Last Night Fayetteville Unveils Activity Map Last Night Fayetteville Unveils Activity Map
Last Night Fayetteville, Arkansas’s largest New Year’s festival, unveiled its activity map for the downtown Fayetteville celebration. The seventh annual event takes place at... Last Night Fayetteville Unveils Activity Map

Last Night Fayetteville, Arkansas’s largest New Year’s festival, unveiled its activity map for the downtown Fayetteville celebration.

The seventh annual event takes place at the downtown square on December 31 and will feature 11 stages of entertainment and feature more than 100 local performers. The Main Stage at the Fayetteville Town Center will feature performances from Randall Shreve & the Devilles, The 1 Oz. Jig, National Park Radio, and Serrano-Torres. Ten additional stages around the square will host more than 35 acts, with live music, comedy, theatre, dance and children’s performances.

In addition to live music on the Main Stage, the Folk Stage will host The Trumann Rail Boys, Woody & Sunshine, Route 358, and The Lark & the Loon. The Shindigmusic Stage at Stage Eighteen will offer a taste of several music genres, featuring Shannon Wurst, Foggy Bobcat, Jamie Lou & the Hullabaloo, and the Irie Lions. The newly added Electronic Stage at Axis Lounge will feature several local DJs including Purp Loder, No.Faces, Meesh, NUGSTUFR, Fractal Sky, and more.

The tradition continues as Fayetteville welcomes 2018 with the famous Hog Drop countdown to midnight followed by a spectacular fireworks display.

General admission tickets are $30 (increasing to $40 on the day of), and include access to all entertainment stages, as well as the Hog Drop Countdown & fireworks. Kid’s tickets for ages 2-12 are just $5. A limited number of VIP tickets are available for $95, and include access to the VIP Lounge at Main Stage with catered hors d’oeuvres, beer, wine, and craft cocktails from Pink House Alchemy, a midnight champagne toast under the fireworks, priority seating, express check-in and more. Tickets and more information are available at LastNightFayetteville.com.

 

Justin Bates

Justin co-founded FayetteSound in 2016 and ShindigMusic! in the summer of 2017. He is a Pearl Jam enthusiast and avid collector of music from all genres in all formats, with a particular preference for vinyl.
He’s the spouse of artist Stacy, of Stacy Bee Art fame.