Klipsch® Music Festival
Fair Park · Hope, Arkansas
June 11, 2011 · 3p.m. to Midnight
Black WaterA hot new orignal sound that is helping to transform a new southern rock feel to some heavy infectious grooves.
Hazy JaneSmall town band with big talent who have rocked every local venue in the Texarkana area.
The Night Hawk BandOffering a variety of sounds including classic country, progressive country, blues, rock and a touch of blue grass
Jason Helms BandElectrifies the stage with a mixture of finely honed songwriting and hell-raising stage performances.
Liquid KittyEdgy Rock, Female and Male Roaring 80's, 90's, current and Dance Tunes to Rock your socks off!!
Meet me where the music is
Klipsch Music Festival and Charity EventIn 1946, Paul W. Klipsch founded Klipsch on a deep-rooted love of music. PWK's ultimate goal was to reproduce the excitement of a live orchestra performance in his living room. His dream became a reality with the legendary Klipschorn, a speaker that's stayed in production for over 60 years– yeah, it's that good.
Everything Klipsch does today reflects Paul's no-compromise spirit and a commitment to delivering the world's most powerful, detailed and emotional sound reproduction.
As a way to honor our founder, fans and the lifelike sound our speakers recreate, we're hosting this special all-ages concert on June 11, with performances by various country, rock and blues musicians. The concert is free and everyone is welcome.
Summer PilgrimageWe're hosting the Klipsch Music Festival in conjunction with our annual summer pilgrimage, an event that started in 2001 at the request of loyal Klipsch online forum fans.
The 2011 pilgrimage weekend will take place June 10–12 in Hope, Arkansas—where the Klipsch legacy began in 1946. If you would like to attend, you must join our forum and RSVP there as tour space is limited.
If the past is any indication, this year's celebration of everything Klipsch will bring a significant number of people from around the country to the company's manufacturing facility. Pilgrimage guests are typically members of the klipsch.com online forum community, currently made up of over 41,000 registered users. Join today!
"Much like the Grateful Dead generated a tightly knit community of 'Deadheads' through its concert experiences, we've inspired our own set of dedicated cult-status followers by way of our on-line forum," said Amy Unger, klipsch.com forum moderator. "For many of these forum members, visiting Klipsch is like visiting the 'promised land'."
Pilgrims will take a behind-the-scenes tour of the Klipsch manufacturing facility where we build and/or assemble our Heritage Series, THX Ultra2, custom home theater products, professional cinema systems, select Reference Series models and the flagship Palladium Series models.
Fans will also interact with staff and participate in new product listening sessions, where they are encouraged to provide feedback to engineering staff.
Museum of Audio History Video
"Wow. What a great day! Many thanks to the Klipsch team ... Great facility, great people and great products. First class all the way around ..."
-Chad Miller, West Lafayette, Indiana
"The whole experience was unforgettable."
-Patrick Gonzales, Cheyenne, Wyoming e
"I can't thank Klipsch enough for the whole weekend."
-Glenn Mosby, Allen Park, Michigan
Additional InformationWhen: June 11, 2011
Where: Fair Park; Hope, Arkansas
Time: 3 p.m. to Midnight
Music Genres: Country, Rock, Jazz and Blues
- All-Ages Show
- Food and Drinks Available*
- NO Alcohol Permitted
- Lawn Seating Only– Chairs and Blankets Permitted
If you're interested in attending...
just show up and be prepared to have a good time.
Join the PilgrimageIf you're interested in attending the Pilgrimage (tour and listening sessions), you must join our forum