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The WannaBeatles Kick Off Brentwood Concert Series

Brentwood families can soak up a nostalgia-filled evening of fun and dancing.

Beatles tribute band The Wannabeatles is bringing a little Fab Four fun to Crockett Park when they kick off the Brentwood Summer Concerts this Sunday, June 11 from 6 – 8 p.m.

In 2020, Country Music News International referred to the Grammy-nominated group as “obviously the World’s favorite Beatles-Bootleg act.” While listening to pop hits of the 1960s, attendees can stop by the food truck village for a bite to eat. Families are encouraged to bring cash (low denominations) to speed up transactions. Vendors at the June 11 concert include:

  • Blue Monkey Shaved Ice
  • Bradley’s Creamery
  • Grandma’s Kitchen La Pasita
  • Steaming Goat
  • Zander’s Woodfired Pizza

 The Brentwood Summer Concert Series has become a community staple over the last three decades, offering Brentwood citizens a chance to relax and enjoy live music in a beautiful outdoor setting.

Remaining Brentwood Summer Concerts

The concert series will continue on June 18 when The Music City Stones, a Nashville-based Rolling Stones tribute band, perform. On Saturday, June 24, the City will host the Third Annual Brentfest, featuring a beer garden and a fun zone for children. This event will include performances by Cruizin Keys Dueling Pianos, two pianists playing an eclectic mix of music genres, and Rubiks Groove, the 80s and 90s cover band. 

The Summer Concert Series will culminate with Brentwood’s popular Red, White, and Boom celebration, from 7-10 p.m. on Tuesday, July 4. The Smoking Section will headline this concert, with the fireworks show set to begin at 9 p.m.

All events will take place in Crockett Park’s Eddy Arnold Amphitheater, located at 1500 Volunteer Parkway. For more information, including a list of food trucks scheduled for each event, visit brentwoodtn.gov/departments/summer-concert-series



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Michael Aldrich

Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 4-year-old Ezra and baby Norah.