A pop up party featuring music, an arts and craft market, food, and more is coming up in Fayetteville this weekend.
The band on Tuesday announced a summer across the US that will kick off in New Orleans on May 19 before making a stop at JJ’s Live a couple days later on May 21.
The Symphony of Northwest Arkansas (SoNA) is set to ring in the holidays with two shows this month.
The arts center has opened reservations for tickets to a free showing of The Polar Express, set for 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 22.
It’s time once again to find out who’s noggy or nice (or both) in Fayetteville.
The jolly old elf is scheduled to skydive into the Arkansas Air & Military Museum for an event called the Santa Drop on Saturday, Dec. 2.
Here’s a roundup of local holiday arts and craft markets coming up in Fayetteville.
A Fayetteville-based record label will highlight a talented group of local and regional musicians at a two-day holiday showcase event coming up in Fayetteville next weekend.
The John Cusack movie screening and Q&A scheduled for Dec. 3 at Walton Arts Center has been canceled due to scheduling conflicts.
A longtime local photographer who is known nationally for his portrait work has unearthed a lost selection of Fayetteville street photography.
T2’s adaptation of the Dickens classic officially opens their show on Nov. 29 at their state-of-the-art theatre at 477 W. Spring Street in Fayetteville.
The dates are set for Nic Cage November coming up Nov. 25, 28, 29, and 30 at AM/PM Bar.
Magical Lights Adventure, a new drive-thru Christmas lights display, is set to open on Saturday, Nov. 25 at Washington Count Fairgrounds.
The summer lineup at the Walmart AMP continues to take shape.
The UA’s Hill Records, which began releasing music last year, recently released a new 4-song album titled Rain Check on Nov. 10.