Fayetteville Mardi Gras celebrates its 28th year with the Parade of Fools on Saturday, March 2.
Art enthusiasts in Fayetteville should make sure to see “Shared Experiences,” an exhibit by the NWA Black Artists Collective, which is being held at The Artist’s Laboratory Theatre, located at 1030 S. College Ave.
The art exhibit highlights the experience of black and African-American individuals in Northwest Arkansas. It includes works by artists Veronica Huff, Madison Moon, Raven Cook and Cory Perry, the exhibit’s producer.
A dynamic music scene is a major part of Fayetteville’s thriving arts community, and one of the most popular things to do for guests. An eclectic mix of musicians practice their craft here and can be heard all over the city. That’s probably why Fayetteville was named the No. 3 music destination for live music in the U.S. by Beyond Words.
TheatreSquared kicks off the year with "Every Brilliant Thing" January 16 - February 10.
Experience Fayetteville recognized its 2018 Hospitality Heroes Tuesday at an annual awards luncheon held at the Fayetteville Town Center.
Last weekend saw the premier of the highly-anticipated third season of HBO’s critically-acclaimed series True Detective, which was filmed in and around Fayetteville and Washington County in Northwest Arkansas. The series was created by Nic Pizzolatto, who earned a Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and makes his directorial debut this season.
Wizard Way of the Ozarks (formerly known as DiaCON Alley) returns to the Fayetteville Town Center March 23-24, 2019.
The House of Songs Ozarks presents an evening of original music at Stage Eighteen on Monday, December 17.
The Arkansas Fashion Council is hosting their inaugural Dream Fashion Soiree in the Starr Theater at the Walton Arts Center on Saturday, December 15.
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