There’s no better way to ring in the holidays than by joining the Raleigh Ringers for their annual holiday concerts at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Raleigh.

This Raleigh holiday tradition will feature the band’s unique renditions of sacred, secular and popular music, including some rock ‘n’ roll.

There will be two performances at Meymandi Concert Hall at the Duke Energy Center in downtown Raleigh, NC: 4 p.m. on Saturday, December 17, 2022 and 4 p.m. on Sunday, December 18, 2022.

“We’ve heard from so many people that our concerts have become a Raleigh holiday tradition for their families,” says David Harris, director. “As a band that started here and has been in Raleigh for over 30 years, it means so much to us to have the support of our hometown. While the band travels extensively, our holiday gigs in Raleigh are a highlight for our ringers. It’s a chance to celebrate the season with our community and the Raleigh family who have supported us for so many years.”

More information and tickets for the concert at Meymandi Concert Hall are available online through The Raleigh Ringers. Ticket prices: Adults – $26; Seniors – $22; Groups of 10 or more – $19, students – $14. Tickets go on sale September 15 and are available through Ticketmaster or the Duke Energy Center box office.®id=61&

The Raleigh Ringers is an internationally acclaimed advanced community choir based in Raleigh, North Carolina. Since its founding in 1990, The Raleigh Ringers has dazzled concert audiences with unique renditions of sacred, secular and popular music, including famous rock ‘n’ roll. The group has performed in 39 states, the District of Columbia, Canada, England and France. In addition to touring, the band plays two weekend concerts each year in Raleigh. The Raleigh Ringers sponsor annual festivals for young and adult ringers, a workshop for beginner ringers, and a reading and ringing for advanced ringers, in addition to teaching ringing technique classes several times a year. The ensemble has commissioned 150 compositions and produced seven CDs and two DVDs, portions of which are broadcast annually on PBS stations.