Inside the Holland Center, there’s a room you may not know about. During the day, we call it the Scott Recital Hall. But at night it transforms into the Holland Music Club — where the drinks are cold, the music is hot, and the party is going strong.
Consider this your invitation.
• Shows are reserved seating with 2-top and 4-top tables (and some single seats in the gallery*).
• Seating opens 90 minutes before the show.
• You can order food and drinks throughout the night.
• Dancing encouraged.
*Please note: single seats in the gallery do not have table service but patrons can get food and drinks from the bar.
The Holland Music Club has top-notch acoustics and a unique atmosphere where performers and audience members connect for a more personal listening experience. At Second Fridays at the Holland Music Club, you'll hear top-touring artists representing
a variety of genres and styles including jazz, blues, indie and more.
"The first thing I noticed right away was the
beautiful acoustics." —Dave Stryker, guitarist
“I can actually hear somebody gasp. I can hear if there’s an impact. That’s where the excitement comes from." —Rico Sisney, emcee
"It's great to have your own table and get a bottle of wine, and just really be able to feel like you have your own space with a great view of the stage. It feels a little more intimate like you get to be part of the band." —Vanessa Jewell, attendee
The Steel Wheels have long been at home in the creative space between tradition and innovation, informed by the familiar sounds of the Virginia mountains where the band was formed, but always moving forward with insightful lyrics and an evolving sound. In 2005, Jay Lapp (vocals, guitars, mandolin) and Eric Brubaker (vocals, fiddle) joined lead singer Trent Wagler (guitar, banjo) in forming the band as a vehicle for Wagler’s songwriting. They released several albums under Wagler’s moniker, before officially adopting the The Steel Wheels name with the 2010 release of Red Wing.
Critically acclaimed rock & soul singer Bette Smith is coming to the Holland Music Club! She traces elements of her life-affirming new album ‘The Good, The Bad and The Bette’ to her childhood in rough Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. Musically, it connects to the gospel music she heard in church and the soul music on the corners. No party host would regret putting on this platter!
Enjoy a swingin’ big band holiday experience of your favorite Christmas music! The Shaun Johnson Big Band Experience is a rare, newcomer to traditional pop — fusing a big band spirit with an inventive edge.
Jazz Journalists Association named Wycliffe Gordon 2020 “Trombonist of the Year” for the record breaking 13th time, and he’s topped Downbeat Critics Poll for “Best Trombone” again for an unprecedented six times (2020, 2018, 2016, 2014, 2013 & 2012). Last year he was the recipient of the “Louie Award”, the International Trombone Award and the Satchmo Award, among others. Wycliffe is a prolific recording artist and is extremely popular for his unmatched signature sound, plunger technique and unique vocals.
4 singers, 2 guitars, bass, drums, keys, 2 dancers, percussion; horn player. Groove to the sounds & rhythms of the cumbia, bachata, norteño and other popular music from Latin America performed by some of South Omaha’s finest musicians!
Don't miss lead signer, Keith Roberts' powerhouse vocals on display at the Young Dubliners! As one of the world's leading Celtic Rock bands, the Young Dubliners take stage with a solid line up and new batch of songs at the Holland Music Club.
1200 Douglas Street, Omaha, NE 68102