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*****Media Advisory*****
Press Release
FREE Summer Concerts in the Park

Starry Nights in Brentwood downtown Concerts in the Park series celebrates its fifth year this summer by adding something new to the fun and festive event – it’s now FREE!!

Sponsored by the City of Brentwood Parks and Recreation Department, Chamber of Commerce, the Arts Commission and the Art Society, this free Friday night series offers a variety of musical flavors including Latin jazz, country, classic rock, 70’s pop, blues, and a tribute to the Everly Brothers, Buddy Holly and the Beatles.

Concerts will be held every Friday night in City Park from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. except for July 4 and July 11. Bring your blanket and picnic dinner and enjoy “Starry Nights in Brentwood.” The musical line-up for this summer:

  • June 20 Shanachie                                                 (Folk)
  • June 27 Westwind                                                 (Contemporary Jazz)
  • July 18 Lee Waterman                                           (Latin Jazz)
  • July 25 Hurricane Sam                                           (Blues)
  • August 1 The All American Boys Chorus               "Salute to America and Her Music"
  • August 8 Fred McCarty                                         (Country)
  • August 15 Matt Michael's Band                             (70's Pop)
  • August 22 Legends of Yesterday                           (A tribute to The Everly Brothers, Buddy Holly and the Beatles)
  • August 29 Ghostown                                             (Country)
  • September 5 J.J. Hawg                                         (Classic Rock)
  • September 12 Clayton Louis and the Soulbenders  (Blues)

The following are prohibited in the park during the events: no dogs, glass containers or audio/video recording devices. All other park rules apply.

For further information contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 925-516-5444.
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