With more than 180 festivals throughout the year, Fayetteville allows visitors to experience the city’s unique taste and culture.
From Friday through Sunday, July 13-15, the Northwest Arkansas Hunter Jumper Association (NWAHJA) will host its 11th Annual Summer Classic Horse Show in Fayetteville. More than 100 riders and horses from Northwest Arkansas, as well as the region, will be competing for top awards and prize money.
The event is fun for all ages and will be held at the Pauline Whitaker Animal Sciences Arena, located at 1335 W. Knapp Drive.
Saturday, July 7, will be a tail-wagging good time at the Fayetteville Town Center on the Historic Downtown Square.
At the first ever Bark Bash, which will be held 1-4 p.m., dog lovers and their furry friends can enjoy a day of meeting fellow pet owners, shopping from local pet-friendly vendors and even meet up with adoption agencies as well as pet rescue centers from the Fayetteville area.
Homegrown Music Festival has been rooted in the Ozarks since 2016 and prides itself on being a sustainable, family-friendly approach to live music. This year’s festival is a little different in that it is taking place in Fayetteville, showcasing more mountain sports and, one of our favorite parts, IT’S FREE.
The Northwest Arkansas Pride Parade and Festival, the largest LGBTQ pride celebration in Arkansas, will be held in Fayetteville on Saturday, June 16, in conjunction with Northwest Arkansas Pride Week, which features daily events June 14-17.
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