A longtime Fayetteville bar was named one of America’s favorite local music venues in a fan-led, nationwide competition organized by music publication, Consequence of Sound.
Local musicians will pay tribute to the Band’s Thanksgiving farewell concert ‘The Last Waltz’ in Fayetteville this month.
For four Friday nights this December, visitors to downtown Fayetteville can walk through a car-free square during the annual holiday lighting display.
Irish singer/songwriter Hozier is coming to the venue for a performance on Friday, April 26.
A multi-genre rock band known for their high-energy live shows is coming to Fayetteville next fall.
Tate McRae and Hootie and the Blowfish are the latest artists to announce summer stops at the Walmart AMP
A beer festival featuring brews from more than 50 breweries around the region is coming to Fayetteville this winter.
Fayetteville-based company The Smokehouse Players will perform a new show next week.
A new music festival will make its debut in Fayetteville this weekend.
The Jones Center will host master juggler Jay Gilligan for a performance this month.
A celebration including art, live dance, food, drinks, and more is coming to Fayetteville this weekend.
Altitude Trampoline Park will host their Halloween Truck or Treat in the Park indoor trick or treating event from 5-8 p.m. tonight (Oct. 31).
The 2023 Lights of the Ozarks festival kicks off at 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 17 with the annual lighting ceremony and parade on the downtown square.
New Kids On The Block will bring their Magic Summer Tour to the Walmart AMP with special guests Paula Abdul and DJ Jazzy Jeff.
An art installation in the city’s Lower Ramble district got a temporary new look for the Halloween season.