Top Things to Do in Eureka Springs this Spring

The days are getting longer, the temperatures are warmer, flowers are beginning to bloom, and the sounds of music begin to fill the air—it’s springtime in Eureka Springs. Eureka Springs offers up the best weather in the springtime, and Mother Nature shows off with a beautiful display of flowers and blooms.   Whether you are traveling […]

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Ozark Mountain Music Festival

The 2019 Ozark Mountain Music Festival, better known as OzMoMu, will return January 17-20 to Downtown Eureka Springs. This popular event features an Americana Roots-style which is an Ozark Mountain Fusion of Bluegrass, Folk, Urban and Americana Roots sounds. The winter festival, held inside at the Basin Park Hotel is known for a unique vibe […]

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Home for the Holidays Concert

The Ozarks hills will come alive with the sound of holiday music on Saturday, December 22 when the annual Home for the Holidays Concert takes place in The Auditorium.  Local Eureka Springs singers and groups will perform songs of the season. A variety of musical acts includes Don Matt and Scott Thompson, the Harris family, Morty […]

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Christmas Events in Eureka Springs

Families who are searching for a hometown feeling this holiday, where friends and neighbors share the spirit of the season, can find what they’re looking for in the historic Victorian Village of Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Eureka Springs decks the halls with colorful lights ablaze throughout the historic district.   Residents share the warmth of a small-town […]

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71st Annual Ozark Folk Festival

Celebrate America’s longest continuously running annual folk festival in America! With the Barefoot Ball, free music in Basin Spring Park, Hedgehoppers,  concert in The Aud and of course, great folk music, and dance!     November 7th Hedgehoppers The Auditorium  – 6pm – free November 7th The Funny Side of The Ozarks Keith Scales presents material from […]

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Voices from the Silent City

The voices of local folks who lived during the “Great War” will be heard at the Eureka Springs city cemetery beginning on Thursday, October 18th, and Friday and Saturday, the 19th and 20th and October 26th and 27th. “Remembering the Armistice” will be such residents as Walter Fry, who was a telegraph engineer throughout the […]

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