Rock out with local bands on the outdoor stage, between the school and the park, at this yearly community festival. The whole neighborhood comes together alongside our school groups to offer rockin’ grub, rockin’ swag, and student club fundraising activities. Bring your own picnic blanket and cooler to enjoy the tunes, but remember to leave alcohol and glass at home. If the weather’s bad, the whole event moves inside to the Café. Adults can buy wristbands in advance, and kids are free! Be sure to grab a collectible poster and t-shirt as well whether you pre-order your tickets on-line or get them in person at the show.
The Spring 2020 details have not been announced.
What makes it awesome?
The concert has always brought together the talents of neighborhood parents and entrepreneurs. Poster artwork, advertising, T-shirt design, musical talent, and sound engineering talents have all been donated by amazing professionals who are part of our school and neighborhood.
How’d last year go?
The 2019 festival was the 11th annual event, and took place on April 13th, from 3-6pm. The lineup included School of Rock, Billy King & The Bad Bad Bad, and Detroit Steel - with food trucks, ice cream, and a temporary rock tattoo stand for good measure.
The event raised over $2,000 for the Brentwood PTA, and each of the student clubs raised $100 towards their missions!
The longest anyone waited in line for free ice cream was clocked at an impressive 1hour 20min! That’s a dedicated sweet tooth!
The winners of the never-announced-just-created dance competition were the 5th grade picnic table dancers!
Who to Contact
The Spring 2019 chair was Kristine Shafer (email). She’ll chair it again in Spring 2020.