Nightlife & Entertainment
2201 Grand Avenue
Shooter's is a great location for pool, cold drinks and watching the game. Live music on Fridays & Saturdays!
1121 Garrison Avenue
Channel your inner lumberjack or try out a fun and competitive new hobby by trying axe throwing in Fort Smith! This unique new sport is taking North America by storm. It’s easy to learn (similar to throwing darts, but with axes!), and the whole exper…
6107 South 31st Street
Show off your dancing skills at the Arkansas River Valley's favorite western-themed nightclub! The Electric Cowboy offers daily drink specials and plays country and dance music. Be sure to check out some of the many live music acts that play here, as…
3028 Midland Boulevard
A great place to relax with a stiff drink and meet up with old friends or make some new ones! The Cactus Club offer pool tables, dartboards (bring your own darts), drinks, and a jukebox...everything you need to have a good time!
7500 Fort Chaffee Boulevard
Fort Smith Brewing Company is a local brewery dedicated to bringing the community delicious and localized craft brews.
817 Garrison Avenue
The Majestic is a gathering place for live entertainment in downtown Fort Smith, Arkansas. You will find concerts and a unique event space for private, corporate and charity events. Home to a full bar and commercial kitchen, Majestic offers turnkey e…
1004 Garrison Avenue
We want Kinkeads to be YOUR place to Party ! ! ! We are working every week to make it even better for YOU ! ! Everything we do, we do it for you ! ! Hope to see you at Kinkeads ! ! Kinkeads is a 21 + establishment. Must have ID to enter.
701 Rogers Avenue
Prohibition Bar is the hippest speakeasy and social lounge tucked away in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Specializing in unique quality drinks, we offer patrons a fun place to be with friends and enjoy a drink or two.
503 Garrison Avenue
Old Town Grain & Feed is a popular venue for live music on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday with drink specials all week.
200 North 11 Street
First opened in 1929 and placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992, the doors to the 53,000 sqft. Masonic Temple will reopen in November of 2016! Comprised of 4 stories, the building was constructed using Bedford Stone and contains t…