Holidays are a special time to visit with family and reconnect with old friends, but more importantly they give us those extended weekends we love so much!
Thanksgiving is the perfect holiday for experiencing Fayetteville in the fall. Of course, deciding what to do with so many events and attractions can be overwhelming. Don’t worry! We’re here to help.
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 profilees is Wade Ogle, owner of Block Street Records right off the Historic Downtown Square.
The Faulkner Performing Arts Center will host internationally renowned vocalist, Farah Siraj, on Thursday, November 9, in partnership with the King Fahd Center for Middle East Studies. Accompanying Siraj on stage, the University of Arkansas children’s choir will sing in both English and Arabic.
Video game enthusiasts and music fans, mark your calendars! On Oct. 16, Arkadia Retrocade in Fayetteville will host Bit Brigade for a one-of-a-kind event that brings together two worlds: video games and live music.
The Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville brings in artists and entertainers from all over the world to create unforgettable performances. The facility offers diversified programming, large-scale touring productions and unparalleled performing-arts opportunities. The WAC has played host to comedian Steve Martin and touring productions of Broadway’s greatest, including “Les Misérables,” “War Horse,” “Book of Mormon” and much more.
One night, 40 startups and 10 stops. Oh, and lots of delicious craft beer.
“The biggest startup party of the year” will be held in downtown Fayetteville on Friday, Sept. 29, and people will have a chance to meet entrepreneurs from several of Fayetteville’s up-and-coming new businesses while drinking some of the areas best craft beers and enjoying live music.
The Historic Downtown Square will be ground-zero on Sunday, October 1, for some of the best craft beers in Arkansas.
Oktoberfest, a family friendly event held in Fayetteville every fall, features craft beer and live music. It will be held 1-7 p.m. and is put on by the Arkansas Brewers Guild.
The Symphony of Northwest Arkansas (SoNA) kicks off its 2017-18 Season on Saturday, Oct. 14, with its Masterworks I: Tchaikovsky 5 concert in Baum Walker Hall at the Walton Arts Center.
Dates: July 29-30
Visitors to Fayetteville this weekend looking for something fun to do are in luck if they love craft beer and live music. Nomads Music Lounge, located at 1431 S. School Ave., will host Beer-Ology Fest on July 29-30.
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