On Halloween, the Historic Downtown Square in Fayetteville will be invaded by monsters, princesses and caped crusaders — and local businesses will be ready with candy!
The 16th annual Trick-or-Treat on the Square, one of Northwest Arkansas’ most popular family friendly Halloween events, takes place Tuesday, Oct. 31 from 3-5 p.m., on the Fayetteville square.
It’s okay to eat delicious donuts if we’re willing to burn off the calories, right? Well, Hurts Donuts in Fayetteville is providing you with both opportunities!
Hurts Donuts is hosting its inaugural Hurts Donut Run on Saturday, Oct. 22, at Walker Park in Fayetteville. The event in Fayetteville is one of several taking place across the country.
Fayetteville residents love craft beer, and love to ride bikes. Sometimes, we even do both at the same time!
The Miracle Travel Works (MTW) Poker Ride will be held on Sunday, September 17, and combines Fayetteville’s bike trails with several breweries on the Fayetteville Ale Trail— all for a good cause. Miracle Travel Works helps families with seriously ill or injured children travel as they undergo urgent medical treatments.
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Every May, Block Street Avenue turns into Fayetteville's best local party. With 5 outdoor beer gardens, over 60 local bands and 150 vendors, it’s everything you love that's local about Northwest Arkansas.
Enjoy the amazing winter wonderland of lights on the Downtown Square beginning Friday, November 16th at 6 p.m. with the lighting night parade.
The lights illuminate the square each evening from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. Nightly carriages and pony rides, fresh hot chocolate and festive holiday music make the Lights of the Ozarks an event that cannot be missed.
Experience Fayetteville will kick off the annual First Thursday Fayetteville series of events on May 3 and continue through October 4. On the first Thursday of the month, the city’s historic downtown square transforms into an outdoor arts district featuring more than 40 visual artists who create items in a variety of mediums. The event also includes live music, street performances, children’s activities, food trucks, a craft beer garden and more.
One weekend each fall, Dickson Street starts to rumble as motorcycles descend upon Fayetteville for Bikes, Blues & BBQ. The annual festival began in 2000 as a charity poker run event with more than 200 riders, and the event has grown rapidly through the years.
In 2015, more than 400,000 people attended the rally from all over America. The festival isn’t only for those riding in on two wheels – there’s also the official Arkansas State BBQ Championship, live music and plenty of vendors.
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