CUMMING, Ga. — John, David, and Joe White are no strangers to the entertainment business. In 2008, the Cumming natives opened 37 Main in Buford, Georgia. A few years later, they opened another location in Gainesville, and the brothers continue to expand.

“We're getting ready to open up a new one in Avondale Estates,” David said. “It's a 1920s theater. We're excited about that one and also the opportunity to hopefully open something up in Cumming at the city center.”

Later this week, the White’s will be part of Cumming’s annual 4th of July Celebration, as 37 Main presents Red, White, and Rock Music Fest.

“It will be an all-day music fest starting at 1,” Joe said. “We have like six bands. Our headliner is a band called Cowboy. It's a Kid Rock tribute. Going on right before them, there will be a band called 84. They’re a Van Halen tribute. So we've got a good variety for everyone.”

He says the music starts around 1 p.m. and goes most of the day. The event will culminate with fireworks at 9:30 p.m., weather permitting.

The White brothers say they’re humbled by the opportunity to provide live music for such a big event.

“It feels really good to come back to our hometown and spend the holiday here and have everybody come out,” John said.

37 Main has some other festivals on the horizon, including the 2nd annual Cumming Music Fest on July 27.

“Last year, we saw around 6,000 people at that event, so we're expecting a good turnout,” Joe said. “This year, we’re benefitting the Family Haven which is a shelter for battered women and children who experience domestic violence. Then, the next one coming up is 37 Main’s Rock for Rescue, and that will be a benefit for the humane society of Forsyth County. For that event, we've got two unbelievable acts, one of which is Departure. They’re a tribute to Journey. And the next is a band called Electric Avenue. They’re an 80s MTV experience. Super fun show! And then we'll wrap up our summer with the country superstar Joe Nichols. He'll be out here on September 14th, so we've got a busy summer.”

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