Mercer Athletics has announced the artists slated to perform during the upcoming football season at the 2021 Ford Concert Series.
The series consists of five concerts that will be hosted at Toby Town, which is adjacent to Five Star Stadium, before each of Mercer’s home football games in the fall. This is the third season that the concert series has been featured at Mercer.
"We're excited to continue to provide Middle Georgia with outstanding entertainment featuring live music and multiple national recording artists along with an incredible college football experience this fall," Associate Athletic Director for External Operations Daniel Tate told Mercer Athletics. "Music is part of the fabric that makes Macon special, and it is our goal to provide the community with the chance to experience one of the pillars of our wonderful city."
Each concert in the series will feature a headlining performer, and some will also host additional performers.
Sept. 2 vs. Point University
Headliners: Dylan Marlow and Noah Hicks
Oct.2 vs. Samford University
Headliner: Craig Campbell
Additional Performers: Kaitlyn Baker, ERNEST
Oct. 16 vs. Virginia Military Institute
Headliner: Jon Langston
Additional Performers: Chris Brandi, Priscilla Block
Oct. 23 vs. Wofford College
Headliner: Chris Lane
Additional Performers: Joe Lasher, Kameron Marlowe
Nov. 13 vs. University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Additional Performers: JB Strauss
The headlining artist for the final home game on Nov. 13 has yet to be announced.
Football games are free for students to attend. Families and fans can purchase season tickets here.
Samantha Homcy ‘23 is a junior at Mercer majoring in journalism and criminal justice. She has been working at The Cluster since her freshman year and served as Social Media Co-Manager during the spring 2021 semester. She is currently a practicum intern with WMAZ-TV. In her free time she enjoys music, community service, watching TV and finding new ways to get involved on Mercer’s campus.