If you’re planning a trip to Fayetteville, you will probably find yourself on Dickson Street at some point, may it be for food, drinks, coffee, or simply the views. Instead of grabbing an uber or paying for parking, why not spend the night on Dickson instead! Here are a few great options on where to stay on Dickson Street.

Artosphere, Arkansas’ Arts+Nature Festival, returns May 6-23 with events across Northwest Arkansas. While there will be some changes to the typical festival activities, patrons can expect dozens of fun art experiences for the whole family to enjoy during the month. Artosphere will offer a mix of free and paid performances spread across the region.

Taco Tuesday in Fayetteville is as lively as ever with more options to get your taco fix. Going out to get tacos is more than just another meal trip, it's margaritas with friends, chats on the patio, and reconnecting after spending months apart. The best part about Taco Tuesday are all the deals, from .99 cent tacos to half-price margaritas, you aren’t likely to be disappointed. Here are some spots to get your Taco Tuesday fix:

Music Moves presents the third annual Fayetteville Jazz Festival on April 23, 24 and 25.

TheatreSquared’s original production of School Girls; Or, the African Mean Girls Play by Jocelyn Bioh will extend nationwide streaming through March 14, 2021 to meet demand.

The Walton Arts Center will host the debut performance of NWA Ballet Theatre's A Midsummer Night's Dream on Friday, March 12 and Saturday, March 13.

The Arkansas premiere of 'Minari' is set for Feb. 11 at 7 p.m. at the 112 Drive-In in Fayetteville.

The Symphony of Northwest Arkansas (SoNA) has announced several virtual holiday performances and a new partnership with Ballet Arkansas.

Due to the pandemic, SoNA has to reimagine their 2020-21 season. You can catch all December performances on SoNA's Facebook page, YouTube channel and website

On December 10, catch the SoNA singers featuring collaborative pianist Lisa Auten and paired with drone photography by Kevin Dooley.

A series of socially distanced concerts is scheduled for August through November at the Mount Sequoyah Center, featuring a variety of musical acts to help usher back live music in Fayetteville.

Acts include country artist Dylan Earl, classical guitarist Ben Harris, string band Route 358, Americana outfit The Shannon Wurst Band and more. Some concerts will be paired with special food offerings.

Seated in the Ozark Mountains and home to the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville is known as a prominent academic center. Fayetteville’s innovative personality and artistic expression can be found flowing from the University’s campus and into the streets - in the form of public art.