Please join us for FPL's 2019 Mountain Street Stage Summer Music Series featuring National Park Radio, delivering a blend of folk, country, bluegrass, and rock, echoing the beauty of the band's deep-seated roots in the Ozark Mountains.

With compelling songwriting, enthusiastic energy and moving vocals, National Park Radio delivers a unique blend of folk, country, bluegrass, and rock, bringing a fresh but familiar sound reminiscent of Mumford & Sons and the Avett Brothers. Emotional, gut-wrenching, but hopeful, National Park Radio's music reverberates important themes about life, love, and difficult choices. Formed in Harrison, Arkansas in 2012, singer/songwriter Stefan Szabo and his compatriots have infused the surrounding region and many others as well, with their unique brand of indie folk music.

This concert is free, open to the public and made possible by the generosity of Gerald and Jolene Klingaman. Kids and families are welcome. Be sure to wear your dancing shoes! If you are unable to attend this event in person, it will be available for viewing and replay via our FPL Livestream page at

For more information call the Help Desk at 479.856.7250

Upcoming concerts:

June 16: The Ashtyn Barbaree Band-An international touring young indie-Americana singer/songwriter from Fayetteville, Arkansas. She has a smoky yet silky voice often accompanied by a tenor 8 string ukulele.

June 23: Jenna & The Soul Shakers-A six-piece New Orleans influenced band based out of Northwest Arkansas, that cover a gumbo of musical styles from soul to blues and beyond.

June 30: Rochelle Bradshaw & Hypnotion-A reggae fusion band headed by Bradshaw who has worked hard to perfect her authentic yet original reggae sound and thought-provoking lyrics.

July 7: Jesse Dean Co.-Singer/songwriter who hails from Winslow, Arkansas. He plays edgy songs of the south, smooth and blue, soaked in the sounds of the delta, revved up Texas boogie, richly electric rough-hewn southern rock played solid and clean.

July 14: The Spring Garden Septet-A creative jazz endeavor led by Ryan Ashworth. The group will feature original compositions by Ryan Ashworth as well as arrangements of songs by Sun Ra, Thelonious Monk and other titans of jazz.

July 21: Atlantis Aquarius-Born from the stars and rooted in Texas, Atlantis Aquarius was dreamed up by the seasoned artist as a way to bring to life a mix of Americana roots, southern psychedelic, blues, and a hint of obscurity.

July 28: Paper Moon Shiners-An Austin, Texas duo who specialize in vintage songs and originals inspired by American music from the early twentieth century. Their old-timey sensibility and vaudeville undertones command an infectiously entertaining show with cracker blues, vintage jazz, swing, ragtime,   Americana roots, and folk.