The Beatles at the Ridge Festival Committee continues to monitor the COVID-19 crisis. At this time, we have high hopes that Beatles at the Ridge 2020 will take place as scheduled. A final decision to downsize, or postpone the event will be made in June or July.
September 18 – 19, 2020
VENDOR SPACES SELL OUT FAST!
100s OF BOOTHS: Food, Arts, Crafts, Retail
ARTISTS & AUTHORS SYMPOSIUM
1964: The Year That Changed Our Lives!
LATEST NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
This year’s Beatles at the Ridge “Tie Dye the Town” Exterior Winner is the Lawrence County Housing Authority. The Interior Winner is the Northeast Arkansas Education Cooperative.
For the second year in a row, the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce's Beatles at the Ridge Festival has earned statewide recognition. The 2018 Beatles at the Ridge Music Festival placed Bronze (third place) out [...]
This year’s Beatles at the Ridge "Tie Dye the Town" Exterior Winner is the Northeast Arkansas Education Cooperative. The Interior Winner is Casey’s General Store.
Beatles at the Ridge is featured in an article in the latest Premiere Magazine, written by H.T. Moore, a native of Walnut Ridge, who was working as a reporter for the Times Dispatch newspaper in 1964 when the Beatles landed at the Walnut Ridge airport, and wrote the first article about their visit.
KASU radio is planning an ENTIRE WEEK of Beatles at the Ridge related music and interviews the week leading up to our festival.
ATF Martial Arts has been doing their demonstration and board breaking since 1990 - 28 years. Since that time, and with the help and generosity of this fine community and surrounding areas, they have raised approximately $50,000 for charities including the March of Dimes, the Lawrence County Food Bank, and the Lawrence County Children's Shelter.
The John Lennon Forever Stamp, to be released Sep 7th, will be available to purchase onsite at the Beatles at the Ridge Music Festival on 14 & 15 September, 2018. A special pictorial postmark, commemorating the Beatles at the Ridge Music Festival, will also be available both days.
Snapp told Talk Business & Politics he thinks the venture will benefit the city in a number of ways. Each year, the city hosts the Beatles at the Ridge Festival, commemorating the band’s only stop in Arkansas as a group. The city has two monuments, the Beatles Park and the Guitar Walk commemorating its music history.
Harding Alumni Magazine - It was 53 years ago that Walnut Ridge, Arkansas, met four mop-topped boys from Liverpool.