VOV “Trail Shows” at City Parks

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Al Scorch brings his Chicago style of country & soul to The VOV – Trail Show, Monday, March 23 – Noon at Adair Park.

Low Key Arts and the Hot Springs Parks and Trails Department have partnered to bring unplugged musical performances to our city parks during The Valley of the Vapors Independent Music Festival. The “Trail Shows” series will take place at four locations around Hot Springs including The Farmers Market pavilion, Baseball Trail Park pavilion, Adair Park, and the Hollywood Park pavilion. Performances will begin at 12 noon each day and last approximately 30 minutes.

“We are thrilled to partner with Parks and Trails to bring these free

performances inside our beautiful parks. I just love the combination of acoustic music in an outdoor setting.” says Low Key Arts, Executive Director, Bill Solleder.


JD Wilkes
JD Wilkes and banjo conjure a classic american gothic sound at VOV – Trail Show, Saturday, March 21 – Noon at The Farmers Market

Scheduled to perform include JD Wilkes (Kentucky), Andrew Bryant (Mississippi), Al Scorch (Chicago) and LGBT advocate and singer/songwriter Ryan Cassata (San Fran).  All shows are free and open to all ages. Lawn chairs and blankets are encouraged.

Andrew Bryan VOV Trail Show Sunday
Andrew Bryan VOV Trail Show Sunday


Saturday, March 21 – JD Wilkes at the Hot Springs Farmers Market
Sunday, March 22 – Andrew Bryant at Baseball Trail Park
Monday, March 23 – Al Scorch at Adair Park (515 Central)
Tuesday, March 24 – Ryan Cassata at Hollywood Park (411 Hollywood)