Fourth of July weekend guide: 11 things to do in Northwest Arkansas
- Bentonville First Friday — Free and family friendly festival (with live music!) on the Square starting this afternoon.
- Dwayne Dopsie & the Zydeco Hellraisers play with Brick Fields for the The Momentary's Live on the Green concert series. 7:30pm.
- Arkansauce plays at Gulley Park in Fayetteville. 7pm.
- The Irie Lions at Railyard Live in downtown Rogers. 8pm.
- Jim Mills Band and Jukebox Confession with Church Street at George's Majestic Lounge in downtown Fayetteville. 6pm and 9pm.
Two art exhibits debut at The Momentary.
- Space Station: Radiant Behind the Sun by Cauleen Smith — "Visitors will walk through a transformed gallery space ― a 'space station' with a 1970s aesthetic, new installations, drawings, banners, and immersive elements ― while two of Smith's films, 'Sojourner' and 'Pilgrim,' play on alternating loops," according to The Momentary.
- Garrett Bradley: American Rhapsody — Video installations by Bradley, who "works across narrative, documentary, and experimental modes of filmmaking to explore the social, economic, and racial politics of everyday life," according to The Momentary.
- Akeem Kemp Band at Railyard Live. 8pm.
- Day After Mourning, The Order of Elijah & Fallen Gracefully at George's Majestic Lounge. 8pm.
- Gentry Freedom Fest — All-day celebration with music, a petting zoo, car show and fireworks.
- Here's where to catch the fireworks.
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