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.
Every season brings new ways to experience the fantastic trail network in Fayetteville, Arkansas and one of the best options to help shake off the inevitable January blues is the 6th Annual Frozen Toes 15K and 5K race on Saturday, January 23 at 9 a.m. Held on the Kessler Mountain Trails, this gorgeous course boasts some seriously awe-inspiring views of the Ozark Mountains and is a perfect option for runners who want to challenge themselves to transition from a 5K or 10K to a bit longer distance at 15K.
Another installment of Experience Fayetteville’s “Pop-Up Lounge” series will be available for downtown guests Wednesday, Dec. 9, from 5-10 p.m. in Fayetteville.
The lounge, located at Block and Meadow, is free to enter. It is a tented area that provides open-air seating for guests to enjoy takeout food orders from local restaurants and drinks from bars participating in the Outdoor Refreshment Area (ORA).
The Symphony of Northwest Arkansas (SoNA) has announced several virtual holiday performances and a new partnership with Ballet Arkansas.
On December 10, catch the SoNA singers featuring collaborative pianist Lisa Auten and paired with drone photography by Kevin Dooley.
The Arkansas Razorbacks women’s basketball team is ready to start its 2020-21 season, which kicks off Thanksgiving week at Bud Walton Arena.
Head Coach Mike Neighbors’ squad went 24-8 last year with a 10-6 SEC record, and this year they have a 10-game non-conference schedule followed by its SEC schedule that begins New Year’s Eve against Kentucky.
With its annual “Red-White game” in the rearview mirror, the Arkansas Razorbacks men’s basketball team is ready to start its 2020-21 season, which kicks off Thanksgiving week at Bud Walton Arena.
Hogs basketball games are always an electric atmosphere and a great reason to visit Fayetteville, whether it’s a day trip for the game (and a bite to eat, of course), or you’re staying a few days to take in some of the other fun things to do in Fayetteville. Let’s face it, you can’t do them all in one weekend, but that’s why you’ll be coming back!
POP-UP PATIO: Looking to get a little fresh air this week? Experience Fayetteville is setting up a pop-up lounge so that you can do just that this Wednesday evening from 5 -10 p.m. off of Dickson St. and Campbell Ave.
Gather your small quarantine crew and pick up your favorite food and drinks from nearby restaurants and bars and then pop into our patio space for a safe night out.
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!
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