7 Country Artists You Must See at Magic Springs This Summer
Magic Springs Theme and Waterpark in Hot Springs, Arkansas is getting ready to open for the 2022 season on May 7.
The new season at Magic Springs promises to bring you lots of thrilling rides, food, and live entertainment including this year a mystifying magic show from world-renowned magician Maxwell Blade. Right now is the time to get your season pass so you can check out all the live entertainment and concerts for free. Each season pass comes with free parking, a free friend ticket, and a souvenir bottle for the price of one day's admission but you only have until May 31, to get this deal.
As always Magic Springs has a ton of musical artists of all genres performing in the Summer Concert Series. This year there will be 5 country artists dropping in for a good time throwdown in the springs.
Here are the country artists playing at the park this year.
Matt Stell - June 4
Raised in Arkansas Matt Stell is fairly new to the country music scene in 2018 he was named the CMT Discovery Artist. Stell's single releases include "Prayed For You," and "Everywhere But On." This is going to be a homecoming you do not want to miss!
Colt Ford - June 4
Singer, songwriter, rapper, and a former professional golfer, Ford has been entertaining his fans for years with his own brand of country music mixed with a little bit of rap. He has been featured as a guest on numerous country stars' songs and albums.
Josh Turner - June 25
Turner bursts onto the country charts in 2003 with the hit, "Long Black Train" from that point there was no looking back. Other notable hits include "Your Man," Would You Go With Me," and "Firecracker." Turner's deep rich baritone vocals are what sets him apart from other country artists.
Jordan Davis - July 16
A Shreveport, Louisiana native and LSU grad, we won't hold that against him when he comes to Arkansas. Davis has been lighting up the country music charts with hits such as "Singles You Up," "Take It From Me," "Slow Dance in the Parking Lot," "Almost Maybes," and his recent hit with Luke Bryan "Buy Dirt."
Sawyer Brown - August 13
One of the most electrifying country bands of the late 80s-90s with more than 50 singles released with songs like "Step That Step," "The Walk," "Some Girls Do," "Thank God For You," they were deemed the country-pop of that era.
Shenandoah- August 13
Talk about throwing it back to the80s and 90s. Shenandoah broke onto the country music scene in 1987 with their album, The Road Not Taken. What followed was a successful string of hits well into the 90s such as "The Church On Cumberland Road," Two Dozen Roses," "Next To You, Next To Me," "The Moon Over Georgia," and countless others. Shenandoah was instantly recognized because of lead vocalist Marty Raybon.
Trace Adkins - August 27
A native of Louisiana, Adkins hit the country music charts in the early 90s and has charted over 20 singles and numerous number hits throughout his successful career. Some of his hits include, "This Ain't) No Thinkin' Thing", "Ladies Love Country Boys", "You're Gonna Miss This," "Hot Mama" "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk" and many more. Trace has also starred in numerous TV movies, reality shows, and on the big screen.
To see a complete list of artists performing this summer at Magic Springs go here.
So, load up the family and make it a summer destination to Hot Springs for some magical fun to remember with another fantastic summer concert series.