The dates are set, and the initial lineup is out for the fourth annual FreshGrass Festival in Northwest Arkansas.
Here’s a look at the big shows announced so far at JJ’s Live for late 2023, early 2024.
Green will speak in downtown Fayetteville next month during a moderated Q&A session as part of the University of Arkansas Distinguished Lectures Committee’s series.
Shire Post Mint will host its second annual Shire Fest this weekend with local craft vendors, performances, games and more.
Halloween parties, costume contests, a pub crawl, and other spooky fun happening in and around Fayetteville geared toward adults.
A list of Halloween-related events for children and families happening in and around Fayetteville in 2023.
The artwork of 40 Arkansas women is currently being featured in an online juried registry from the Arkansas Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts.
As of today, six concerts have been announced and tickets for five are already on sale.
The Arkansas Missouri Railroad will host two nights of tours and trick-or-treating at its depot area in downtown Springdale.
A new event featuring a laser light show and a “silent disco” is coming to the Lower Ramble this week.
Local jam band Vintage Pistol’s latest album “Modern Medicine” was officially released via streaming platforms on Friday, Oct. 13.
The Momentary just released several shows featuring touring acts to perform on their indoor RØDE House stage this winter.
The Botanical Garden of the Ozarks will host their annual trick or treat event and costume parade geared toward preschoolers from 9-11 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 25.
A new holiday market allowing vendors to get as weird as they want without worrying about offending the littles is coming to Fayetteville this fall.
A new temporary art installation featuring 50 artistic scarecrows created by local artists, schools, community groups, and more is now on display at Botanical Garden of the Ozarks