Off-site Meeting Venues

Rogers and Northwest Arkansas offer venues with the flexibility to accommodate groups from 5 to 5,000.

If you need to coordinate a lunchtime gathering or planning to make a weekend retreat for a conference, Rogers is ready and waiting. Below are fun and unique off-site venues to spice up your next meeting, tradeshow, convention, or event.

Walmart AMP

Built in 2014, the Walmart AMP has hosted some of the biggest acts in the country. A $14 million expansion was completed in June 2020. Larger groups, up to 12,000, may rent the entire facility for a private event. The new covered plaza at the top of the lawn, which adds 15,000 square feet of flexible viewing and event space for groups, is available to rent for groups not wishing to rent the whole facility. Located half a mile from the Embassy Suites and convention center, the Walmart AMP is perfect for an intimate indoor-outdoor reception where a local Rogers singer/songwriter could be featured.


Located half a mile from the Embassy Suites and convention center, Topgolf opened in Summer 2020. Topgolf offers several flexible spaces to accommodate a variety of group sizes throughout the venue. With options of a full venue buyout to the outdoor patio, skybox lounge, or rooftop terrace, Topgolf is a great choice for an off-site event for groups of all sizes.

Fox Trail Distillery

Take a tour to learn about the process, history, and philosophy of Fox Trail Distillery. Leave with a deeper understanding of the charm and complexity of how to distill, age, and bottle small-batch spirits. Partial rentals of the facility up to 80 guests and full rentals up to 150 guests.

Moonbroch Brewing Company

Moonbroch Brewing Company, located in downtown Rogers, is a three-story Irish pub and restaurants. There are two full-service bars with 24 craft beers on tap, cocktails, and wine. The menu features a mix of traditional Irish, English, and American pub food. Activities include pool tables, foosball, board games, a patio, live music, and entertainment. The entire facility can hold close to 250 people.

Northgate Plaza Event Center

Northgate Plaza Event Center is on the sixth floor with views overlooking the impressive growth in the Pinnacle area. The space features an indoor meeting space for 108 guests along with an outdoor patio space that can accommodate 186. The events center also features the Supply Chain Hall of Fame, which includes some exhibits. 

Photo Credit: Arkansas Tourism

Ozark Axe House

Located in downtown Rogers, Ozark Axe House is an axe-citing activity to pair with a larger reception rotating people through axe throwing during the reception. Ozark Axe House allows food to be brought in as well as your own alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Located next door is Hawkmoth Brewery & Beer Parlor, a small batch brewery that crafts old-world beer styles that have a modern American twist with a heavy focus on barrel aging and blending.

Rendezvous Junction Brewing Co.

Your local Rogers neighborhood brewery, Rendezvous Junction Brewing Co., is located across the street from the Pinnacle Hills Promenade mall. The brewery "brings taste & buds together" to create craft beer with over 17 beers on tap year-round as well as seasonals, sours, wild ales, and funky brews. The venue can accommodate around 200 guests for a private event with a full venue buyout available. Two-story venue with ADA access to second floor.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

After a $1.2 billion investment from the Walton Family Foundation, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art opened in 2011. Attracting visitors from all over the world, the museum has become a hot spot for art enthusiasts. Crystal Bridges features a full restaurant, miles of outdoor sculpture trails, the Frank Lloyd Wright Backman-Wilson House, and a variety of private event space. The museum is free to the public and there are docents available for guided tours. Crystal Bridges revealed plans for an expansion that will increase the size of the current facilities by 50 percent. Adding nearly 100,000 square feet to the 200,000-square-foot facility, the expansion will allow the museum to showcase its growing collection and welcome more visitors to experience the power of art, in an inclusive environment.

The Momentary

The Momentary is a new contemporary art space satellite to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in downtown Bentonville built in the former Kraft Foods plant. The venue opened in 2020 and is a hub for visual arts, performing arts, and has an artist-in-residency program. The Momentary has multiple indoor theater spaces and an outdoor amphitheater available to rent for private events.

Photo Credit: The Momentary

Beer Tour NWA

Craft beer enthusiasts will find plenty to love in Rogers’ booming beer scene. From innovative microbreweries to flavor-focused taverns to restaurants offering a lineup of their own brews, take your pick from delicious drinks throughout Northwest Arkansas. With over 12 breweries in Northwest Arkansas, there's something for everyone.

8th Street Market

The 8th Street Market is a newer development that repurposed a former Tyson Foods plant. Working with a combination of the businesses on-site, a unique experiential reception could be arranged utilizing both indoor space and the abundance of outdoor space. 8th Street Market is home to Bike Rack Brewing Co., Brightwater Culinary School, Cocoon Yoga Lab, Coop Ramen, Hillfolk, The Holler, Juice Palm, Markham & Fitz, South Market & Food Truck Park, and Yeyo’s Mexican Grill. Brightwater has 10 kitchens that can be used for group cooking classes and The Holler boasts 10,000 square feet that is a hang-out space, restaurant, bar, and features 3 in-ground shuffleboards.

J.B. and Johnelle Hunt Family Ozark Highlands Nature Center

The J.B. and Johnelle Hunt Family Ozark Highlands Nature Center is a 32,000 square foot facility on over 61 acres is the newest place to learn about the natural world and outdoor recreation in Northwest Arkansas. Activities include seeing live wildlife and fish, interactive exhibits, educational activities, practice marksmanship skills, relax and gather in outdoor pavilions, walk on the trail, and more. Space available for private events for corporate meetings, receptions, or banquets.

NWA Naturals - Arvest Ballpark

The Northwest Arkansas Naturals are a Double A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals. They play at Arvest Ballpark, in Springdale, just down the road from Rogers. The season runs from April to September each year and they offer a variety of affordable group ticketing packages. For group events, check out the Quadrivium Home Plate Party Deck, an exclusive picnic table area located directly behind home plate for 30-100 people which provides some of the best seats in the house. There’s also the Bud Light Home Run Porch, located behind the left field fence at Arvest Ballpark featuring flexible picnic-style seating for groups of 50 to 1,500. The venue also includes suite rentals with flexible packages available for different groups.

Sassafras Springs Vineyard

The Winery at Sassafras Springs Vineyard is a place to enjoy exceptional wines inside the beautiful tasting room, under our covered patio next to the fireplace, or on one of their many over-sized decks. The Stables is a 3,500-square-foot renovated venue available for corporate and nonprofit board meetings, fundraisers, office luncheons, retirement parties, wine-tastings, special events, and more that seats 200 guests inside, 80 on the side deck, and 120 on the back deck.

Walton Arts Center

On stage at Walton Arts Center (WAC) audiences enjoy a diverse array of art experiences, the likes of which are typically only found in major U.S. cities. The WAC has multiple spaces available for groups such as:

  • Walker Atrium & Pace Balcony - 500 theater | 300 banquet | 600 reception 
  • Baum Walker Hall - 1,201 guests
  • Sudduth Garden Room & Bradberry Amphitheater
    • Indoor: 50 seated | 75 reception | 50 theater
    • Outdoor & Indoor: 300 reception | 250 seated
  • Starr Theater - 270 retractable seating | 250 banquet | 400 reception
  • McBride Studio - 60 seated | 75 reception | 75 theater

George's Majestic Lounge

George’s Majestic Lounge is the oldest and longest running live music venue in NWA. Book a local music act for an evening event. George’s is best known for the incredible musicians that have graced their stages, bringing the best in local, regional, and national acts. Some artists of note that have performed at Georges through the years include Robert Cray, Leon Russell, Little River Band, Delbert McClinton, Eddie Money, Pat Green, Derek Trucks, Coco Montoya, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Jason Boland, Dark Star Orchestra, Ben Rector, North Mississippi Allstars, Fitz and the Tantrums, Randy Rogers Band, Luke Combs, Band of Horses, and so many more. The full capacity of the venue is 700.

Arkansas Air & Military Museum

The Arkansas Air & Military Museum works to establish and maintain a museum for the public display of aircraft, aviation artifacts and military memorabilia from the earliest period to the present with special attention to items related to the state of Arkansas. The museum features exhibits on aviation in Arkansas and military conflicts. There is a 400-guest maximum for events.

Contact Us

Our Director of Sales, Luke Wiggins, is ready to help you book your next event in Rogers at one of our unique off-site venues. You can reach Luke by phone at (479) 619-3191 or by email Visit our Meet In Rogers page for information on booking your next event in Rogers!