What Happens at the Event?
Bentonville is a diverse, inclusive, and thriving community – and we want to celebrate what makes us such a strong, unique, and beautiful place to live.
This free, family-friendly event will have music, dancing, food, art, and diverse activities for guests to learn, taste, and experience the many different cultures that call Bentonville home.
The mainstage will open around 4:00 pm, with many multicultural performances throughout the event.
The band Jukeboxx will close out the evening with a concert at 7:45 pm.
Guests are invited to participate in a community art project, created by the Bentonville History Museum, titled “Building Community One Piece at a Time.” This exhibit will include puzzle pieces painted by the community and fit together to form a mural.
In addition to the collaborative art exhibit and mainstage dance and musical entertainment, a number of various organizations and multicultural groups will offer engaging experiences, fascinating stories, and hands on activities.
All are welcome, and we cannot wait to see you!
How Can I Get Involved?
Create awareness, showcase your culture, participate in an activity, lead a project, and engage in cultural experiences! We are still taking inquiries to participate. If interested, please reach out to Tracie at email@example.com.
We need volunteers! Want to be involved and have some time to spare? Reach out to Tracie and let her know you would like to volunteer by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who will be performing?
4:00 pm Mainstage Opens
Performances by Bentonville West High School Band, Fred Astaire Dance Studios, Mariachi Amistad, Island Pacific Dances of NWA, Ra-Ve Cultural Foundation, Dhirana Academy of Classical Dance, and Adrija Dance Academy.
7:30 pm Party with Jukeboxx