Arkansas Brewgrass Festival set for April 29

If you like beer and bluegrass music, get a load of this information. The locals behind the Arkansas Brewgrass Festival are planning their third annual event for Sunday, April 29 at Washington County Fairgrounds.

The event, which got its start in Rogers in 2016 and moved to Fayetteville last year, is a family-friendly celebration of Arkansas-brewed beer and bluegrass music, featuring local and regional bands, breweries from around the state, along with kids activities, food trucks, and other attractions.

This year’s festival will feature music by East of Zion, Homeschool Dropouts, and Opal Agafia & The Sweet Nothings.

There will also be bingo, with local celebrities Jason Suel and Bo Counts from local talk show, Later with Jason Suel, and Kyle Kellams and Antoinette Grajeda from Ozarks at Large servings as celebrity bingo callers.

Festival organizers are now seeking food vendors, Arkansas artists and crafters, and nonprofit organizations interested in setting up booths at the event. For vendor info, email [email protected].

Ticket information and presale information will be announced at a later date, and we’ll add that info here once it becomes available.

For now, mark your calendar, and get ready for a party.