With two locations and better-than-ever entertainment, Holidaze is a can’t-miss winter tradition with two locations and something for everyone this year.

For those 21 and older, Holidaze on Block is going to be rocking around the Christmas tree through New Year’s Eve. Here’s the lineup, sponsored in part by Experience Fayetteville.

Nick Shoulders 

With a kind word and a mean yodel, Nick hopes to put the ‘Try’ in country.

Sunday, Nov. 21 at 8:30 p.m.

Tickets $15 presale or $20 day of show

NWA Makers Auction 

Local makers have handcrafted oversized ornaments for our Makers Tree, and the ornaments will be auctioned live to benefit Peace at Home Family Shelter.

Sunday, Dec. 5 at 7:30 p.m.

No cover

Stooges Brass Band from New Orleans

According to bestofneworleans.com, “The Stooges Brass Band puts on one of the most entertaining, audience-interactive shows of any band on the scene.”

Friday, Dec. 10 at 9 p.m.

Tickets $10 presale or $15 day of show

Full Moon Market 

Holiday shopping is made easy with gifts galore from local artists, makers and merchants.

Wednesday, Dec. 15, 5-10 p.m.

No cover

Radiant Rubyesque Productions presents: Santa’s Naughty List 

Get ready for a bit of naughtiness with regional burlesque performers.

Sunday, Dec. 19 at 8:30 p.m.

Tickets $10 presale or $15 day of show

Holidazzle Drag Show 

These queens bring the seasonal sparkle, featuring Kiera Maserati, Umami Origami, Faux L’Beau and Ella Rosa.

Sunday, Dec. 29 at 8:30 p.m.

Tickets $10 presale and day of show

Tickets for all events Holidaze on Block events can be purchased at https://stubs.net/o/124-DMJJS1/holidaze.

If something more traditional or family-friendly is a better fit for you this season, visit Holidaze at Walton Arts Center. In addition to domes, fire pits, s’mores kits and Letters to Santa you can participate in these events.

Elf’s Workshop

Kids can make and take a holiday craft and get their pictures taken with the elves.

Monday, Nov. 29, 5-8 p.m.

Cost $5 at the door

Annual Nog Off Competition

Purchase an egg nog flight and vote for the best nog created by local bars and restaurants. Proceeds benefit the Fayetteville Independent Restaurant Association and Walton Arts Center education programming.

Monday, Dec. 6, 6-11 p.m.

Cost $15 for an egg nog flight

Santa Visits Holidaze

Get a professional picture with the big guy himself and Mrs. Claus and a Christmas cookie from Santa

Monday, Dec. 13, 6-9 p.m.

Cost $5 at the door

Both Holidaze locations will open on Friday, Nov. 19, and in addition to open seating, both offer to-go drinks in accordance with Fayetteville’s Outdoor Refreshment Area. Grab a drink and take a walk to the square for Lights of the Ozarks or come in and experience a vintage holiday wonderland.

Holidaze at Walton Arts Center will be open 5 pm until 11 pm daily through Dec. 23, closing only on Nov. 25 for Thanksgiving Day. Parties of 15 or more can email rflood@waltonartscenter.org for information on booking. Proceeds support Walton Arts Center’s education programming. For more details visit waltonartscenter.org.

Holidaze on Block will be open 5 p.m. until 2 a.m. daily through New Year’s Eve. Parties of 15 or more can email holidazepopup@gmail.com for information on booking. Proceeds support Washington Country Children’s Safety Center, Fayetteville Independent Restaurant Alliance and NWA Equality. Follow Holidaze on social media for details about activities at the Block Street popup.

All patrons will be required to wear a mask while inside Walton Arts Center. Masks at Holidaze on Block are strongly encouraged. Information about additional safety protocols can be found at waltonartscenter.org.