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Well, could you look at the calendar. It’s still Friday.
The Hog football team will be in Dallas to take on the old lame Texas A&M Aggies in the Southwestern Classic this weekend, but there’s a ton going on in Fayetteville this weekend. The game kicks off at 6 p.m. Saturday and will be televised by ESPN.
Walton Arts Center is putting on a big Broadway show all weekend with a musical adaptation of the hit movie, A pretty woman. There’s a chance to catch the show this weekend, and there aren’t a ton of tickets left, but we spotted a few still available online. Here’s where to get them.
Still performing, this is the last weekend to check out TheatreSquared’s hit comedy He came from outer space (and take advantage of the pop-up rooftop bar.) Here’s ticket information and a schedule of remaining shows.
There’s a huge music festival happening up north this weekend. Formats festival, which takes place on private land in Bentonville, will include performances by War on Drugs, Beach House, Herbie Hancock, The Flaming Lips, Rufus Du Soul, Khruangbin and many more. Here’s more on that.
George’s will kick things off this weekend with a happy hour show featuring Leah & The Mojo Doctors on Friday night, followed by the people of 1 Oz. Jig, Green Acres and Cole Birmingham Band for the late night show. George’s ticket information is here.
Smoke & Barrel Tavern has music Friday with Front Porch, and they’ll host Rachel Ammons’ No Man Band on Saturday. On Sunday there is an On The Map show at the venue featuring Daniel Romano’s outfit with support from Carson McHone. Here’s more on that.
Also on local tunes, Rue des Prairies live also has a show this weekend with the residents of Dandelion Heart and Country Jesus on Saturday night.
You can also watch longtime local musician Jed Clampit at a Razorback watch party and benefit from a food bank at a new venue on the White River. Here’s more on that.
Actor Trae Crowder, aka the Liberal Redneck, is in town for a weekend of shows at the Grove Comedy Club in Lowell. Here is more information.
The drivers will compete until the last car is at the Ozarks Demolition Derby at Parsons Stadium in Springdale. Get tickets here.
There’s more below. Have fun, everyone.
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