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Anthony Ball Presents Justin Logan Trio and Michael Fields Jr.

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Momentary Green

Bring your lawn chairs and celebrate summer with a family-friendly, live, outdoor concert on the Momentary Green! Guest curator Anthony Ball presents a Mid-South regional songwriter showcase featuring Justin Logan and Michael Fields Jr. The night will kick off with the new sound of Midwest roots music from blues/rock rising star Justin Logan, followed with smooth jazz by nationally acclaimed artist Michael Fields Jr., who is currently riding national charts with his highly anticipated single “Get Up On It.”

Presented on the Coca-Cola Stage.

Free, registration required. Tickets are limited.


  • Arrive early! Circles will be outlined on the Momentary Green to ensure social distancing is taking place. We recommend arriving starting at 7 p.m. to claim your preferred circle and set up your space. Feel free to bring your own lawn chair or blanket.
  • The Momentary requires face coverings for ages 10 and older. Face shields and face coverings with exhaust valves or vents are not allowed. Masks will be available for those who may have forgotten theirs at home.
  • Hungry or thirsty? Enjoy the culinary creations of the Momentary Food Truck and fun beverages from the RØDE Bar. Open until 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. in the Arvest Bank Courtyard.



Curator Anthony Ball is a Northwest Arkansas musician and entrepreneur. His booking agency, Smoothman Music Productions, provides premier entertainment for corporate shows, festivals, and private events.  Anthony’s newest venture is Music Moves, a nonprofit he co-founded to educate and engage the community through Black music. When Anthony is not performing on stage, you’ll find him producing shows for live and virtual performances, coordinating high-profile events, and working with community leaders to promote inclusion.



Justin Logan is an Oklahoma multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer. As obsessive as he is talented, Logan brings something new and exciting to the ever-steady Oklahoma scene. Popular Oklahoma music blog Make Oklahoma Weirder described the live experience as: “a combination of pop, rock, and soul into a slick blend that helps him stand out from other singer-songwriters. At Norman Music Fest, he and his band caught up with friends and electrified the Bluebonnet Bar Stage with a groove-filled late Thursday night set.”

Described as “one of Oklahoma’s best and brightest” by Oklahoma Songwriter’s Podcast, Logan splits his time between producing records in his Ada-based studio, playing guitar for Chance Anderson Band, and pumping out his own music.



North Carolina native Michael Fields Jr. is a national recording artist, currently composing and producing Billboard Top 30 hits. As a bassist, Fields has performed with Marcus Miller, Tom Brown, Ronnie Laws, and Peabo Bryson, recording with notable artists such as Ben Tankard, Walter Beasley, Tom Braxton, Darren Rahn, Tim Bowman, Marcus Anderson, Julian Vaughn, Lin Rountree, Donald Hayes,  Phil Denny. You can hear Fields’s music on smooth jazz stations worldwide with significant recognition on Sirius XM Watercolors, The Smooth Jazz Network, and America’s Music Charts. Fields credits the music of Victor Wooten, Stanley Clark, Bootsie Collins, and the late great Wayman Tisdale as his musical inspiration. Fields currently resides in Northwest Arkansas.