8 p.m., Timberwood Amphitheater, Magic Springs. $39.99-$44.99.
Since The Killers are likely too small for Verizon and too big for any other venue that would have them in Central Arkansas, fans of bombastic New Wave revival will just have to settle for the Neon Trees
. The mascara-wearing band of the moment, the Provo, Utah, four-piece comes to Arkansas on the strength of its major label debut, "Habits." The album's first three singles, particularly the Forever 21 anthem "Animal," have landed the band performances on just about all the late-night talk shows and spots opening for 30 Second to Mars and at Lollapalooza. Of all those performing at Magic Springs this season, Neon Trees are likely to attract the biggest glut of young folks. Five or ten bucks on top of park admission gets you a reserved seat for the concert.