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Jump, Little Children w/ special guests HULA HI-FI

Friday, December 6, 2019
The Main Stage
$25 Advance / $30 Day of Show / $40 Reserved Seating
Tickets on Sale Now
Main Hall Partial Seating - Reserved seating available (50 seats). Standing show with limited balcony seating available on a First Come First Serve Basis Dinner reservations are available in the dining room only for this concert


For 25 years Jump, Little Children has been a “must see” live act. Mixing influences from pop to alt-rock along with hi-energy live shows, they built a following of devoted fans across the US. They will be joined that evening by special guests HULA HI-FI

Jump, Little Children · 9:15pm


2019 marks the 25th year that Jump, Little Children has been a "must see" live band in the Carolinas. Known for their eclectic mix of musical influences from ethereal chamber pop to guitar driven alt-rock along with high-energy live shows, they built a grass-roots following of devoted fans across the country. After over a decade of touring and recording they announced an indefinite hiatus in 2005. In 2015, a 10 year "Reunion" tour that sold out in minutes re-energized the band to fan-fund and record the 2018 critically acclaimed album "Sparrow" and start to tour again. Visit www.jumplittlechildren.com for the latest snapshot of what the band is up to currently.

Hula Hi-Fi · 8:30pm


Surrounded by weathered ukuleles, a haunting steel guitar, and the lush, cinematic weight of The Brno Philharmonic Orchestra (Czech Republic), singers Danica Dora and Josh Kaler set off towards an uncharted archipelago on Hula Hi-Fi’s debut, “The Isle of Forgotten Dreams”. The record takes the best elements of Hawaiian music and baptizes them in a moonlit tidal pool of strings, electronics, and songwriting unafraid to chart the dark underbelly of the human heart. They call it ‘Hawaiian Noir’, an intimate sound full of longing and melancholy. The record took three years to make, and only came to exist thanks to a few people just crazy enough to try making it.