Summer at the Springs
Celebrate summer in the heart of Holly Springs with a family-friendly concert series!
• Live Bands • Food Truck Rodeo • Craft Beers •Kids’ Activities
1st Fridays, June - September from 6 - 9PM
June 5: Mo’ Jazz featuring Connie McCoy
Mo’ Jazz is a band with a cause... because music heals the soul. Offering a blend of Jazz, Pop, R&B and Gospel, Mo’ Jazz is becoming one of the Triangle’s hottest performing artists. They have incredible stage presence that radiates through the soul with every song. Bringing entertainment, energy and enjoyment... when you get Mo’ Jazz, you get Mo’ Fun!
July 3: Beatlesque
Beatlesque, a four-piece Beatles tribute band, returns to Holly Springs by popular demand. 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, these fab four enjoy the challenge and the thrill of recreating the music that we all know and love.
In honor of National Parks & Recreation month, we are hosting our first ever Arts & Crafts Fair at Summer at the Springs! Join us on July 3 to see all the artistic talent on display when local artists showcase their work.
Want to apply to be a vendor? Submit your application here.
August 7: The Will McBride Group
The Will McBride Group creates music with rich complex chording, funk and Latin rhythmic overtones, and infectious lyrical hooks. Imagine a funkier Steely Dan, a jazzier John Mayer, a more-vocal Santana, or an edgier Stevie Wonder…you get the picture. Adding vocal harmonies, and some tongue-in-cheek satire, The Will McBride Group has become THE premiere jazz-influenced rock/pop trio in Central NC.
September 4: The Buckshot Betty Band
The Buckshot Betty Band blends traditional country music with elements of low-rent bluegrass, Cajun, southern rock, blues, and the occasional side trip into Bakersfield. They have been playing their all-original country stomps, fiddle waltzes, and mandolin melodies throughout North Carolina since 2012. Their music wears many hats and belongs on a cassette tape getting kicked around the floorboards of an El Camino.