Updated: Sep 26, 2021
Memphis Soul Revue returns to the Bridge Street Live Entertainment district's stage TONIGHT! This will be the last BSL! concert of the month. The jazz band from Memphis proved to be a big hit when delivering a high-energy and funky performance in the June concert series.
Prior to the concert, there will be an electric car display opening when the district does at 5 p.m. According to a Visit Hot Springs news release, the electric car display is sponsored by the Arkansas Electric Vehicle Association (AEVA), Adopt a Charger and Entergy Arkansas to celebrate the installation of four Level 2 – 240-volt electric vehicle charging stations at the nearby Hot Springs Visitor Center in Hill Wheatley Plaza. Those chargers are available to the public. Hill Wheatley Plaza is a short one-block walk from the Bridge Street car display.
From 5:30-6:30 p.m. DJ Terrence, a local radio host from community radio station KUHS, will be spinning "old-school house music."
BSL! concerts are free and open to the public. Alcohol sold by vendors within the district's borders can be carried and consumed within the district by anyone 21 and older. There will also be food, merchandise and art vendors. Dogs are welcome.
Numerous community members flocked to the free Bridge Street LIVE! concert held in the district last night. Memphis Soul Revue took the stage just after 7 p.m. and delivered another stellar performance, matching their last performance in the Bridge Street Live district on June 24. It was a night of music, fun, food and friends in the Spa City.