The Symphony of Northwest Arkansas (SoNA) continues its 2018-2019 season on Saturday, March 9 at 7:30 p.m. with Masterworks III: Bach & Beethoven
The Walton Arts Center will host a production of “A Bronx Tale” February 26 - March 3 as part of its Broadway Series, which brings to Fayetteville some of the most heralded theatrical productions in the world.
TheatreSquared presents Pulitzer Prize Finalist and Obbie Award Winner"The Wolves" February 27 - March 24.
TheatreSquared kicks off the year with "Every Brilliant Thing" January 16 - February 10.
Discover the magic of one of the most popular Christmas stories of all time as The Nutcracker returns to the Walton Arts Center stage November 23-25.
The NWA Hispanic Heritage Festival will be held on Sunday, September 23rd, 2018 on the downtown Fayetteville Square. National Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated each year from September 15 through October 15 across the country and Fayetteville is proud to celebrate the 6th annual festival this year.
Admission to the festival is FREE of charge and everyone is welcome to attend. The 2017 Festival had over 11,000 attendees!
Presented by the Walton Arts Center each year, the Artosphere Festival celebrates art, music and nature with exciting performances, activities and events that the whole family can enjoy!
With the 2018 festival focusing on the importance of water resources and their conservation, environmental artist, Stacy Levy returned to Artosphere to create a temporary art installation, called Topo Map for School Avenue.
Fayetteville is the perfect destination for a fun family getaway. Along with being affordable, there are a ton of things to do that are fun for all ages. Whether you and your crew are having an extended stay or popping in for a “daycation” in Northwest Arkansas, here are a few popular suggestions for a memorable family outing.
Randy Noojin brings Woody Guthrie to life at the Faulkner Center On Saturday, May 5.
Hop on a boxcar through the Dustbowl with Woody Guthrie and commune with the spirit, stories and songs of America's iconic folksinger, saint-of-the-workingman and poet-of-the-people in Randy Noojin’s critically acclaimed, award-winning multimedia solo show ‘Hard Travelin with Woody’. Packed with Guthrie’s spirit, music and artworks, Noojin’s performance brings this tumultuous period of American history to life in an event that is both entertaining and culturally educational.
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.
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