Northwest Arkansas is a mixing pot of various cultures, thanks to both the University of Arkansas and the unique spirit of Fayetteville. Mexican food has become a staple in town, and the options for authentic and affordable Mexican cuisine are boundless.
Being in the South, Fayetteville is home to many Southern traditions, including family-owned Mexican restaurants. While we can’t promise to end the “cheese-dip vs. queso” debate, anyone who respects a high-quality Mexican meal can agree that Fayetteville’s local options are top-notch.
The Fayetteville Roots Festival will be held Aug. 22-26 at several locations and live-music venues throughout Fayetteville. Featured headliners include Gillian Welch, Gregory Alan Iskov, Turnpike Troubadours and so many more.
Get groovy at the Clinton House!
As an homage to the Clintons of the 1970s in Fayetteville, the Clinton House Museum is going all out with food, drinks, and entertainment that celebrate the era on Thursday, March 8.
Fayetteville offers guests a multitude of experiences. Here, culture and nature meet and free spirits thrive. It’s rich in arts, history and entertainment rooted in a strong pride for all things local. Nestled in the Ozark Mountains, it’s a nature-lover’s dream. There’s always something happening here – a good balance between the old and new to provide change in a familiar place.
Looking for something new to do in Northwest Arkansas? Catch a NWA Roller Derby game and you won't be bored!
Roller derby is a completely unique, high-impact sport that is known for being totally inclusive of age, gender, nationality and background. It consists of two teams of five players roller skating around a track trying to get a designated team member (the "jammer") to lap members of the opposing team.
The Symphony of Northwest Arkansas (SoNA) ends its 2017-18 season on a high note on Saturday, May 5, with its Masterworks III performace of La Bohème.
Get ready for an evening of iconic Hollywood film music as the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas (SoNA) teams up with the incomparable Fayetteville Jazz Collective on Saturday, March 10.
Fayetteville has long been the art center of Northwest Arkansas, due in part to the University of Arkansas. Fayetteville also has cultivated a flourishing arts culture as a result of being a community that invests in and supports its local artists.
The Septura Brass Septet will visit the Faulkner Performing Arts Center on the University of Arkansas campus in Fayetteville as part of their USA Tour 2018. This "dazzlingly polished" (BBC Music Magazine) ensemble brings together London's leading players to redefine brass chamber music through the uniquely expressive sound of the brass septet. The group is the Ensemble in Residence at the Royal Academy of Music in London and has recorded 10 records for Naxos Records.
This year’s Fayetteville Visitor’s Guide features four profiles from a handful of influential locals to give visitors an inside track on some of the best things to do, places to eat and shop, and must-experiences while in Fayetteville. One of our profiles is Joëlle Storet, gallery manager and curator for Art Ventures on the Historic Downtown Square.
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