King Biscuit Blues Festival
There is a place in eastern Arkansas that belongs to the Mississippi River Delta, the birthplace of blues. To explore the rich history and culture here, you can start from Helena's Delta cultural center, where local history and music culture are introduced. At noon, you can enjoy the king's biscuit time broadcast every day since 1941. At the beginning of October, thousands of music lovers flock to the king's biscuit Blues Festival.
Eureka Springs Blues Weekend
Named "one of the ten most beautiful Blues Festivals" by American BlueScence magazine. The family-friendly event will be held at the large cat rescue group, the Pine Oil Creek wildlife refuge. It will be held in June.
Held once a year to celebrate the traditional osaka culture, it is held in mountain view, Arkansas, on the third weekend of April. The celebrations will focus on parades, folk music concerts, workshops, and iron shops. The festival will also demonstrate how to make various arts and crafts, such as soap, brooms, candles, pottery, dolls, and toys.