Stars & Guitars – 2021 Show Central

November 15, 2021 - 7:30 p.m. - Crown Coliseum - Presented by John Hiester Chevrolet | John Hiester Chrysler Dodge Jeep

The biggest country music concert event in Fayetteville every year is back and the Big 95.7 WKML is thrilled to bring our community together for Stars & Guitars 2021, after a year away. 

Coming on the heels of the biggest and best Stars & Guitars show ever in 2019, our Unplugged, Unscripted, and Unforgettable lineup will take the Crown Coliseum stage on Monday, November 15. 

And this year, we’re going new and old school to celebrate country music. Our lineup includes legendary country superstar Clay Walker; the pride of North Carolina, Scotty McCreery; ACM and CMA award-winner Carly Pearce; and rising stars Matt Stell, Tenille Arts and Drew Parker. 

Stars & Guitars will once again be in the Crown Coliseum, after a wildly successful move in 2019. Every ticket up for sale will be just $25, no matter where in the Coliseum the seat is! Tickets are on sale now (Friday, August 27 at 10 a.m.) at the Crown Coliseum box office or here online. Note that additional fees will apply for online ticket sales. 

“We’re so excited to be bringing live country music back to our wonderful WKML audience in Fayetteville,” said WKML Programming Director Tee Gentry. “After a year away, we know our listener family is anxious to see some of their favorite artists on stage at the same time, telling stories and singing great music.” 

Stars & Guitars is unlike the traditional one-artist shows most fans may be used to, Stars & Guitars puts all of the artists on the stage at one time for a unique acoustic experience. Featuring story-telling, unique song performances, and a whole lot of fun, it’s an entertaining show from start to finish. 

“Our fans really responded well to our big move into the Crown Coliseum in 2019, and we’re thrilled to be able to get back out there,” Gentry said. “There really is no experience like a Stars & Guitars event, with some of the bests artists in country music joining together on one big stage.” 

For fans who don’t get a chance at paid tickets before they sell out, WKML will feature a series of ticket stop events this summer and fall, where lucky listeners can win their way in to the show. 

“Our listeners have heard all of these artists all over our radio station,” Gentry said. “It’s going to be such a treat to have legendary artists mixing with great newcomers.” 

Brandon Plotnick is a former sports journalist, now living in the digital space with interests all over the musical and pop culture map.