Hempstead Hall in Hope nominated for Arkansas Country Music Hall of the Year


HOPE, Ark. – Hempstead Hall, the performing arts and conference center on the Hope Campus of the University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana, has been nominated for the Arkansas Country Music Awards Venue of the Year.

Voting takes place March 1-14 online at arkansasmusic.org/vote.

The annual Arkansas Country Music Awards red carpet event held June 6 at Reynolds Performance Hall in Conway, Arkansas focuses on the rich music scene and history of the Natural State by honoring legends, independent artists and professionals. Information about the event and the ACMA, as well as a full list of past and present winners and nominees, can be found at arkansasmusic.org/online.

Hempstead Hall, the modern 65,000 square foot building, opened in January 2013 and has since hosted country artists such as Travis Tritt, Clint Black, the Charlie Daniels Band, Sarah Evans, Lorrie Morgan, John Anderson and Gene Watson .

The Oak Ridge Boys will be the next country gig on April 29. Tickets are on sale now and available at HempsteadHall.com online or by calling the box office at 870-722-8565 during regular business hours.

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