The Roots and STS9 were announced as headliners for this year’s Wakarusa in the first of the festival’s lineup announcements today.
George’s Majestic Lounge will host the Fayetteville portion of the tour on Feb. 6. The deadline for artists to apply to enter the competition is Jan. 16.
Thunder on the Mountain Country Music Festival is excited to announce round one of the lineup for the 2015 festival. The first round of artists includes Zac Brown Band, The Band Perry, Eli Young Band and Chris Cagle, among others. The festival will take place June 26-28, 2015 on Mulberry Mountain near Ozark, Arkansas. Along…
Yonder Mountain String Band’s Harvest Music Festival is starting up on Mulberry Mountain Oct. 16-18.
A beautiful, breezy, almost perfect evening on Friday, Sept. 24, the crowd was already in good spirits for the Avett Brothers performance about to be underway.
In an effort to help you expand your musical palette, here’s a list of some artists you should most definitely lend your ears to and go see.
Despite a year of international turmoil and statewide upheaval, the writers for the Northwest Arkansas Gridiron Show promise an evening of fun Oct. 3 and 4.
Residents of Fayetteville will experience “hands on” history this Thursday when “FIFI,” the Commemorative Air Force’s iconic Boeing B-29 Superfortress bomber, flies into Drake Field for Bikes, Blues and BBQ.
In an effort to provide that information in a fun and informative way, Students for Gender Equality started Smart and Sexy Sex Education Week.
Bill Nye was greeted by thunderous cheers and applause, and thousands of phone cameras pointed at him. He looked aghast, then took his own phone from his pocket and made a video for himself of the sea of people who greeted him.