Say it with us, “Holy moly.” Now say it slower.
What’s the fuss all about?
Well, besides being Cinco de Mayo, First Thursday, and NBC Nightly News anchor and managing editor Brian Williams’ 52nd birthday, there are nearly 20 choices for fun tonight in Fayetteville.
There’s live music including Aerosault DJs at Smoke & Barrel, Nathan Moore, host of “Hippy Fiasco Rides Again” is at Greenhouse Grille, and the Mill District Farmers’ Market kicks off the 2011 season.
To take it all in, you’ll need to get off work early, hit up the Mill District Farmers’ Market, head back to the square, stop by all the shops and galleries (don’t forget Block Avenue), grab a bite to eat somewhere, and then make your way to the Dickson Street area, west Fayetteville, midtown, and the UA campus.
- Mill District Lot: Fayetteville Farmers’ Market
- First United Presbyterian Church: Andrew Perkins – Composer
- Sound Warehouse: Beth Buckley art show
- Greenhouse Grille: Nathan Moore, host of “Hippy Fiasco Rides Again”
- JJ’s Grill n Chill: Cook County
- Fayetteville Square: First Thursday Fayetteville
- Fayetteville Underground: Art openings
- Walton Arts Center: Les Miserables
- Dickson Street Pub: Teddy Sablon
- Fayetteville Square: Eden’s Edge
- Herman’s Ribhouse: Tommy Nolen
- Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall: Student Recital Piano Studio
- Jose’s: Joe Giles & The Homewreckers
- Mojo’s Pints & Pies: Catfish Jackson
- George’s Majestic Lounge: Paul Thorn / Ben Miller Band
- Rogue Pizza Co.: Antarctichrist / 1oz Jig / Toe Funk Jam Band
- Smoke & Barrel Tavern: First Thursdays with Aerosault
- Hjem Restaurant: Antoine and the Nightcrawlers
- City Hall, Room 111: Planning Agenda Session and Tour * – 4:00 p.m.
- City Hall, Room 111: Partners for Better Housing – 6:00 p.m.
* Meetings scheduled to be televised by the Fayetteville Government Channel are indicated with an asterisk