If you’re looking for a reason to come to Eureka Springs this fall, our spectacular Fall Festivals & Events will keep you busy all season long! Don’t miss


Corvette Weekend
October 7th -10th

Corvette enthusiasts across the Midwest and beyond have gathered in Eureka Springs, Arkansas the first weekend of October, to enjoy the beautiful autumn scenery and weather, the unique charm of the Eureka Springs area and just relaxing and having fun with hundreds of fellow Corvette fans. With up to 1,000 Corvettes in attendance, Eureka Springs Corvette Weekend is now one of the three largest non-commercial annual Corvette events in the United States.
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Hillberry Music Festival
October 8th -10th

Held at “The Farm”, Hillberry Music Festival brings live music to the beautiful Ozark Mountains of Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Enjoy this three day, outdoor music festival with 360 degree panoramic views of the Mark Twain national forest and close access to Beaver Lake, Table Rock Lake, and the White River. Click here for more information. 

War Eagle Mill Craft Fair
October 14th -17th

This annual fall craft fair is held on the 3rd weekend of October at War Eagle Valley.  Revel in the sights, sounds, and aromas of the Ozark’s while enjoying handcrafted work from national artisans. It’s an experience you don’t want to miss. Click here for more information.


Intrigue Theater Séance
October 31st

On the heels of last years Amazing and hair-raising Séance – Intrigue theater’s Sean-Paul and Juliana Fay return to the Crystal Ballroom – to present and evening of Mysteries that embody the Legends and History of Eureka Springs Crown Jewel:  the Crescent Hotel. Tickets are selling fast. Click here for more information.

74th Annual Original Ozark Folk Festival
November 11th -14th

The 74th Annual Original Ozark Folk Festival returns this year to Eureka Springs! From November 11–14, 2021, locally, nationally and internationally recognized Folk and Americana musical acts will be featured in venues all around Eureka Springs to celebrate the culture of the Ozarks. Click here for more information.



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