Whether you just got done with a long day of work or are looking to stretch your legs on a Wednesday afternoon, there is always something to do around the Fayetteville Square. Don’t miss the opportunity to explore the fantastic array of downtown Fayetteville shopping options located over a several-block span. Block Street offers over a dozen shops from luxe sustainable fashion to casual everyday wear, as well as a few bites to help you sustain your shopping stamina.
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.
Looking for something new to do this weekend? Why not purchase a digital viewing of the performance Murder for Two, a brand-new performance by Theatre Squared. The performance is available only for the month of April 2021, so hurry and reserve your tickets!
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:
Live music is the heartbeat of downtown Fayetteville and, in the wake of COVID19, many have been missing opportunities to perform, enjoy and experience local shows. Luckily, some artists are starting to make their way safely back to the stages around downtown.
The Walton Arts Center just announced a new live concert series in their atrium space. These live house concerts will feature local artists performing weekly and will showcase a wide variety of genres, cultures and art forms. The goal is to provide artists with while providing a safe performing arts experience for audiences of locals and visitors alike.
We celebrate International Education Week alongside the University of Arkansas this week (November 16-20, 2020) and international cuisine every day.
A college town nestled in the beautiful Ozark Mountains, Fayetteville draws students and visitors from all over the world who share their stories, cultures, and traditions in all of the best ways. In the travel and tourism industry, one of our favorite ways to celebrate Fayetteville is through the FOOD! Here, it’s a melting pot of local international and fusion flavors so whatever you or your crew are hungry for, Fayetteville serves it up.
The Hero Half Marathon kicks off at Lake Fayetteville on Sunday, October 25. In support of safety and social distancing, this year’s race will be self-supported and chip timed.
Fall activities and ways to celebrate the arts are looking a little different this year - as is everything. Lucky for us, many of Fayetteville’s theatres and studios are taking performances, classes and acts to the virtual stage. We are so excited to see that Art’s Live Theatre is expanding its education offerings throughout the year with the goal of putting young artists at center stage.
UPDATE! Due to inclement weather, the Little Sprouts Costume Parade at Botanical Garden of the Ozarks has been moved to Friday, October 30, at 1pm.
Join in the fun at the Botanical Gardens on Tuesday, October 27 (rain date Friday, Oct. 30) for the Little Sprouts Costume Parade for preschoolers.
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