Online Performances

While we've been apart during the COVID-19 pandemic, the staff at the Holly Springs Cultural Center have teamed up with local musicians to keep the music! Enjoy these online performances and keep checking back here for more content.

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Upcoming Performances:

Route 55 Jazz Orchestra

Sunday, October 4, 2020 at 6PM

Previous Performances

Missed the show? Don't worry! Our library of past performances is updated regularly.


2Digh4 (pronounced Two Die Four) is a country/rock/pop band founded by brothers Landon and Aubrey Digh from Fuquay-Varina, NC. Formed in 2014, 2Digh4 has played at multiple big events, including the Carolina Country Music Festival in Myrtle Beach, SC in 2016 and the Coca-Cola 600 NASCAR race at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Charlotte, NC in 2018. The brothers write original songs for the group. On July 12th, 2019, 2Digh4 released their very first single, "North Carolina." In addition to their own songs, 2Digh4 entertains audiences with a variety of songs by other artists spanning from yesterday's music to today's. 

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.

Mo' Jazz

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!

Route 55 Jazz Orchestra presents 

"Don't Get Around Much Anymore!"

Route 55 Jazz Orchestra was founded in the fall of 2006 and its membership consists of community musicians who are serious about their commitment to making authentic Big Band Jazz in the tradition of Basie, Kenton, Miller, and more!