About This Event
Emotional, gut-wrenching, but still incredibly hopeful, National Park Radio’s music reverberates important themes about life, love, and difficult choices, all while echoing the enduring beauty of the band’s deep-seated roots in the Ozark Mountains. Formed in northern Arkansas in 2012, National Park Radio, headed by singer/songwriter Stefan Szabo, have infused the surrounding region (and many others as well) with their unique brand of indie folk music. Emerging from the shadows cast by giants Mumford & Sons, The Decemberists, and The Avett Brothers, NPR offers the indie folk world something a little different: An outstanding blend of incisive songwriting and organic Americana charm alongside a heritage in genuine mountain music.
This free concert pairs well with lawn chairs, blankets, and Tie & Timber's Margarita Gose, the perfect beer for a perfect Ozarks' July.
Come early to claim your spot with the uke-driven style and crafty songwriting of Symphony Ree and stay late for a nightcap under the stars with touring troubadour from Nashville (by way of SGF) Nate Fredrick.
Symphony Ree 5pm
National Park Radio 6:30pm
Nate Fredrick 8:30pm