The Holly Springs Cultural Center, 300 W. Ballentine St., Holly Springs, hosts a free summer concert series, Summer at the Springs, the 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month from June to August, 2019. The concerts take place from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
They’re free and family friendly. Bring a chair and a picnic dinner, if you’d like. Concessions and beer and wine will be available for purchase.
Summer at the Springs Lineup
June 14: Beatlesque
Back by popular demand, Beatlesque is a four-piece Beatles tribute band based in Raleigh, NC. The band strives to replicate the sound and look of The Beatles to the closest detail while performing music from the entire Beatles catalog. In costume and in character, the fab four members of Beatlesque enjoy the challenge and the thrill of recreating the music that we all know and love.
June 28: Totally Curious
Totally Curious makes their debut performance for Summer at the Springs! This band is quickly gaining notice for their stellar vocals and feel-good sounds. Call your friends and tell them the party is at the
Holly Springs Cultural Center with Totally Curious.
July 12: The Holly Springs Community Band
The Holly Springs Community Band has been a vital part of the growth of the arts in Holly Springs for
the past decade. Their repertoire includes music written specifically for concert bands, orchestral transcriptions, marches, show tunes, patriotic music, and more. The HSCB is a diverse, all-volunteer group of adult musicians passionately committed to performing entertaining music of the highest caliber for our audiences.
July 26: Strange(r) Days
Three musical veterans play big hits that gets everybody up singing and dancing. They take all kinds of music, throw it in the blender, and usher it through the doors …Welcome to the chop shop of rock with Strange(r) Days!
August 9: Adam Lee Decker Trio
Adam Lee Decker’s powerful voice covers an incredible four and a half octaves. Adam started his professional singing career with the a capella groups The Fault Line in New York, and Almost Recess in North Carolina. With The Fault Line, Adam made it to the Top 20 in America’s Got Talent in 2007 and as a solo artist he made it to the Top 42 in American Idol, Season 11.
August 23: Whiskey Runners
Do you enjoy classic rock, with some of your favorites from the ’80s & ’90s thrown in? Then you’ll love The Whisky Runners. They’re a classic rock cover band from the Triangle, and audiences love to twist & shout whenever they take the stage. Welcome Whiskey Runners to the stage as they close out this season’s Summer at the Springs!
More outdoor concerts in the Triangle
Here’s a big list of 30+ concert series to enjoy around the Triangle. Or look at a day-by-day list of what’s coming up next: