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What better way to start the weekend than with a disco party at one of our favorite places, Maxine's! This is the official pre and post party for Out in the Ozarks, Starring Fortune Feimster & That's What She Said!Find out more »
Northwest Arkansas' 2019 Pride Weekend jumpstarts the weekend with one of the worlds most successful lesbian comedians, Fortune Feimster, and Northwest Arkansas' very own comedy group, That's What She Said. Doors open at 6:00 pm. Show at 8:00 pm. Buy TicketsFind out more »
Come join the largest Pride Festival in Arkansas, on the 50th Anniversary of Stonewall!
Before, during and after the 2019 NWA Pride Parade, celebrate with food, fun, music and more!
The always-free NWA Pride Festival takes place from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 15th in Fayetteville's Entertainment District.
Check out the schedule of events on each of our five stages and event areas!Find out more »
Come join the largest Pride Parade in Arkansas, on the 50th Anniversary of Stonewall! The always-free NWA Pride Parade takes place at Noon on Saturday, June 15th on Dickson Street, from East Ave. to University Ave., in Fayetteville's Entertainment District.Find out more »
GET READY!! We've had a slight change in our entertainment lineup for the weekend. Due to a last-minute contractual commitment, the amazing and fabulous Alyssa Edwards will NOT be joining us for Glitterville 2019, BUT we're ecstatic to announce that the one and only Shangela will be joining DJ Joe Ross, DJ ATM, Chloe Jacobs, Shanel Sterling, Taylor Madison Monroe, and the House of DeMarco at the official party of Northwest Arkansas Pride, GLITTERVILLE! We have a waiting list, and we will honor refund requests until 2:00…Find out more »
Hello! Thank you for supporting NWA Pride by planning to attend Hi Tea. Unfortunately, due to anticipated weather, Hi Tea will be canceled. Your tickets will be refunded within 24 hours. We hope you will make plans to enjoy some of our favorite local brunch spots instead and stay safe from the elements. Here is a helpful article from one of our great sponsors, Experience Fayetteville! Brunch in Fayetteville Happy Pride! Kindly, NWA Equality We round out NWA Pride Weekend…Find out more »
Featuring John Rankine's photography series, Men With Earrings. The series features Eureka Springs, Arkansas, community members who identify as male, all wearing clip-on earrings. Also featuring James Nocito's installation 49 Farolitos. The San Diego-based artist has paid tribute to the forty-nine victims of the Orlando nightclub shooting, drawing their faces on farolitos (little lanterns). Hours: Thursday, June 6th (opening reception) 5:30 PM-8:30 PM Saturday, June 8th 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Friday, June 14th 5:00 PM-8:00 PM Saturday, June 15th 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Sunday,…Find out more »