Music Revival

April 20, 2021

Restaurant News

New Locations, Same Good Food

Two restaurants will be opening new locations on College Avenue in Fayetteville - both are staples in the region...

  • Well butter my... according to County property records, Buttered Biscuit's owner has purchased the former Pizza Hut location on College Avenue. The BB originated in Bentonville and recently opened a second location in Springdale. The restaurant serves up southern goodness like pancakes, egg dishes and sandwiches, but also signature dishes like chicken waffles and acai bowls. -Fayetteville Flyer

  • TJ's Sandwich Shop is relocating just across the street from its current location in the old KFC building at the corner of Rolling Hills Drive and College Avenue. TJ’s first opened in 2014 and focuses on sandwiches, along with salads, soups and other items. - Fayetteville Flyer


Onwards and Upwards for the Ozarks

The Northwest Arkansas Council has announced the creation of a new quarterly speaker series that will give organizations, companies, and individuals a platform to share news, events, and other information with a regional audience.

  • The new program, called "Onward Ozarks" will host it's first event on April 28 at 8am via Zoom, but may evolve into an in-person breakfast later this year, depending on where we are with COVID-19 by then.

  • “Onward Ozarks gives us an opportunity to bring topics of interest to residents, and at the same time highlight the meaningful work of our members and organizations throughout the region.” said Nelson Peacock, CEO and President of the Northwest Arkansas Council.

  • The first presentation on April 28 will focus on the planned improvements to Northwest Arkansas National Airport (XNA).

For more ticket and event info, click HERE.


It's a Great Day in the Neighborhood

Downtown Bentonville Inc.'s Neighborhood Concert Series is back and ready to ring in the good times, starting this Friday (4/23) at 6p.

  • Downtown Bentonville Inc. and City Sessions will be continuing the Neighborhood Concert Series in 2021 with a packed lineup of local musicians. The monthly concerts will pop up in Bentonville neighborhoods, parks, and parking lots from April to October.

  • Dinner and a show? While many venues remain closed, this outdoor concert series provides musicians income and a welcome opportunity to perform. The first concert location will be in Downtown Bentonville on B Street between SW 6th Street and SW 7th Street.

For more information, visit DBI's website HERE. See you on B Street!


All Things AMP

It's been hard to get excited about the prospects of live events at the AMP as the event and concert schedule has been (very) tentative, but we just can't contain our excitement about the latest two announcements. Here's the lineup...

  • Smooth like the summer: Thomas Rhett will bring The Center Point Road Tour with Cole Swindell and Gabby Barrett to the Walmart AMP on Sunday, October 3. Tickets will go on sale April 23 at 10am.

  • Not for everyone: Brothers Osborne will bring the We're Not For Everyone Tour to the Walmart AMP on September 17. Tickets go on sale April 30 at 2pm.

Bookmark THIS link to get your tickets.


Crossing into Paradise

Recently, Texas Monthly's Pam LeBlanc crossed over state borders in search of biking paradise in Northwest Arkansas. As soon as she arrived, LeBlanc quickly realized Bentonville was more than just bike trails.

  • Quote: "I’ve found that the whole culture here focuses as much on museums and public art as it does pedaling," LeBlanc said. "Toss in plenty of good coffee shops, a hip hotel, and a respectable dining scene, and it’s easy to understand why adventure travelers as far away as Austin are buzzing about it."

  • LeBlanc raved about local hotspots such as Airship Coffee, 21c Museum Hotel, Bike Rack Brewing Company, Pedaler's Pub and more.

We'd recommend checking out the full article HERE.

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