Sleep Inn & Suites
1056 Rieff Street
Springdale, AR 72762
Phone: (479) 756-5800
Fax: (479) 756-1144
The Arts Center of the Ozarks offers theatre performances, visual arts exhibitions/events, music performance events, performing and visual arts educational offerings, performances/events for schools, and fundraising events.
Located within the Northwest Arkansas Mall, The Showcase is one of the most visited live music venues in Fayetteville. Housed inside a former movie theater, it is primarily used to stage concerts, and other cultural performances, apart from private parties and meetings. With some fantastic acoustics and fine stage set-up, all the shows held here are entrancing to watch. Call for event schedule.
One of the top 25 rodeos in the nation, the Rodeo of the Ozarks takes Springdale and Northwest Arkansas by storm the first four days of every July. The rodeo grounds also are home to monster truck shows, a Christmas parade, and a demolition derby. Check the website for details for family fun!
The Walmart Amphitheater, formerly known as the Arkansas Music Pavilion is a popular venue for many concerts, gigs, music festivals and so on. The amphitheater is counted amongst the best and is one of the top 100 amphitheaters of the country. This outdoor pavilion features performances by international bands, musicians and artistes. From drive-in movies, rock and jazz concerts to dance and recreational programs, this place is a great entertainment hub. With over 2,500 spectators, this nifty canopies amphitheater attracts large crowds especially in summer.
Features critically-acclaimed films, alternative productions, restored classics and first-run foreign movies.
Arts Live Theatre offers many remarkable and entertaining productions and educational workshops each year. It also offers a summer youth program.
The Arkansas Union Ballroom is a multi-purpose venue which hosts important events like the university commencement ceremony, book launches, proms, lectures, etc. Also known as the Arkansas Union Ballroom, it is a major cultural venue in the city of Fayetteville.
A venue that presents world-class performing arts in Arkansas, such as dance, music, as well as workshops and educational classes.
This massive football stadium is the pride of the University of Arkansas. It ranks amongst the top stadiums in Arkansas, and has a seating capacity of 72,000 spectators. It also has a 30x107-foot Smartvision Video screen at the North end, deemed as the largest video screen at any sports arena in the world. The stadium received a donation of $20 million from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation for a massive renovation project. Tickets are available at the venue.
This amazing state-of-the-art arena has a rich history behind it. The co-founder of Wal-Mart, Bud Walton, donated $15 million to set-up this arena, and enhance the future of basketball in Arkansas. His efforts bore fruit, when the home team, Razorbacks, won the 1994 Southeastern Conference unbeaten (16-0) on their home ground. It is now an important venue on the Basketball circuit in Arkansas. The Arena also has a museum on the ground floor that pays tribute to the history of basketball, track and field, baseball, and tennis in Arkansas.
Randal Tyson Track Center hosts the Razorbacks track and field team and also the Arkansas Stars which is an indoor football team. The center seats 5100 and often hosts events in addition to sports like lectures, parties and ceremonies. The center is somewhat far from the main university campus, but well worth a visit for sports fans.