The Ark-La-Tex is pretty blessed when it comes to live music, both with bands that live and work here and others that come drifting through every now and again. Let's check out who is playing where this first weekend of the New Year around town.

Twisted Fork - Friday 1/6

Friday night it's Danny Maxey and the Gang.

5522 Summerhill Rd

Redbone Magic Brewing -

Wes Jeans is throwing a birthday blowout Friday night starting around 7:30 PM.

1304 Texas Blvd
903) 306-0822

Fat Jacks Oyster and Sports Bar - Friday 1/6

Friday night it's acoustic music with Chance Miller and Chris Ryland.

3324 N State Line Ave

67 Landing - Saturday 1/7

Saturday night don't miss Alex & Liv starting at 7 PM. Call 903-838-4745 for more details.
8400 W 7th St

Whiskey River Country - Saturday 1/7

Country music cover band Locked & Loaded.

310 E 49TH ST

1923 Banana Club - Saturday 1/7

The SmittyG Experience, starts at 8 PM.

223 Front St. - Facebook Page

SmittyG Experience - SmittyG
SmittyG Experience - SmittyG

Perot Theatre - Saturday 1/7

Elvis Impersonator Travis Powell at 7 PM.

321 W 3rd St - Facebook Page

Hopkins Icehouse - Saturday 1/7

Haily Wright starts playing at 8 PM.

301 East 3rd St. - Facebook Page

The Arrow Bar - Saturday 1/7

Seth Patterson starts at 9 PM.

110 E 36th St  - Facebook Page

If you know about other bands playing in and around the Texarkana area, please let us know so we can add them to the list.

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