Pepsi Carolina Country Stampede Comes to Williamston

The 13th Annual Pepsi Carolina Country Stampede will be in downtown Williamston September 25-26.

The Festival officially kicks off at 5pm Friday September 25 and lasts until 10pm Saturday September 26.

Visitors can expect a funfilled weekend packed with music, food, and entertainment. They can listen to a number of local talents that will be performing on the Northeast Commission Stage and near Schewels Furniture, and the Pepsi Stage near Town Hall.


Northeast Commission Stage - Friday:
Curtis Hyler and Jubilation
Eddie Lilley


Pepsi Stage - Friday:
Jim Quick
The Coastline Band

On Saturday, Wiliamston hosts the Colgate Country Showdown, which is the the nation's #1 talent search for the best up-and-coming country music acts. The Showdown has helped launch some of the top names in Country music today including Garth Brooks and LeAnne Rimes. Sara Dew, last year's winner will perform. And then enjoy Brian Clayton and Green River Band as they open the way for Confederate Railroad.

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  • by The Truth Hurts Location: Martin County on Aug 29, 2010 at 08:02 PM
    Citizen, please put the crack pipe down for a minute and explain to us sober people what a festival in crumbling downtown Williamston has to do with what the BOE has done to education in this County. Please, enlighten us about how this "social healing" event will go on toward helping us to all get along. By the way, exactly how many NEW courses and opportunities have been brought about by this school thing. They still can't come up with enough computers to even fill the needs of one class, even though they have closed 2 schools and saved us all of that money they were spending on maintaining BG and Jamesville. Truly, you have a dizzying intellect. Don't worry, my eyes have always been open, but at least my brain is connected to them.
  • by no more Location: nc on Oct 1, 2009 at 08:20 AM
    I've been attending this event for years. Every year it drops down.I understand the vendor fees went up so high that several vendors couldn't attend.There were no candy apples,no cotton candy.The variety of foods was very disturbing.What does the vendor fees pay for any way? I heard a lot of people complaining about it.I think too much emphasis is put on the music. You must have something to keep the people there.People have to eat..so why not broaden the choices of food items.I saw some chicken on a stick that looked pretty good, til I saw the price...$9.00. My wallet can't afford those prices.One scoop of ice cream was $3.00 and it was a SMALL flat scoop. I don't know what's happening to this, but If it doesn't improve it should be discontinued. I don't care what the papers say it was like. They'll make it sound like it was the biggest success ever. The truth is it WAS NOT GOOD !!
  • by concerned Location: greenville, NC on Sep 24, 2009 at 05:40 AM
    I wonder if the beverly hillbillies will be there?
  • by Anonymous on Sep 22, 2009 at 10:49 PM
    "citicen", the county doesn't. This is primarily a Williamston, Farm Life thing. You will see people from other parts of the county but far and away a minority. Has-been entertainment, mediocre food and a high dependence on corporate dollars tell the tale here.
  • by citicen Location: nc on Sep 22, 2009 at 07:59 AM
    It amazes me how Martin County can get together for an event like this every year...but they CAN'T solve the problems that they have with the schools...Pitiful.This should open some eyes.
  • by me Location: NC on Sep 21, 2009 at 01:07 PM
    Who has the money to spend at this thing?
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