Now that First Thursday Fayetteville has grown to include the entire downtown square, it’s time to start taking advantage of all that extra space.
Last month, the Fayetteville Underground debuted their new space with a soft opening during the August installment of First Thursday Fayetteville. Tonight, it’s for real.
Officials promise “a lively dance party scene complete with a live disk jockey, face painting, and an attempt to create the largest Soul Train line in Arkansas history.”
One of Fayetteville’s favorite events returned last month for a new season, and it’s back tonight for another episode. Things kick off at around 5 p.m. on the square.
First Thursday, the monthly art walk that has become a huge event in Fayetteville during the warmer months over the last few years, will be back on the square beginning at 5 p.m.
First Thursday Fayetteville returns to the downtown square for its fourth season Thursday, April 5, and officials are seeking local artists and non-profit organizations to fill booth space for the evening.
Organizers of First Thursday Fayetteville are once again looking to double the footprint of the monthly event on the downtown square.
Here in Fayetteville, on the first Thursday of each month, we celebrate. The locals call it First Thursday. The rest of the region calls it “I wish I lived in Fayetteville.”
First Thursday Fayetteville makes its third official appearance of 2011 on June 2. Here’s what we know is happening at tonight’s event.
This month’s First Thursday event on the downtown Fayetteville square will feature an outdoor art walk, indoor gallery art at multiple locations, live music, a new business grand opening and more.
First Thursday Fayetteville is seeking artists to participate in a street side art walk program.
Expect an outdoor art walk, live music, and a charity beer garden. Also, make sure to check out the participating galleries and art-related venues around the square.
Organizers installed a 15-foot banner on the Fayetteville Town Center plaza this week advertising the monthly art event which kicks off the 2011 season April 7 on the downtown square.
City employees and fans of First Thursday came out ahead after Tuesday night’s regular meeting of the Fayetteville City Council.
Then First Thursday Fayetteville is back in full swing this spring, it could include twice as much street space as last year.