Fayetteville has been awarded the designation of Bike City by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), the world governing body of cycling.

OZ Trails announced as a stop on the trail to Tokyo – Mountain Bike Olympic qualifiers come to Centennial Park in Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 9-11 and April 16-18.

Fayetteville will be home to Olympic mountain bike qualifying for back-to-back race weekends this spring with the inaugural OZ Trail US Pro Cup, presented by Experience Fayetteville. Over two weekends of off-road racing at Centennial Park at Millsap Mountain, professional men and women cross country mountain bikers will compete for critical points and a spot in the Summer Olympics in Tokyo. A full schedule of cross country and short track cross country races are expected to showcase a deep field of US and International riders representing past and future Olympians, national champions, and continental and world champions.

The Arkansas Legislative Council has approved a business interruption grant for certain Arkansas businesses in the personal care, tourism, travel, recreation and hospitality industries.

Fall colors and cool mornings can only mean one thing, Razorback football is back! As fans make their way to Razorback Stadium to enjoy the 2020 football season, here are a few things they should know so they can enjoy their game day experience!

The Experience Fayetteville Visitors Center is set to reopen on September 8 with new hours and restrictions. 

One of the most popular things to do in Fayetteville for both locals and visitors is watching a movie under the stars at the 112 Drive-in Theater, one of the few remaining drive-in theaters in America.

The Arkansas Hospitality Association released a reopening guide for those in the restaurant industry.

Governor Asa Hutchinson announced that restaurants can open for dine-in services on Monday, May 11 as long as they follow certain conditions. 

The Regional Arts Service Organization (RASO) at the Northwest Arkansas Council is partnering with the local arts community to provide grants through a new Bridge Fund for small and mid-sized arts culture nonprofit organizations impacted by COVID-19.

The Fayetteville Roots Festival announced their partnership with  Fayetteville restaurant, Wood Stone PIzza and US Foods to expand their Roots Meals for Musicians Program.

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