Dec 5, 2022 - Things to Do

How to celebrate New Year's Eve 2022 in Northwest Arkansas

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As we close in on the big day — and even bigger night — we have more ideas for how to ring in 2023. See the full list of events.

  • Black, White and Gold celebration — Get a little snazzy and dress up for dancing, wine tasting and hors d’oeuvres starting at 8:30pm at Fred Astaire Dance Studios in Springdale. Get tickets for $50.
  • JJ's — JJ's is hosting parties with live music at the downtown Fayetteville location, the space off Wedington Avenue in Fayetteville and its Rogers location.
  • Dancing through the decades party — The vibe at JJ's Live will change hourly starting at 8pm with a new decade theme, music and drink specials. Get early bird tickets for $10.
  • Crisis Brewing Company — If staying up late isn't for you this "New Year's Eve party for old people" is on London time and will celebrate the ball drop at 6pm with a champagne toast.
  • Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville — The Noon Year's Eve event is family-friendly, free and includes art-making, live music, games and dancing from 11am-3pm.
  • George's Majestic Lounge in Fayetteville — Start with a 6pm happy hour concert with Full House and end with Arkansauce with Sicard Hollow starting at 9pm. Get $15 tickets for the first show and $20 tickets for the second.
  • The Piano Bar in Fayetteville — The New Year's Eve Bash starts at 7pm, and $35 tickets include a champagne toast and party favors to celebrate the new year.
  • Tin Roof in Fayetteville — Another champagne toast, this new Nashville-based live music joint will feature performances starting at 6:30pm by Get in the Truck Quartet, Logan Hogue and DJ TzOnTheTrack. Get tickets for $40.
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