"Local Bands, Local Brews, Local Bites" is an event that celebrates our downtown and everything it has to offer.

On Thursday you can experience the local brews, the local bites, and a great local band. The vent begins at 7 pm and is a two-hour event that will go on until 9 pm at Hopkins Icehouse in the historic downtown Texarkana entertainment district.

This awesome event will feature Texarkana favorite's "Trophy Husband" band. If you have never heard of them here are a couple of great recent performances by the band.

This great event is made possible by the good folks at Texar Federal Credit Union. Here is what they had to say about Thursday's event:

Thanks to the City of Texarkana, Arkansas, and Hopkins Icehouse for partnering with us! Also, thanks to the City of Texarkana, TX for allowing us to use their awesome stage!

This is a free event and a great chance to experience the great food and drinks from Hopkin's Icehouse and you get to listen to some great live music from "Trophy Husband".

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Please make sure to bring your lawn chairs to be able to enjoy this great outdoor concert. The Forecast for Thursday night is looking great with temperatures expected to be in the low 50's.

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