Hot temperatures are back, and so are the exciting events around town! Here's a quick primer on Things To Do around the greater Fayetteville area for June!


Hidden in Plain View: United States Army Special Forces Berlin, 1956-1990

June 1 - Aug. 30
U.S. Army Airborne & Special Operations Museum

Visit the U.S. Army Airborne & Special Operations Museum this month to see the Hidden in Plain View exhibition. Cumberland County students created the display, which honors Special Forces soldiers who served in Berlin after WWII.


ASOM Iron Mike Statue

Little Women - Presented by Sweet Tea Shakespeare

June 6 - 16
The Arts Council

Enjoy Sweet Tea Shakespeare's take on the timeless classic Little Women as the story's three heroines navigate the trials and triumphs of adolescence, love, and family in Civil War-era America. You'll leave inspired and entertained.


Little Women Sweet Tea Shakespeare


50th Anniversary Celebration - 50 Years of Color

June 6
The Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County 

Attend The Arts Council's 50th Anniversary Celebration, commemorating half a century of creative community arts and culture. Tickets can be purchased in advance. 


  Arts Council 50th Anniversary


Youth Fishing Day

June 8
John E. Pechmann Fishing Education Center

Celebrate National Boating and Fishing Week by participating in Youth Fishing Day at Lake Rim, the biggest local fishing event of the year! It's fun for the entire family with virtual exhibitions and prize giveaways. 


Youth Fishing Day


Juneteenth Jubilee

June 15
Festival Park

Celebrate Juneteenth by heading downtown for the Juneteenth Jubilee. You can watch national touring and local performance artists while learning about local black history.


Juneteenth Jubilee


A Teenie Fest

June 21
John D. Fuller Sr. Recreational/Athletic Complex

Teens looking for something exciting this month should make a beeline to A Teenie Fest. It'll be a day of fun, music, and laughter with DJ music and prize giveaways!


Teenie Fest 2024


Trucks Gone Wild 2024 at the Wreck Yard

June 22 - 23
Black Ops Paintball

Get ready to RUMBLEEEE as trucks, SXSx and ATVs compete against each other during this year's Trucks Gone Wild. It'll be a muddy good time at The Wreck Yard! All trucks, side-by-sides, and ATVs are welcome, and FREE camping is on site.


Trucks Gone Wild 2024


Homecourt: A Conversation with Roy Williams

733 Bargain St., Fayetteville
June 27

Listen to former UNC Basketball Coach Roy Williams for his Homecourt Conversation as he discusses the intersection of sports and community development.


Roy Williams


4th at the Fort Celebration

June 29
Fort Liberty Main Post Parade Field

Celebrate America's independence at this year's 4th at the Fort Celebration. Enjoy free live music, entertainment, and fireworks like always. Acts include Flo Rida, Plain White T's, and Maddie & Tae!

4th at the Fort