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9.29.2022

NIGHTMARE ON BLOCK STREET EXPANDS 2022 OFFERINGS

by
Kody Ford

The wildly popular Halloween pop-up "Nightmare on Block Street" is returning bigger and better than ever for it's third year! Pinpoint Fayetteville transforms into a spooky one-of-a-kind cocktail experience for the entire month of October, featuring themed cocktails, immersive themed seating, a halloween pinball line up and more! This year the fun isn't just at Pinpoint! The Nightmare on Block Street team, founded by Bo Counts, is putting together a month of creepy programming!  Bo has been creating the biggest Halloween events in NWA since 2006, making a splash every spooky season with the Beat Bachs Halloween Dance Party. These events are 21+. For a full list, visit the website.

Back by popular demand from 2021, we are bringing back our Conjuring & Other Sins show with more dates and a new location! Multiple weekly shows will be taking place in the alley nearby at 100 W Center (formerly housing the Nines Alley bar). Tickets are on sale now. This event is 18+.

New for this year, we are partnering with Ballet Arkansas to bring their production of Bram Stoker's Dracula from Little Rock for one weekend only at the new Fayetteville Public Library stage on October 14th & 15th. Tickets on sale now. The event is all ages.

Spooky season also means scary movies! Nightmare on Block Street will be teaming up with the Arkansas Cinema Society to bring screenings of three Arkansas-made horror films--Door in the Woods, Ghosts of the Ozarks and "Flight"--to Bailey Hall at Mt. Sequoyah Retreat Center on October 5th & 12th.  Tickets for the all ages event is $15 and includes complimentary beverages and snacks. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7:00 p.m.




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