Memorial Park Chautauqua Amphitheater

July 23, 2022- 6:00 p.m.  Whisky Outlaws and Traci Manos

Traci Rae Manos

Traci Rae Manos also known as Ozark Daughter, is a poet and folk singer-songwriter based in Northwest Arkansas. A sixth-generation Arkansan, her work explores connections to kin, land, and lore. Manos’s fourth recording, Ozark Daughter, was released in October 2021. Thirteen all-original songs by Manos make up the Ozark Daughter album which was recorded by Jason Miller at RedBarn Studio and mixed and mastered by Sam Duncan at Red Beard Sound in Siloam Springs. The album features Manos on acoustic guitar and lead vocals; Ben Bergstrom on mandolin, percussion, and harmony vocals; David Farley on dobro and banjo; Brandon Wimberly on bass guitar; Steven Hamilton on fiddle; Brach Siemens on electric guitar; and Bob Coleman on harmonica. 

Manos has performed musically for audiences in the USA, UK, and Germany. Her three previous recordings are available on Spotify, YouTube, iTunes, and Amazon. YouTube: “Ozark Daughter Music”

Traci manos

Whisky Outlaws

The band Whisky Outlaws was created by Corey Reagin and Thaddeus Morton. Their band fuses the more polished and clean-cut sound of the mainstream country artists of the 1990s with the sounds and influences of red dirt country (bands like Turnpike Troubadours and Jason Boland and the Stragglers). (Brad Paisley, Alan Jackson)


In 2019, shortly after moving to Joplin from various regions of the nation—Corey from South Carolina and Thaddeus from Montana—Corey and Thaddeus met. Whisky Outlaws was formed within two months after the band members first met at Joplin, Missouri's Palen Music Center. With the addition of father-son rhythm section David and Joe Ebbs, the guys' four-piece band was completed

Whisky outlaws
the band Fresh Rain standing on the sidewalk

Welcome to Memorial Park!

This corner piece park to downtown has everything you might want for a beautiful day in Siloam Springs. Adjacent to the Siloam Springs Public Library, Memorial Park holds a space for the Farmers Market, a beautiful pavilion, an interactive water feature, the KIA Veteran’s Memorial, lush green space, and the Chautauqua Amphitheater.

***Memorial Park and the Chautauqua Amphitheater is not a rentable or reservable facility at this time. ***

Water Feature

  • The water feature is set to operate daily 10:00 am-8:00 pm. 
  • To operate the water feature, one must push the button on the grey bollard located in the NW corner of the feature. Once activated, the feature will run for 20 minutes before needing to be reactivated.
  • Wind sensors will reduce the height of water spray at certain wind speeds, and will turn off the water feature during period of high winds (15 MPH or greater)
  • Please NO DOGS in the water feature
  • Please NO GLASS near the water feature

2022 Memorial Park/Chautauqua Amphitheater Summer Series

5/21- Bobby Degonia (RESCHEDULED to June 25, 2022)

5/24- Seraph Brass   

6/3- Movies in the Park

6/10- Paralandra  and Tantric

6/11- Siloam Springs Center for the Arts

6/25- Bobby Degonia 

7/2- Siloam Springs Community Band 

7/8- Movies in the Park

7/9- Honeyjack

7/23- Traci Manos  and Whisky Outlaws

8/6 - Fresh Rain 

8/20 - Oreo Blue

9/10- Siloam Springs Center for the Arts

9/11- Siloam Springs Center for the Arts (matinee)

9/17- Hispanic Heritage Festival 

9/24- The Dirty Strings

How Memorial Park Came to Be

The City was awarded a Design Excellence Grant up to $300,000 for the design of the park by the Walton Family Foundation in October 2016. 
CARBO landscape architectural firm out of Baton Rouge, Louisiana is the firm awarded the contract for the Design Excellence grant from the Walton Family Foundation. A Request for proposals was published November 2016 and the firm was officially approved by the Siloam Springs Board of Directors Tuesday, March 7, 2017. 

On November 21, 2017, plans for the (previously known as) Medical Springs Park Final Design were presented to the Board of Directors. The total estimated cost at this meeting was around $3,400,000. The plans were based on 50% drawings, and the estimated cost did not include the additional costs in design fees, the furniture, fixtures, and equipment (FFE), bike racks, limestone block, or pre-construction fees. These additional costs would have increased the original estimate to $3,660,000.

Construction of the park began May 26, 2018. 

Memorial Park panoramic
gazebo 2
Ribbon cutting
Child playing in water feature