Weekend Flyer: Pretty Woman, Format festival, Trae Crowder, Demolition Derby and more

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Well, would you have a look at the calendar. It’s Friday again.

The Hog football team will be in Dallas to take on the lame old Texas A&M Aggies within the Southwest Classic this weekend, but there’s a ton happening in Fayetteville this weekend. The game kicks off at 6 p.m. on Saturday, and shall be televised by ESPN.

Walton Arts Center has an enormous Broadway show all weekend with a musical adaptation of the hit film, Pretty Woman. There are a few possibilities to see the present this weekend, and there aren’t a ton of tickets left, but we spotted a couple of still out there online. Here’s the place to get them.

Also in performances, it’s the last weekend to take a look at TheatreSquared’s hit comedy It Came From Outer Space (and enjoy the pop-up bar on the rooftop.) Here’s ticket information and a schedule of the remaining exhibits.

There’s a large music competition occurring up north this weekend. Format festival, happening on some non-public land in Bentonville, will include performances by War on Drugs, Beach House, Herbie Hancock, The Flaming Lips, Rufus Du Soul, Khruangbin, and a lot more. Here’s extra about that.

George’s will kick issues off this weekend with a cheerful hour show that includes Leah & The Mojo Doctors Friday night time, followed by locals 1 Oz. Jig, Green Acres and Cole Birmingham Band for the late night present. George’s ticket info is here.

Smoke & Barrel Tavern has music on Friday with Front Porch, and they’ll host Rachel Ammons’ No Man Band on Saturday. On Sunday, there’s an On The Map present on the venue that includes Daniel Romano’s Outfit with support by Carson McHone. Here’s extra about that.

Also in local tunes, Prairie Street Live has a present this weekend as nicely with locals Dandelion Heart and Country Jesus on Saturday night time.

You might additionally watch longtime local musician Jed Clampit at a Razorback watch party and food financial institution benefit at a brand new venue positioned on the White River. Here’s extra about that.

Comedian Trae Crowder, aka the Liberal Redneck, is on the town for a weekend of performances at The Grove Comedy Club in Lowell. Here’s extra data.

Drivers will face off until the final automotive is standing on the Ozarks Demolition Derby at Parsons Stadium in Springdale. Get tickets right here.

There’s more below. Have enjoyable, everyone.

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