Several thousand people filled the street, sidewalks, and businesses along Block Avenue on Sunday for what was most certainly the largest Block Street Block Party to date.
Organizers of the annual Block Street Block Party last week announced the stage schedule for the festival, and as always, Block Avenue is going to be rocking again this spring.
Some local folks have concocted a plan to honor the singer at this year’s Block Street Block Party.
If you’ve ever found yourself at the annual Block Street Block Party thinking to yourself, “Man, this day couldn’t possibly get any better,” organizers this year are aiming to prove you wrong.
Block Street Block Party is currently seeking vendors, volunteers, and sponsors for their 2016 festival, set for May 22.
It’s pretty cool to see the early morning setup, then follow along as the street turns from quiet to absolutely packed with people for the event.
As it has every year for the past five years now, Block Street Block Party once again rocked Block Avenue on a Sunday night in May.
This year’s festival includes musical performances by nearly 30 musical acts on five stages, local craft beer from eight Arkansas breweries, belly dancers, performance artists, and more.
Expect to find Fossil Cove, Ozark, Saddlebock, Apple Blossom, Core, Diamond Bear, Stone’s Throw, and Lost Forty.
This year’s musical lineup includes more than 30 acts on five stages.
Organizers of the 2015 Block Street Block Party are looking for a little help to make this year’s event a success.
Mark your calendars. The fifth annual Block Street Block Party is set for Sunday, May 17 on Block Avenue.
Nearly 50 musical acts, about 100 vendors, and thousands of residents and visitors packed Block Avenue for the fourth annual Block Street Block Party this year.
A guide to the live music, food, local beer, and fun planned for the 4th annual Block Street Block Party on Sunday, May 18 along Block Avenue.
We’re always impressed with the amount of local live music organizers of the annual Block Street Block Party are able to pack into the festival each year. That trend continues in 2014.