Last Night Fayetteville, Arkansas’ largest New Year’s festival, will return to the Downtown Square on December 31 to celebrate the end of the year with hundreds of local performers, including Groovement, Galaxy Tour Guides, and National Park Radio headlining the Main Stage at Fayetteville Town Center. Ten additional indoor stages around the square will host more than 30 acts with live music, comedy, theatre, dance, youth and kids’ performances, promising to provide a full evening of entertainment for revelers of all ages. The tradition continues as Fayetteville welcomes 2016 with the world famous Hog Drop countdown to midnight and a spectacular fireworks display!
The largest New Year’s eve festival in Arkansas will return to downtown Fayetteville for the 6th annual night of celebration. The festival boasts 8 stages of entertainment featuring live music, comedy, theatre, dance, kids performances, comedy, circus acts and more. See the full lineup of acts below!
This year’s “Hog Drop” tradition will continue with a new 8.5 ft silver hog sculpture [made by artist Mike Davis] as attendees count down to midnight. The firework finale to follow is a show that you won’t want to miss!