Four springtime music road trips to take in your 2019 Fiat 500 — on only one tank of gas!

March 28th, 2019 by

March is here, and that means it is almost time to shrug off the winter coats, put away the heavy blankets, and get out there to find adventure! With fuel economy of up to 30 miles per gallon, getting there in your new 2019 Fiat 500 is easier on the budget than it is in just about any other car around, and that’s before we start talking about the starting price: just $16,245! All that and incredible European styling too? Who could ask for anything more?  

Spring and summer means road trips and music events, and there is no better road tripping machine when you’re on a budget than the 2019 Fiat 500, which features a range of up to 315 miles on a single, 10.5 gallon tank of gas. Seen below are our suggestions for four great spring music destinations you can reach from Northwest Arkansas in a 2019 Fiat 500 on a single tank of gas. Check out our suggestions and then — if you’re ready to buy a 2019 Fiat 500 in Fayetteville  — stop in at McLarty Daniel Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Fiat of Springdale for a test drive, or shop our selection of 2019 Fiat models online right now!

The Beale Street Music Festival
Memphis, Tennessee
May 3-5
Distance from NWA: 305 miles

While the summers in Memphis can be muggy and hot, springtime in the crown jewel city of the Mississippi Delta region is a joy. May in Memphis is made even sweeter every year by the always star-studded Beale Street Music Festival. One of the premiere outdoor music festivals in the south, the three-day event is held on ten big stages strung along historic Beale Street, and the $55 day ticket gets you in to see everything on that day. If you want to go big, a $649 VIP Experience ticket will get you up close and personal to all the stars. This year’s event includes such musical luminaries as Cardi B, Shinedown, Dave Matthews Band, G-Eazy, Khalid, One Republic, Charlie Wilson and more. For full details, visit the festival website online at www.memphisinmay.org.

Jimmy Buffett & The Coral Reefer Band
North Little Rock, Ark., Verizon Arena
June 6, 8 p.m.
Distance from NWA: 202 miles

With his laid-back vibe, fun lyrics and catalogue of beach-loving tunes like “Margaritaville,” “Come Monday,” “Cheeseburger in Paradise,” and “It’s 5 O’Clock Somewhere,” Jimmy Buffett has been encouraging audiences to put on their flip flops and Hawaiian shirt, slow down and live a little since the mid-1970s, basking in a hang-ten ethos that draws hordes of devoted fans — called “Parrotheads” — to his shows wherever he plays. It’s been a few years since Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band brought their traveling carnival of good times and old favorites to Central Arkansas, but they’re coming back in early June for Buffett’s “Son of a Sailor” Tour 2019. Named after Buffett’s famous 1978 album of the same name, the show promises to be almost as much fun as a trip to the Redneck Riviera for Spring Break, and the margarita-drenched tailgating outside the arena before the show is always almost as good as the concert itself. Tickets range are $29, $76 or $146. For more information, visit verizonarena.com.

Rocklahoma!
May 24-26
Pryor, Oklahoma
Distance from NWA: 80 miles

Are you ready to rock? We’ve got some good news then, metalheads: it’s almost time for Rocklahoma! Held every year in May just outside the little town of Pryor, Oklahoma, the annual Rocklahoma! outdoor music festival has grown year by year into one of the biggest rock music events anywhere in the United States, bringing in some of the biggest acts of today and yesteryear for three huge days of headbanging, screaming guitars, and amps that go to 11. This year’s event is like an all-you-can-eat buffet of metal, with scheduled appearances by over 50 acts, including Ozzy Osbourne, Seether, Shinedown, In This Moment, Disturbed, Bad Wolves, Bush, Gwar, In, Slaughter, Steel Panther, Lita Ford and dozens of other big names. Best of all, in your 2019 Fiat 500, you can get there AND BACK from Northwest Arkansas on a single tank, with plenty of fuel leftover for touring beautiful downtown Pryor. Full weekend tickets are $154 right now, but will go up as the show approaches. For more info, visit their website at rocklahoma.com.

Kicker Country Stampede
June 20-22
Manhattan, Kansas
Distance from NWA: 312 miles

Country music more your style? Then dig out your best ripped blue jeans, shine up your old cowboy boots, hop in your 2019 Fiat 500 and get ready for one of America’s best outdoor country music festivals, the Kicker Country Stampede in Manhattan, Kansas! Sponsored by premium speaker maker Kicker, the Kicker Country Stampede offers camping on site for a fee, plus a lineup of some of the best and most awarded acts in country music history. This year’s Kicker Country Stampede lineup includes modern and old favorite country stars including: Jason Aldean, Old Dominion, Jake Owen, Morgan Wallen, Michael Ray, Clint Black and literally dozens of others you know and love. Tickets start at $79 for a day pass or $140 for three-day general admission, all the way up to $999 “Club 100” tickets that get you access to free drinks, an air conditioned lounge with rooftop viewing deck, private performances, and more. For more info, visit their website at countrystampede.com



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