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!
The Experience Fayetteville Visitors Center is set to reopen on September 8 with new hours and restrictions.
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.
Join Theatre Squared this year as they take the Arkansas New Play Festival to the virtual stage. This summer and fall will feature a series of trail-blazing new plays with additional viewing opportunities for the performances, intimate conversations between the playwrights, directors, and cast as well as opportunities to share your own thoughts.
The Kessler Mountain Jam is shifting gears this year and converting from a single day AMBCS cross country race to a month-long cross country ride challenge.
Summer 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 summer with the goal of putting young artists at center stage.
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