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Events

Previous events

Nov4

Private event

Oct22

Private Party

Friday Night on The Lawn

Crystal Bridges, North Lawn 600 Museum Way , Bentonville, AR 72712 United States

Friday Nights on the Lawn » Brick Fields Grab your family and your face coverings and join us for a night out on the North Lawn! Every Friday evening, Crystal Bridges offers a free, family-friendly concert or performance and an art activity. Bring your own blanket, or use one of our lawn chairs, and enjoy an evening outdoors with live entertainment! Please reserve tickets for each household member planning to attend.

For Your Safety: Face coverings must be worn at all times. In order to maintain physical distancing, circles will be drawn on the lawn for each household group. Guests may remove their face covering to eat or drink only while inside their circle.

Brick Fields’s music is much more than blues―their sound has been called “a cleansing of the soul” by Nashville’s Blues Society. Enjoy an evening at Crystal Bridges with this local, award-winning group from Eureka Springs, known as a magnet for musicians and music lovers alike.

Free, registration required. Register online here or by calling Guest Services at 479.657.2335.

Presented on the Coca-Cola Stage.

Reserve a Picnic Basket! Want to order snacks or a meal for the evening? Add a Picnic Basket to your checkout when you reserve your tickets! Picnic basket options include snack baskets, chocolate and wine baskets, or meal baskets. Baskets must be reserved no later than midnight the day before the event. They can be picked up at the food truck located on the North Lawn during the event. Outside food and beverages are not permitted at the event.

Planning Your Visit:

As a safety precaution and to comply with Arkansas State guidelines, Crystal Bridges requires face coverings to be worn at all times by visitors ages 10 and older at indoor and outdoor programs and events, as well as at food and drink venues, except when eating and drinking. Parking is available in the parking garage adjacent to the museum. Access the North Lawn from the museum Main entrance or the Razorback Greenway (see map). From the main entrance, enter the Main Lobby and cross Walker Landing into the North Exhibition Gallery to reach the North Lobby. Restrooms are located just inside the museum at the North Lobby entrance. To accommodate social distancing in our elevators, you may encounter a wait to enter the building. We recommend arriving a little early. Concert check in begins at 7 p.m. Once the concert has ended, please make your way promptly back to your vehicle before the museum closes at 9 p.m. You will not be able to walk through the museum after closing. Strollers and personal mobility devices are welcome. Blankets are encouraged, and must be inside a bag when walking through the museum. Lawn chairs cannot be transported through the museum, but we will have some lawn chairs available. Dogs on a leash are allowed. Dog owners are asked to clean up after their pet and keep them under control at all times. Please note that only ADA service animals are allowed inside the museum. Please leave food and coolers at home. Enjoy High South on a Roll, the Eleven food truck. We do not allow food, drinks, or coolers to be transported in the museum, except plastic water bottles with a lid. If weather-related issues arise, a decision to cancel the event will be made by 3 p.m. the day of and will be emailed, posted on our website, and on social media.

FREE with limited spaces

Sep26

Depot Days Music Festival

Downtown Newport AR, Front St. by the railroad station, Newport, AR

Depot Days Festival 2020 – Newport, Arkansas The 22nd Annual Depot Days Festival to be held Saturday, September 26, 2020, on Front Street in downtown Newport. The festival is a showcase of local, regional, and national talent paying tribute to the rich musical history of Jackson County for which Rock ‘n’ Roll Highway 67 was recognized by the Arkansas Legislature and Governor Mike Beebe years ago.

See the outstanding line up of entertainment below. Please note that the festival will be following the directives of the Arkansas Department of Health for outdoor events. Masks must be worn while moving about the park but can be removed once seated. You may sit with your family group, but social distancing of at least six feet will be required from other patrons. All events will be held outdoors this year. Please utilize the marked lines or cues to assist with distancing that will be marked at each vendor booth. Admission is FREE to the public! Bring a lawn chair or blanket.

Jul11

CANCELLED!! Private Party

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