The annual Wampus Wonderland holiday craft show will return to Mount Sequoyah in Fayetteville next month.
A new event to raise funds to renovate the historic Parker Hall and help preserve the campus at Mount Sequoyah kicks off next week.
Child star, podcaster, and best-selling author Jeannette McCurdy will speak in Fayetteville next month. McCurdy starred in the Nickelodeon sitcom ‘iCarly,’ and later a spinoff of that show called ‘Sam & Cat’ with Ariana Grande.
JJ’s Live officials have announced several new dates for live music in late 2022 and early 2023.
TheatreSquared will host a one-night event this week that promises to give the story of Thanksgiving “a delicious roasting.”
Grammy award-winning hip-hop group The Roots, are coming to NWA for a show at the Momentary on Saturday, April 29, 2023.
An all-star group of local musicians will pay tribute to a legendary star-studded night of music this month.
The parade will begin on Block Avenue at Spring Street and will travel south towards the square where it will circle back along East Avenue.
Foreigner fans will have one last opportunity to catch the band before they officially call it quits.
Venue officials today announced that songwriter Tyler Childers will bring his Send in the Hounds tour to town for a show on Saturday, April 22.
We recognized a handful of locations from around town. It opens with some scenes inside St. Paul’s Episcopal Church near Dickson Street, and there are some prominent views of Old Main visible as well.
Fenix Arts artists this week announced plans for a show featuring small, affordable works of art intended to be appropriate for gift-giving.
A host of talented local musicians are coming together this month to raise some funds to help out one of their own.
This year’s display will kick off with a parade and lighting ceremony set for 6 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 18.
The news show will be directed by Jules Taylor, and stars local players Tim Gilster, Bryan Guarino, Juliette Robinson, and Terry Vaughan.