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Few places in America have played such a formative role in our country's most defining moments as the communities of Cumberland County. From our original settlement in 1739 by Scottish immigrants through the deployment of troops to Afghanistan and Iraq today, there’s more American history here than you could find in dozens of textbooks. For students, Fayetteville is more than a tourist destination, a visit here will reward your group's curiosity. We’re proud of our rich role in our nation’s history and hold fast to the friendly feel of a true hometown, while providing the cultural and entertainment amenities of bigger cities. Whether your group is in town for a few hours or a few days, they can participate in a wide range of unique activities not found anywhere else.Read More
Downtown Fayetteville Hosts 2nd Annual Indigo Moon Film Festival October 13-15
Fayetteville, NC – The 2nd Annual Indigo Moon Film Festival (IMFF) will feature the best in filmmaking from around the world.
Presented by GroundSwell pictures, the walkable festival screens films in four downtown Fayetteville locations throughout the weekend. Activities include an Opening Night film and reception, awards BBQ, master classes and many great films.
“Flooding from Hurricane Matthew interrupted the inaugural IMFF and we still had...
Kirk Franklin Closes Inspirational Week of Events in Fayetteville (NC) This October
Cumberland County, NC – Each year, WIDU 1600 AM delivers one of the community’s largest faith-based events. This year, the week-long celebration culminates with three power-packed days at the Crown Complex. The final event is headlined by multiple GRAMMY®, Dove and Stellar Award-winning recording artist Kirk Franklin.