MusicFest 34 returns for another amazing weekend of music on Friday, Oct. 7, and Saturday, Oct. 8, in the downtown historic El Dorado, Arkansas.

Two big days, four stages, and over twenty-five musical acts featuring Shenandoah, Chayce Beckham, Mitch Rossell, Mae Estes, Josh Walker and the
Tannehill Band, The Karla Case Band, and many more performing at South Arkansas' largest outdoor music event.
There will be tribute party bands and regional live entertainment as well. MusicFest 34 has something for everyone with family events, festival food & shopping, cook-off contests, and much much more.


Beth Brumley, El Dorado MusicFest
Beth Brumley, El Dorado MusicFest

After 17 years apart, this legendary country band is back on the stage like they never stopped with hits like Two Dozen Roses”, Church on Cumberland Road” and Next to You, Next to Me” as well as the classics I Want to be Loved Like That” and the Grammy-winning Somewhere in the Vicinity of the Heart”. They have recorded nine studio albums and placed 26 singles on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart and have left a potent legacy on country music radio.

Chayce Beckham

Beth Brumley, El Dorado MusicFest
Beth Brumley, El Dorado MusicFest

Chayce Beckham is one of the most talked about newcomers in Country
music today, having won over a million fans while competing on
ABCs American Idol. Nicknamed by superstar Katy Perry as
the heart of
Beckham became the first show winner to claim the title with an
original song. Singer, songwriter, and entertainer 25-year-old Beckhams
music has quickly shot to the top of both the iTunes Country and All Genre
charts, racking up more than 85 million on-demand streams.

Festival times are 5 pm until midnight on Friday, October 7, and 9 am until midnight on Saturday, October 8.

Beth Brumley, El Dorado MusicFest
Beth Brumley, El Dorado MusicFest

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