With more than 180 festivals throughout the year, Fayetteville allows visitors to experience the city’s unique taste and culture.
Highlighted by the Razorback Greenway and the multiuse paved trails woven throughout Northwest Arkansas, the bi-annual Square 2 Square Bike Ride (originally scheduled for September 19) is rolling into a virtual format this fall!
The Joe Martin Gran Fondo, taking place September 19, is a one-day cycling event for amateurs who would like to experience part of the same courses as the pros, but who do not want to live life on the edge — at least not for their day job!
Music is making its way back into venues, parking lots, parklets, and more as Fayetteville safely opens many of its bars and restaurants back up. You can't talk about Fayetteville live music without mentioning Georges Majestic Lounge.
George's Majestic Lounge, the oldest and longest-running club and live music venue in Arkansas. Some of the nation’s best-known names in music have played on Dickson Street. George's is reopening for shows after a brief intermission and they are mixing small intimate indoor jams with larger parking lot parties in the lineup.
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.
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