Music
Walmart AMP Events

Jimmy Buffett & The Coral Reefer Band

Northwest Arkansas, the wait is over. Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band will perform at the Walmart AMP on Tuesday, September 14th at 8pm, as part of Jimmy Buffett’s Life On the Flip Side Tour 2021.

Thursday, June 9, 2022
8:00pm
Gates open at 6:30pm. Music starts at 8pm.
Rates/Admission Prices

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Location
Walmart AMP
5079 W. Northgate Road
Rogers, AR 72758
Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday 10am-5pm by phone only
In-person one hour prior to most performances

Local Parrotheads won't want to miss their chance to soak in the full Margaritaville experience.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band to the Walmart AMP for their first performance,” says Brian Crowne, vice president of the Walmart AMP. “It will absolutely be 2021’s must attend party of the year as great music and summer vibes take over the Walmart AMP. You won’t want to miss it!”

Jimmy released two albums last year. The Parrot Heads had a hand in one of them when they were asked what little-known Jimmy Buffett songs would you like him to revisit? That question, posted on social media, prompted tens of thousands of replies. Once the votes were tallied, Jimmy and his daughter, Delaney Buffett, a filmmaker, started to shoot a new video every week for his website – currently over four million views for the series! Now it’s an acoustic album and a labor of love: Songs You Don’t Know By Heart.

This release comes on the heels of his very successful record (#2 debut), Life On The Flip Side, his first studio album in seven years. Produced by long-time Coral Reefers Michael Utley and Mac McAnally, the record contains 14 new songs, and a 60+ page booklet featuring exclusive content including lyrics, special photos from Jimmy’s collection, his stories behind the songs, and more.

Also, in 2020, Jimmy was inducted into the Mississippi Songwriters Hall Of Fame. “It’s a long way from the Pascagoula run and my early days growing up in Mississippi certainly had an impact on the way I wrote songs and what I wrote about,” said Jimmy. “So, thank you Mississippi for that.”