Rogers Set to Host Variety of Events in 2023

Your Next Experience in Rogers All Starts with a Visit to One of These Many Events

From sports, music and festivals to craft fairs and rallies, let Rogers be your event destination in 2023. The area will host events throughout the year that are sure to leave you coming back for more. Whether you are a biker, groupie, artist or all of the above - we have something for everyone.

Be sure to contact the organization before attending to check on the latest event information and newest entertainment that has been added throughout the year!

Performances at Arkansas Public Theatre

Arkansas Public Theatre (APT), formerly known as the Rogers Little Theater, produces classic, cutting-edge, and fresh from Broadway plays and musicals as well as hosts many special events. The APT is the only all-volunteer community theater in Northwest Arkansas.

Survival of the Unfit (World Premiere) | March 24-26, 30-31; April 1-2
The Shadow Box | May 5-7, 11-13
Sylvia | June 16-17, 22-25
It Shoulda Been You | July 28-30; August 3-6, 10-13

Concerts at The Walmart AMP

Arkansas’ premier outdoor live music venue, the Walmart AMP is the biggest stage house in the state and has been named one of the top 100 amphitheaters in the country. It has a festive atmosphere, air-conditioned concessions and restrooms, and a permanent pavilion.

Walker Hayes with Ingrid Andress & Breland | April 21
Tyler Childers with Charley Crockett & Wayne Graham | April 22
Parker McCollum with Larry Fleet | May 5
Godsmack with I Prevail | May 9
Dave Matthews Band | May 23
Incubus with Coheed & Cambria | May 26
Foo Fighters | June 14
The Avett Brothers | June 17
Matchbox Twenty | June 23
Outlaw Music Festival 2023 Featuring Willie Nelson | June 29
Fall Out Boy with Bring Me The Horizon, Royal & the Serpent and Carr | July 11
Foreigner with Loverboy | July 14
Snoop Dogg with Wiz Khalifa, Warren G, Too $hort and Berner | July 15
Nickelback with Brantley Gilbert | July 20
Eric Church with Midland and Ray Wylie Hubbard | July 27
Lynyrd Skynyrd and ZZ Top with Uncle Kracker | July 28
Disturbed with Breaking Benjamin and JINJER | July 29
3 Doors Down with Candlebox | August 9
Luke Bryan with Chayce Beckham, Ashley Cooke and Jackson Dean | August 10
Pantera with Lamb of God | August 15
Beck & Phoenix with Weyes Blood & Sir Chloe | August 18
KIDZ BOP | August 19
Sam Hunt | August 20
Jelly Roll | August 24
Jason Aldean | September 14

Railyard Live Concerts in Downtown Rogers | May-October

Butterfield Stage is an outdoor pavilion for live music events throughout the year with seating for up to 1,500, located within the newly constructed Railyard Park of downtown Rogers, making it convenient for all of Northwest Arkansas to gather in this fun, friendly, open space. The pavilion is covered, but should inclement weather arise the City of Rogers will release updated show information on its Facebook and Instagram pages.

Bikes, Blues & BBQ | September 20-23

Bikes, Blues and BBQ is the world's largest charity motorcycle rally that benefits women, children and the under-served members of the Northwest Arkansas community. Over the course of its 20 years, the event has raised over $3 million to local charities. Even though the event will be anchored in Rogers it will remain regionally focused to showcase activities throughout Northwest Arkansas. In recent years, festivities expanded to several cities as the rally grew in popularity.  

Walmart NW Arkansas Championship Presented by P&G | September 25-October 1

The region’s premier event returns the last week of September for a week-long celebration of the unique spirit found only in Northwest Arkansas. #NWAChampionship Week offers a wide variety of events and activities at affordable prices for the whole community. The Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G got its start in 2007 as an LPGA tournament at Pinnacle Country Club in Rogers. The event has grown to encompass so much more than just golf. From food to a 5k, family and kid-friendly events as well as charitable giving and more, the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G offers something for the entire community.

BITE NWA Food Festival | NW Arkansas Championship Weekend

Held annually in conjunction with the NW Arkansas Championship, the BITE NWA Food Festival features an experience that includes food from local restaurants, brand activations and live music. BITE benefits the NWA Food Bank, Apple Seeds, and Brightwater Culinary School. In 2022, BITE also included several pop-up mini food festival events in downtown Rogers and Springdale.

Fall Arts & Craft Fairs | Mid-October

As the fall foliage begins to transform the Ozarks countryside into a blaze of glorious colors, Rogers also begins to shift into a more colorful atmosphere—with arts and crafts fairs. These annual fall fairs draw hundreds of local artisans, makers, and artists to the area to display handcrafted jewelry, small batch soaps, homemade quilts, country furniture, antiques, fine art and much more. 

Looking for more to do in Rogers? Check out our list of Top 25 Things To Do!