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It’s not Christmas yet. It’s not even close, but it definitely feels like Christmas this time of year for fans of live music in Fayetteville.
That’s because with the students back in town and the city at full capacity again, our stockings are overflowing with big name touring acts these next few months.
We wrote about some of the big shows coming to longtime local venue George’s Majestic Lounge earlier today, and new(ish) venue JJ’s Live also has no shortage of big shows on the schedule this fall and winter.
Next up for the venue is an Arkansas/Alabama-weekend celebration next week featuring Arkansas-born country artist and Hog fan, Justin Moore on Sept. 30.
On Oct. 7, the venue will host electronic duo Hippie Sabotage for a dance party, followed by another visit to town by Old Crow Medicine Show on Oct. 8 who’ll be in town for the first time since their Fresh Grass performance was cancelled due to illness last year.
Other big upcoming shows include Rapper Yung Gravy on Oct. 14, country artist and Tiktok sensation Cooper Allen on Oct. 21, the return of Here Come The Mummies on Oct. 30, indie act Mt. Joy on Oct. 31, rapper Waka Flocka Flame on Nov. 11, New Orleans-based act Trombone Shorty on Nov. 17, and bluegrass band Trampled by Turtles on Dec. 8.
Actually, all the shows on the list below are big shows.
Tickets to shows at the new venue are available at jjslive.com.
Merry (music) Christmas, everyone.
JJ’s Live 2022 fall/winter lineup
Sept. 30 – Justin Moore
Oct. 7 – Hippie Sabotage
Oct. 8 – Old Crow Medicine Show
Oct. 12 – Wallows
Oct. 13 – Goose
Oct. 14 – Yung Gravy
Oct. 21 – Cooper Allen
Oct. 22 – Pecos and the Rooftops
Oct. 23 – Gov’t Mule
Oct. 24 – Highly Suspect
Oct. 25 – Gogol Bordello
Oct. 29 – Dial Up
Oct. 30 – Here Come the Mummies
Oct. 31 – Mt. Joy
Nov. 4 – The Taylor Party
Nov 5 – Cole Swindell
Nov. 11 – Waka Flocka Flame
Nov. 17 – Trombone Shorty
Nov. 18 – Mike Ryan
Dec. 8 – Trampled by Turtles / Sumbuck
Dec. 10 – Flatland Cavalry