With frosty temperatures settling in for the winter season, live outdoor music events are hard to come by this time of year. But the Momentary, known for its Live on the Green concerts in downtown Bentonville, is continuing to hold great music events through the winter and spring with its new Live at the RØDE House indoor music series.
Large enough to hold the energy of a crowd but small enough to keep concerts intimate, the Momentary’s state-of-the-art RØDE House will host rising stars and award-winning artists like Astral Project, Junior Brown, Little Joe and La Familia, and more as they bring their signature sounds to NWA.
If you’re looking for great live music, here are a few shows coming up this January you won’t want to miss:
Adeem the Artist — January 5
With just the right mix of powerful modern lyrics, classic Americana sound, and a dash of comedic style, Adeem the Artist cooks up a refreshingly authentic dish of twang-studded gospel that reflects their journey as a Queer country musician.
Soccer Mommy — January 13
Known for her killer combination of melancholy lyrics, grungy riffs, and layered synths, this alt-rock rising star has been making waves in the Indie scene after her album Color Theory reached the Top 10 on Billboard’s Alternative chart in 2020.
Astral Project — January 26
Junior Brown — January 27
Saddle up for a night of Grammy-nominated, toe-tapping country as Junior Brown brings his 60+ years of expertly creating twangy tunes and down-home vibes to the RØDE House.
Ready to plan your next musical adventure? Get tickets and see the full lineup at theMomentary.org/Music