The Walton Arts Center opens their 2017/18 Broadway Series with a production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s musical “The King and I” Oct. 3-8. The popular series brings some of the most heralded theatrical productions in the world to Fayetteville.
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.
The fall season is officially underway, and what better way to celebrate than Fall Harvest Fest at the Fayetteville Farmers’ Market.
On Saturday, Oct. 7, from 9 a.m. to noon, come to the Historic Downtown Square to enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of the season with a variety of activities for everyone. Fall Harvest Fest is free and open to the public.
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.
Fayetteville has long been the artistic epicenter of Northwest Arkansas, thanks in large part to the University of Arkansas, which — as the state’s oldest and largest public college campus — has influenced Arkansas culture since its founding in 1871.
From live music on Dickson Street to performance arts at the Walton Arts Center and TheatreSquared, to the numerous galleries throughout the city filled with paintings and sculptures, Fayetteville has a strong tradition of being the arts and entertainment capital of Northwest Arkansas.
Visitors to Fayetteville will have a chance to experience history and fly in World War II airplanes when the Arkansas Air & Military Museum hosts the CAF AirPower History Tour later this month.
From Thursday, Sept. 20, through Sunday, Sept. 24, the Air & Military Museum, located at 4290 S. School Ave. in Fayetteville, will be the home to classic aircraft such as the B-29 Superfortress “FIFI,” P-51 Mustang “Gunfighter,” C-45 Expeditor “Bucket of Bolts,” a Boeing Stearman and Beechcraft T-34 Mentor.
One of the most popular things to do in Northwest Arkansas is held in September and ends on the Fayetteville Historic Downtown Square.
Square 2 Square, a 30-mile bike ride on the Razorback Regional Greenway between Bentonville and Fayetteville, will be held Saturday, Sept. 16. The event is for anyone who likes to bike, support the local cycling scene or burn calories!
Celebrate the art of film with the 9th annual Fayetteville Film Fest, September 12-16 in downtown Fayetteville. They have a full line up of documentaries, short films, animated films and full-length feature films as well as panels, parties and workshops. It will be a perfect week in Fayetteville, AR for filmmakers and film enthusiasts alike!
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