FRIDAY 11/11-SATURDAY 11/12. The Bakery District, 70 S. Seventh Street, Fort Smith. $25 weekend pass, $15 single-day tickets.  

With an aim “to champion and create space for the more experimental side of music, film, dance and visual art” across the state, this two-evening series features performances from Matt Magerkurth, Kevin Blagg, Damian Cheek, Stringsmen + BAANG, The Drowned, Job Smoot, Thomas Echols, and Leon Carlo featuring Serrano-Torres in which “the genre of music is undefined,” a release states, “but will include elements of post classical, ambient, electronic, solo instruments, modular synth and a rapper paired with string quartet.”


Curated by Amos Cochran — a composer whose inventive works for strings, electronics and modified upright piano earned him a 2010 Kennedy Center Excellence in Composing Award — ArcadeNow is funded through the Northwest Arkansas-based Artists 360 Community Activator grant provided by the Mid-America Arts Alliance. Get tickets on Eventbrite.


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