Zac and Hannah Dunlap aren’t new to Heber Springs, having performed here at least three times this past summer. Known as the Zac Dunlap Band, they released their first album in October of 2014. In 2016 they began their second tour across the mid-south and in 2017 feeling that a lot of southern states had songs but Arkansas did not, Dunlap wrote “Arkansas Mine” to reflect how he felt about his home state. They filmed a video at War Memorial Summer that has had tens of thousands of views on YouTube. In addition to their music they have founded a charity, “Jammin for Youth”, that gives back to kids that play sports and have financial hardships. They are also owners of a popular central Arkansas music performance studio, “Jettway Performance”. If you enjoyed their shows at Rock the Dock or the Cleburne County Fair then you are in for a treat again. They will be performing at the Anglers Expo at 9 a.m. on March 3 at the Heber Springs Community Center.

Following the Zac Dunlap Band will be newcomer, Addison Johnson. Johnson has been on quite a busy tour this year, including many fishing-industry related stops. He recently played the FLW College National Championship and BFL All-American, and will play the FLW Costa Championship in early November. In addition, he presented seminars and performed at expos like the St. Louis Boat & Sportshow, Tennessee Boat & Fishing Show, and Columbus Fishing Expo.   Addison has recently launched a successful fishing industry blog at

At 3 p.m. The Legendary Pacers, who have spent the last 63 years playing music. In August, 2017, they lost Sonny Burgess who had led the band for years. As the saying goes, “The Show Must Go On,” and according to manager (and band member) Bobby Crafford they “Still Want to Boogie”. Over their career they have been honored by Rockabilly Hall of Fame, Hot Springs Walk of Fame, Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame, NDT Hall of Fame in Europe, Arkansas Governor’s Award, Rock and Soul Museum Memphis, Arkansas Travelers Award, Sonny Payne Blues Award and appeared on Million Dollar Quartet show as guests. Put your dancing shoes on and come to boogie.

According to their website, the Rotary Club of Cleburne County Arkansas will host the Annual Anglers Expo and Outdoor Show, featuring a huge variety of vendors, special events and displays in the fishing, hunting, camping, and general outdoor activities. The expo will be held in Heber Springs, Arkansas in the Community Center.

The Anglers Expo & Outdoor Show is a project of the Rotary Club of Cleburne County Arkansas. The expo is produced, promoted and managed by volunteers who are members of Rotary.

Ticket prices are: Adults: $5.00 for the Friday Expo only. Adults: $10.00 for Saturday.

Includes Expo, Seminars & Chili Tasting   Buy 3 tickets & get the 4th ticket for free.           Children Age 10 & Under: Free. Hours are Friday 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Hourly Seminars on Fishing and Outdoor Activities and Demonstrations of Products:

10:00 am - 10:50 pm: Seminar Room 1: AGFC - Kyle Swallow - Trout on the Little Red

11:00 am - 11:50 am: Seminar Room 1: Sulphur Creek Outfitters: Paddling and boating law, river etiquette & paddling safety seminar with Mike Story of the AGFC “Door prizes will be given away at this seminar”

12:00 pm - 12:50 pm: Seminar Room 1: Lowell Meyers - Trout Magnet & Crappie Magnet

1:00 pm - 1:50 pm: Seminar Room 1: Cody Smith - Fish Greers Ferry

2:00 pm - 2:50 pm: Outside By Pond: Sulphur Creek Outfitters - Paddling Technique and Standup Paddleboard Demo

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm: Outside By Pond: How to setup your fly rod & real - Greg Seaton, Afterwards

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm: Outside by pond: Fly casting demonstrations with Greg Seaton & Frank Barton 

3:00 pm - 3:50 pm: Seminar Room 1: Wayne Stewart - Catchin Crappie Guide Service

4:00 pm - 4:50 pm: Seminar Room 1: Tommy Cauley - Fish Finder Guide Service

Schedule of Music entertainment on the main stage in the Expo room:

9:00am - 11:00am: The Zac Dunlap Band - Zac and Hannah Dunlap are country music musicians, singers and songwriters from Little Rock, Arkansas.

12:00pm - 1:30pm: Addison Johnson - County music musician and competitive Kayak fisherman

3:00pm - 5:00pm: The Legendary Pacers - Variety of music from soul, blues and rockabilly.