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Fayetteville is on a roll with great news and rankings lately! It was recently named the most affordable place to live by U.S. News and World Report

Independence Day celebrations are abundant in Northwest Arkansas.

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!

The Northwest Arkansas Center for Equality has announced that Northwest Arkansas Pride, the largest LGBT pride celebration in Arkansas, will be held June 16-19 with events in Fayetteville and Bentonville. In the 10 years since the first official Pride Parade in Fayetteville, NWA Pride has become one of the fastest growing LGBT events in the region. Fayetteville sets the scene for several major events, including the annual Pride Parade along Dickson Street through the city’s Downtown Entertainment District, a one-night-only performance by “RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 7” fan favorite Trixie Mattel and the annual White Party, among other popular events.

Fayetteville Visitors Bureau

21 South Block Ave.
Fayetteville, AR 72701

479-521-5776 local
800-766-4626 toll free
479-521-4731 fax

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