Can you believe that Hempstead Hall in Hope, Arkansas is getting ready to celebrate its 10-year Anniversary? To commemorate the special occasion they have announced a special concert with the Plain White T’s – Live in Concert. 

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The Plain White T's had a string of hits on the charts from 2005 to 2013, like their song Hey There, Delilah which received two Grammy nominations in 2008 and a nomination for Monster Single of the Year at the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards. The band was also nominated for New Artist of the Year at the American Music Awards. They won several awards including 2007 Teen Choice Award for Choice Summer Song and the MTVu Woodie Awards in 2006 for Best Emerging Artist.

They have had other great songs top the charts like 1,2,3,4, Rhythm of Love, The Giving Tree, Spaghetti Tattoo and more.

This will be Hempstead Hall's very first pop, contemporary music concert and this will be a great concert as it kicks off the venue's 10-year anniversary celebration.

The concert will be on Saturday, June 17 with the performance starting at 7 PM.


Tickets are on sale now online at You can also buy tickets over the phone by calling (870) 722-8565. Tickets will also be available for purchase at the box office on the day of the show June 17.

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For all the information about Hempstead Hall’s upcoming concert series, like the Marshall Tucker Band at the Hope Watermelon Festival and more at the website. You can also keep up with more information on their Facebook page.

Hempstead Hall is located on the campus of the University of Arkansas at Hope. Check out some of their videos below!


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