In The Atrium
DATE: Thursday, March 4, 7pm
LOCATION: Walker Atrium at Walton Arts Center
TICKETS: FREE with reservation
While attending this event, please follow these protocols for your safety and the safety of others:
- Do not move tables or chairs. Stay seated at your designated table during the concert unless you are visiting concessions or the restroom.
- Wear your mask when moving through the venue and while seated at your table, unless you are actively eating or drinking.
- Wash your hands regularly. Hand sanitizing stations are available for use throughout the venue.
Route 358 is a string trio best known for their rich harmonies, original music and playful live performances, bending and blending Americana music at its finest. They pride themselves on staying true to their acoustic roots and imaginative storytelling, connecting with their fans along the way.
The band has been touring for the past four years regionally, reaching as far as Colorado and gaining a large organic base of followers at live shows and on social media. Route 358’s live session video, “Fragile Hearts” was selected as one of the top entries from Arkansas in the NPR Tiny Desk competition and led to a showcase at the Arkansas NPR Tiny Desk event in 2019. For the past three years, Route 358 has been nominated by the Arkansas Country Music Awards for Americana Artist of the Yearand was selected as showcase artists at both the John Hartford Memorial Festival and Mid-West Folk Alliance.
Their first LP Fragile Hearts received national and international air play while their sophomore LP Peregrination I, released in September 2020, continues down that same trajectory, with positive reviews from the media and regular radio play.