Community Concerts was started 1935 and is Fayetteville’s oldest art organization. It is an all-volunteer, non-profit whose goal is to bring the finest in top-notch entertainment to Fayetteville. Thanks to all of our supporters, Community Concerts has put on great shows over the year, but we’re not just about concerts. We’re also about enriching this community in other ways.
Did you know?
The Fayetteville Music Hall of Fame
Community Concerts is the founder and producer of The Fayetteville Music Hall of Fame. Founded in 2008, this program was designed to honor those who have brought musical distinction to the community.
Community Concerts awards college music scholarships annually to promising local high school graduates. Since the start of this program in 2004, Community Concerts has awarded 24 scholarships.
Local Artist Showcase
Community Concerts has showcased local artists and children to build community involvement and music interest. Recently, Voices of the Heart appeared as an opener for Gladys Knight while children from the Linda Kinlaw School of Dance performed with Martina McBride. We also featured local, emerging country music star Trae Edwards at the Ricky Skaggs show.
Community Concerts provides free concert opportunities to groups ranging from children to deserving seniors. In recent seasons, these have included the Vision Resource Center, Urban Ministry, The Sunshine Center, members of local fire and police departments, high school theater art classes, members of our military, and many more.
Our goal is to make Fayetteville better … one concert at a time. Thank you for making the last 80 years a success!