The 2012 Arkansas Music Pavilion acts just keep on rolling in.
The latest is rock veteran Ted Nugent, who’s set to play the AMP on Sunday, June 10.
The show is part of his solo “Great White Buffalo” tour, a series of intermittent summer shows separate from his massive Midwest Rock ‘n Roll Express Tour with STYX & REO Speedwagon.
Since starting his career in 1967, Nugent has released 35 albums, which have sold more than 40 million copies worldwide. Each year, Nugent dedicates approximately six months to his music career, and spends the other six on another passion, hunting. In addition to his music, Nugent has also starred in the VH1 shows “Surviving Ted Nugent” and “Supergroup.”
Over the course of his career that spans more than four decades, Nugent has gone on tour 52 times. His most recent album, “Motor City Mayhem,” is a live recording taken from his 6000th performance in 2008. The show was considered to be a celebration of Nugent’s legendary career in the music business.
Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. show range from $17 to $77 and will go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, March 23 at the Walton Arts Center box office (479-443-5600) or at waltonartscenter.org.