Allen & Baber: Back at Home
Friday, October 28, 2016 at 7:30 p.m.Buy Tickets Now
Enjoy a night of acoustic music, expertly performed by some of the most successful musicians from the University of Central Arkansas. These five talented performers are making it big in the music industry across the country, and they’re coming back home to Bear Country to rock Reynolds Performance Hall at their alma mater.
Kris Allen, Barrett Baber, Matthew Huff, Adam Hambrick and Hannah Blaylock are five UCA alumni who are coming together for one night to provide a spectacular musical experience on the UCA campus this fall.
Conway native Kris Allen attended UCA in 2003 and became a household name when he won the eighth season of the popular reality television show “American Idol” on Fox. He has since released four studio albums, had two top 20 Billboard Hot 100 hits and tours the nation performing. Known for his humanitarianism, charity/missionary work and fundraising efforts, Allen has traveled the world organizing and participating in a plethora of philanthropic events.
Barrett Baber graduated from UCA in 2006 with a degree in public relations and is now an alternative country and country rock musician who won third place on season nine of NBC’s hit show “The Voice.” Baber’s singing audition received a four-chair turn and he immediately became a member of team Blake Shelton. Since the show, Baber signed with William Morris Endeavor, the world’s largest booking agency, toured with Rascal Flatts in Las Vegas and teamed up with Coca-Cola’s “Share a Coke and a Song” campaign, which features Baber’s lyrics on bottles of Coke.
All five of these renowned musicians will be featured in the Fall 2016 edition of the UCA Magazine.
Tickets are $25 for the general public, and $10 for UCA students who show UCA ID. There are no discounts or complimentary tickets available. Proceeds from the concert will benefit the Main Stage Education Series, which is the educational program at Reynolds that offers Central Arkansas students professional, daytime productions with direct curriculum connections that expose them to the arts and reinforce classroom teaching in an engaging, memorable way.
Reynolds Performance Hall hosts over 250 events each year! In addition to our own season of events, we are home to Conway Symphony Orchestra, Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre and so much more! Click on our calendar to see everything coming to Reynolds Performance Hall.