas, these talented musicians put on a high-energy, high-powered blend of entertainment.
All four of the touring inmates have ironically played several times for judges, state representatives, and other state and local officials, as well as festivals and events. They have entertained at the governor’s mansion numerous times and even played at the State Police Convention.