Trump to hold rally Tuesday in Fayetteville

Staff Report

FAYETTEVILLE — Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is slated to hold a rally in Fayetteville on Tuesday.

The event begins at 5:15 p.m. at the Crown Arena, at 1960 Coliseum Dr. in Fayetteville, Trump’s website says. Door for the event will open at 3 p.m.

The rally will be Trump’s second at the Fayetteville venue, which seats 4,500 people. The Republican nominee held a campaign event at the Crown Coliseum — a much larger venue than the Crown Arena — before a near-capacity crowd of 10,880.

Tuesday’s rally is free, but attendees must register in advance by visiting Entrance into the event is first come, first serve.

Those interesting in attending should note that only two tickets can be registered for per cell phone number provided.

For a list of items that won’t be permitted at the Fayetteville rally, visit Some of the items include, but are not limited to:

  • Firearm of any type
  • Tripods
  • Air-horns/noise makers of any kind
  • Pepper spray/mace
  • Any outside food or drink
  • Signage of any kind
  • Professional cameras/recording devices

According to Trump’s website, he is also slated to appear in Wilmington Tuesday afternoon. A rally is scheduled for 2 p.m. at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington inside Track Coliseum. As of Monday afternoon, tickets for Trumps appearance in Wilmington were sold out.

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