Holland Center Outdoors
We're moving the stage to the green lawn next to the Holland Center for two days of FREE concerts. You'll be able to lay out your blankets and chairs in our socially distant lawn squares, safely enjoy concerts on the stage and purchase food provided
by some of Omaha's best food trucks - Maria Bonita and Little Ve's Latin Vegan Cuisine, bar service will also be available. These events are first-come first-served, rain or shine and have limited capacity of 95 lawn squares with up to 8 per group, suggested minimum of 4.
For your safety:
Lawn opens one hour prior to event.
The Swon Brothers | September 25 | 6 PM
with Sack of Lions
The Swon Brothers have been thrilling audiences since they were old enough to walk and talk, first in their parent’s band as children, then on their own as the sibling duo we’ve all come to know and love since their time as finalists on the NBC singing competition “The Voice.”
The two have mastered the art of entertainment since that time, bringing their contagious, high-octane energy to each and every performance, no matter how large or small the size of the room. Their ability to connect with their audience sets them apart. Their witty banter and onstage brotherly camaraderie combined with their excellent musicianship and tight family harmonies, make for a winning show that fans of all ages will enjoy!
Omaha/Lincoln based Sack of Lions have drifted all over the country accumulating a fan flock of dreamers, road trippers and heart breakers. A mix of country, roots, rock and high energy, they're sure to appeal to country fans of all ages and tastes.
The band has appeared with legends like Travis Tritt, Tracy Lawrence and John Michael Montgomery, Whiskey Myers, Kane Brown and more!
Please note, Sack of Lions will go on at 6 PM with The Swon Brothers at 7 PM.
Family Fun Day | September 26 | 12-4 PM
Join us for an afternoon of family fun with pop up performances from Omaha Circus Arts, activities provided by the Omaha Children’s Museum and high energy, interactive performances by past Musical Explorers Artists including Root Marm Chicken Farm – a jug band from Lincoln, Nebraska and the Marcos & Sabor – a group from Omaha, Nebraska that performs a variety of genres including Latin, Mariachi and more!
12:00 - 4:00 PM
Omaha Circus Arts and Omaha Children's Museum Activities
12:00 - 1:00 PM
Root Marm Chicken Farm
1:30 - 2:30 PM
African Culture Connection
3:00 - 4:00 PM
Marcos & Sabor
Bassel & The Supernaturals | September 26 | 6 PM
Deeply inspired by Otis Redding, Bassel & The Supernaturals tells the story of Bassel Almadani's experience as a first generation Syrian-American using soulful melodies, funk inspired grooves and captivating lyrics regarding love, loss and the war in Syria. The group has performed on stages across SXSW, John F. Kennedy Center, Summerfest, Millenium Park and have supported touring artist including Brother Ali, Aesop Rock, The Dandy Warhols and many more.
Mary Elizabeth Jo Dixen Lawson aka Mesonjixx is an artist who currently resides in Omaha who has not only become a fixture of the Nebraska music scene, but has risen to the top of artists in the Midwest with her Afro-futuristic experimental subculture soul music. Her current trio was selected to open for Kamasi Washington's recent Omaha performance and were returning festival favorite at this year's True/False Independent Film Festival in Columbia, Missouri.
Please note Mesonjixx will go on at 6 PM with Bassel and The Supernaturals at 7 PM.