JJ’s Live Announces Justin Moore, Waka Flocka Flame, Hippie Sabotage, Yung Gravy & Others


JJ’s Live, the popular Fayetteville-based music venue located at 3615 N. Steele Blvd., is known for its wide-variety of music talent it hosts. Fans of all preferred genres will likely have something to look forward to each year at the venue, and this year is no different. With a lineup featuring popular artists such as Justin Moore, Waka Flocka Flame, Hippie Sabotage, Yung Gravy and others, each guest is bound to find a performance to enjoy.


There are three shows left for the September lineup at JJ’s Live, starting with country artist Jon Langston on Sept. 16. Rounding out the weekend is renowned Texas rock band Bowling for Soup on Sept. 18, who you’ll either know for hits like “1985” or as the band from Phineas and Ferb, depending on your age. 


On Sept. 30, country artist Justin Moore will perform with special guest Kinch. All proceeds from that show will go to support the Razorback Foundation. 


A wide variety of talent will be visiting JJ’s Live throughout October, starting on Oct. 7 with the electronic music duo Hippie Sabotage. Americana band and Grand Ole Opry inductees Old Crow Medicine Show will make an appearance on Oct. 8. 


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The next week will see alternative rock group Wallows on Oct. 12 and jam band Goose on Oct. 13. Kicking off that weekend is a show that is sure to be a hit with moms – at least, if the artist himself has anything to say about it – as rapper Yung Gravy will be making a stop in Fayetteville on Oct. 14.


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The end of the month is even more packed with talent. JJ’s Live will host country artist Cooper Alan on Oct. 21 and Texas-based group Pecos and the Rooftops on Oct. 22. 


Gov’t Mule, a Southern rock band and side project for Allman Brothers Band guitarist Warren Haynes, will visit on Oct. 23. Rock group Highly Suspect will be close behind on Oct. 24 as part of the Midnight Demon Club tour. Punk rock outfit Gogol Bordello will visit the venue on Oct. 25, while ‘90s party band Dial Up will finish out the week on Oct. 29. 


Ramping up towards Halloween, Here Come the Mummies will bring their self-described brand of “terrifying funk” to JJ’s Live on Oct. 30 on their Pyramid Scream tour, along with special guest and musically-gifted cryptid Saxsquatch. To clarify: yes, Bigfoot plays the saxophone. Don’t miss out on the chance to get your very own blurry photos of the artist before he disappears into the woods (again). 


On the spookiest night of the year, Oct. 31, music lovers can enjoy a show by indie rock band Mt. Joy and special guest group The Brook & The Bluff


Rolling into November, fans will want to act swiftly to get their tickets for Taylor Swift Night on Nov. 4 to celebrate the anniversary of her album “1989”. The show is not officially affiliated with the artist in any capacity and will be for ages 18 and older. 


On Nov. 5, country artist Cole Swindell and special guests Ashley Cooke and Dylan Marlowe will perform. In great news for anyone who has been to a college party since 2010, the one and only Waka Flocka Flame will be in Fayetteville on Nov. 11. 


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Finishing out the month are New Orleans musician Trombone Shorty on Nov. 17 and country artist Mike Ryan on Nov. 18. 


Bluegrass-inspired folk group Trampled by Turtles will kick off the lineup of December shows on Dec. 8, along with guest artist Sumbuck. Flatland Cavalry will bring their blend of Americana, folk and country to JJ’s Live on Dec. 10. 


For most shows, the doors will open at 6 p.m. with music slated to start at 7:30 p.m. 


For more details and ticket information, visit JJ’s Live online


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