A longtime local music festival will soon go quiet, and late August in Fayetteville may never quite be the same.
The Fayetteville Roots Festival is set to return for another year with live music and culinary events at several locations around town.
Here’s what we know about some of the zero-dollar events happening during the festival this year.
Fayetteville Roots Festival is a music festival primarily, but food has always been central to the event as well, and this year is no exception.
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As it has for most of the last decade, music from guitars, mandolins, banjos, fiddles, and more will once again ring through the hills of Fayetteville during the last week of August.
Fayetteville Roots Festival won’t host an event in 2020, but organizers are hoping to bring the same lineup scheduled this year to Fayetteville in 2021.
Fayetteville Roots Festival organizers today announced the lineup for their 2020 event, set for Aug. 26-30 at various venues around town.
Roots music comes in many forms, but it’s familiar and comforting. Just like the Fayetteville Roots Festival, now 10 years into its run.
The food elements of the festival have been made into an event rivaling the mainstage music, and no one can be excused for choosing one over the other.
The threads between The Band and the Friday musical guests, and by proxy Fayetteville, are weaved together tightly.
Live music, events, and more happening in and around Fayetteville for the weekend of Aug. 23-25, 2019.
Thursday night at the Roots Fest has never had a headliner with the firepower or starpower of St. Paul and the Broken Bones.
Weather conditions, including a chance of thunderstorms, is what promoted the venue change.
A rock and roll legend will be in town for Fayetteville Roots Festival this year.