Weekend Roundup

May 27, 2023


Weekend Roundup

NWA Daily

Happy Memorial Day Weekend, Northwest Arkansas! Here are a few fun things going on in the area...

  • Let's ride: Pedal on over to Ole Applegate Place, just south of Coler Mountain Bike Preserve, and catch the last days of Bentonville Bike Fest!
  • Summah time! The Johnson Square Summer Series kicks off this Friday, May 27, filling the streets with games, giveaways, and live music from 6-9p.
  • Groove with me: Settle into the sweet vibes of reggae fusion group Rochelle Bradshaw & Hypnotion at Butterfield Stage in Rogers on Friday, May 26, at 7:30p.
  • New party: Siloam Springs will host its first-ever Fourth Friday community event at Memorial Park on May 26, from 4-8:30p, and the theme is Americana!
  • Oink: The sound of blues and the smell of barbecue will fill the air in historic Downtown Rogers as Pig Gig Arkansas returns to Butterfield Stage this Saturday, May 27, from 5-10p.
  • Ferris wheels: Enjoy rides, games, and food concessions during the Spring Carnival at Parsons Stadium in Springdale until May 29.
  • Salud: Tacos and beer... Enough said. Swing by Ozark Beer Company in Rogers for the first-ever Taco Festival this Sunday, May 28, from 12-5p.
  • Constructive play: The Amazeum opens its exciting new Building Buddies exhibition at noon this Saturday, May 27, which invites children to experience building and construction through play.
  • Haven't you heard: It's the last weekend to explore the Listening Forest at Crystal Bridges before it closes for the summer months on May 28.
  • Arigatō: The Botanical Garden of the Ozarks will host a Japanese Matcha Tasting workshop on Sunday, May 28, from 2-4p, guiding guests through a journey of traditional Japanese culture.
  • Batter up: Watch the Razorbacks in the SEC Tournament semifinals on Saturday, May 27, at noon against the winner of today's matchup between LSU and 10-seed Texas A&M.

Enjoy the long weekend! We'll be back in your inbox on Tuesday.

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