March, 2019

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

February, 2019

Exciting news for our weary travelers! The Chancellor Hotel on the Historic Downtown Square is set to become Graduate Fayetteville in the fall of 2019.

February, 2019

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.

February, 2019

TheatreSquared presents Pulitzer Prize Finalist and Obbie Award Winner"The Wolves" February 27 - March 24.

March, 2019

Originally scheduled for March 9, the Fayetteville Gumbo Cookoff has been moved to April 6. The fourth annual event will be held at the Washington County Fairgrounds from 2-5p.m on Saturday, April 6.

Teams will compete for best amateur, professional and people's choice gumbo, with live music provided by Block Street Hot Club and Second Line Strings.

February, 2019

The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) announced that the 2022 Cyclo-Cross World Championships will be held in Fayetteville, Arkansas, Jan. 29-30, 2022.  This will be only the second time that the championships have been held in the United States. Local nonprofit BikeNWA will lead a coalition of community partners, including Experience Fayetteville, in organizing the World Championships.  

January, 2019

The legendary Hagens Berman Axeon Cycling Team is having their annual training camp in Fayetteville January 31 through February 8.

March, 2019

Fayetteville Mardi Gras celebrates its 28th year with the Parade of Fools on Saturday, March 2.

January, 2019

Art enthusiasts in Fayetteville should make sure to see “Shared Experiences,” an exhibit by the NWA Black Artists Collective, which is being held at The Artist’s Laboratory Theatre, located at 1030 S. College Ave.

The art exhibit highlights the experience of black and African-American individuals in Northwest Arkansas. It includes works by artists Veronica Huff, Madison Moon, Raven Cook and Cory Perry, the exhibit’s producer.

January, 2019

A dynamic music scene is a major part of Fayetteville’s thriving arts community, and one of the most popular things to do for guests. An eclectic mix of musicians practice their craft here and can be heard all over the city. That’s probably why Fayetteville was named the No. 3 music destination for live music in the U.S. by Beyond Words.