April 16

This Holy House

Conway rockers, This Holy House, make their return to Bear’s Den Pizza!  With tunes that could be described as Americana, Indie, and Rock, with a little Folk and southern influence. The music ranges from ambient, sombre ballads, to high-energy foot-stomping anthems. There’s always one definite when THH comes to BDP….and they never disappoint. A must see show.


May 11

Straight from Indiana, Modoc brings a naggressive style of guitar-
driven rock n’ roll and the band’s need to be loud. Since their
earliest days of summoning cops with noise complaints to
their practices, the members of the band have always cherished
doing one thing above all else, and that is playing live shows
and mastering the art of “wowing” audiences.

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May 25

Damn Arkansan
The music of alt-country heroes like Dawes and early Wilco flows through the veins of Damn Arkansan along with a little bit of Ben Kweller’s pop sensibility. The result is a breed of music that bridges the gap between Americana and indie rock.



May 28

New York City Queens

Huge Bear’s Den Pizza favorites, New York City Queens are coming back!! From all the way down in Houston, Texas, the Queens mash together pretty much every type of pop imaginable, from surf-pop riffage to jangly, Elliott Smith-esque folk to ’70s-retro power pop to shimmery dreampop to head-nodding, upbeat New Wave, and heat it up ’til it all melts and intermingles and mixes, coming out a candy-colored, thoroughly great pop-rock amalgam that’s just about impossible for a pop-song fanatic to resist. Some bands take years to hit their stride — these guys only needed 10 months.


June 22

Cody Jasper

Cody Jasper brings an eclectic mix of musical experiences, tastes, and vibes. The root of their music reaches deep into the fundamentals of blues and classic rock with a twist of indie & pop. Like if you put Jimi Hendrix, the Black Keys, and Stevie Ray Vaughn into a blender!

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