The Razorbacks will travel to Oxford, Mississippi to play the Ole Miss Rebels this weekend, while local food, music and arts events honor Northwest Arkansas and Daniel Craig’s highly anticipated final appearance at the James Bond premiere on Friday. .
“No Time To Die” will be released on Friday and will be Daniel Craig’s fifth and final appearance as James Bond, after spending more than 15 years playing the character. Audiences can see if Craig’s final performance as Bond will provide a satisfying conclusion to his version of the character arc. The film will air at AMC Fiesta Square 12 and Malco Razorback Cinema throughout the weekend. Face covers are compulsory for participants in both rooms, regardless of their vaccination status.
The No. 13 Arkansas Razorbacks travel to Mississippi to face the No. 17 Ole Miss Rebels, with the kickoff at 11 a.m. on Saturday. Fans can tune in to watch the game broadcast from Oxford on ESPN.
The Brewtober Chili Fest takes place Saturday from 5 to 9:30 p.m. at St. Raphael Catholic Church in Springdale. Participants can enjoy live music, eat a variety of peppers, and taste home-brewed beer. Participants must be 21 years old and tickets cost $ 30, $ 35 at the door. More information is available on the event’s Facebook page.
The Arkansalsa Fest, an arts and music festival that raises funds for community scholarships, begins Saturday in Springdale and will feature a parade, dance performances, food vendors, a car show and a “Best salsa tasting” competition. The event is open to the public and takes place in Shiloh Square with festivities from 11:30 am to 5 pm. More information can be found on the event’s Facebook page.
George’s will organize a “Shelter Jam” to benefit the 7Hills Homeless Center in Fayetteville. Local musicians including Funk Factory, Earl & Them and Jeremiah & the Band will perform on site. There will also be a barbecue set up by the local Secondhand Smoke restaurant, and a silent auction accompanied by live music. Tickets for the event are $ 15 per person and can be purchased online. Profits will be donated to the 7Hills Homeless Center.
Singer-songwriter Melissa Etheridge will be performing at the Walton Arts Center for her 2021 tour. Tickets are $ 44 and the event begins at 7 pm. Participants must provide proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test taken within 48 hours before the show. Guests inside the Walton Arts Center are required to wear masks at all times. Tickets can be purchased on the Walton Arts Center website.
Fayetteville’s only pinball machine, Pinpoint Fayetteville, will host an official Arkansas Malört launch party. Jeppson’s Malört is a notoriously tangy Chicago-based alcohol brand, and Pinpoint and Nightmare on Block Street, a pop-up bar in Fayetteville, will be the first establishments in the state to offer it. Pinpoint’s event, “Taste The Horror” will begin at 6:30 pm and is open to members of the public over the age of 21.