Brian Waite Band teaching children about equality through musical - Battle of the Bands

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Seattle-based, children's music group will be performing a musical to educate children about prejudice, equality and compromise at the Richmond Beach Library on July 11th at 7pm. 

The 45 minute show is designed for 2-10 year olds and is called "Battle of the Bands".

Wednesday, July 11, 2018, 7pm
Battle of the Bands at the Richmond Beach Library 19601 21st Ave NW, Shoreline. FREE.

Come sing, dance and laugh with the Seattle-based band that has rocked its way into the hearts of both kids and parents as they journey to the musical land of Rockmania, where they help the arguing natives of Fastopolis, Beatborough and Lowburg learn that working together and playing in harmony make for a better and happier country. This 45 minute musical is designed to educate children about prejudice, equality and compromise in an amusing and engaging way.

Brian Waite Band
The Brian Waite Band was born from the idea of creating live rock shows that thrill both parents and children alike.

Founded in 2001 by Brian Waite (guitar), Todd Gray (drums) and Clif Swiggett (bass), the trio began touring the West Coast, and before they knew it, their music was being played all over the world.

Seventeen years and eight critically acclaimed CD’s later, their interactive shows have evolved into more than just children’s concerts. 

The Brian Waite Band’s live shows combine musical theater, imaginative storytelling, laughs and a great rock ‘n roll concert filled with original songs that take the whole family on a “Rock ‘n Roll Adventure”.


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