From the rockers, "Teazur" to the country sounds of "The Dusty Rose Band", you can see 16 bands in Texarkana this weekend.

I have included some youtube videos so you can see what these bands look like and how they sound. Let's see who is playing in Texarkana this weekend.

At La Fogata you can experience a big weekend full of great music. Tonight you can check out "Alley Heaston" Friday night "Aaron Ferrell and David Howe" takes the stage and Saturday night "Richard Cook" brings his Elvis act to the stage. LaFogata is located on Genoa Road just off 49.

Hopkins Icehouse in the entertainment district in downtown Texarkana will have the acoustic duo "PHED". Hopkin's Icehouse is located at 301 East 3rd Street.

Twisted Fork will feature "Randy Altembaumer" tonight. Twisted Fork is located at 5522 Summerhill Centre in Texarkana.

The 1923 Banna Club is one of Texarkana's newest spots and they have a treat for you to check out. Tonight "The Piano Man" will be there and Friday night "Travis Mathews" will take the stage.

Redbone Magic Brewing Redbone has great food and some of the best craft beer in Texarkana. Friday night you can check out "The Dusty Rose Band". And on Saturday the east Texas rockers "Teazur" are back.

Fat Jacks has some great food and the entertainment this weekend is fantastic. "Seth Patterson" will take the stage tonight.  "Lane Bricker" will be there Friday night. And Saturday night  "Kinghat" will play on the outdoor stage.

67 Landing has an awesome atmosphere and seafood and some great steaks too. "Jonathan Allen" will be there playing on Friday night. Saturday night "The Gentleman" will be on the patio.

The Hideout is Texarkana's new nightspot. Friday night you can see "HiFinn & The Blues Catz". Saturday night "Aces & 8's" takes the stage. The Hideout is located at 311 East Broad Texarkana Arkansas.

If you know of any other bands playing in Texarkana and the surrounding area please let us know so we can add them to the list. And if you are a band that is scheduled to play in Texarkana send me a link to your YouTube page so I can include your performance videos in the story.

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