The first-ever Music Under the Stars is coming to White House.
Starting at 6 p.m. on May 31, the White House Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the first ever Music Under the Stars event, a summer concert series presented by Debbie Bryant “nashvillesHOMEgirl.com.”
The night be filled with live music from local artists as well as food trucks such as Delaney’s Street Eats and Sam T. Spoonlickers that serves edible craft cookie dough that is safe and fun to eat. Also, there will be free inflatables provided by North Nash Event Rentals.
All the events will take place in the field beside the splash pad on Carmack Drive.
Chamber President and CEO, Mandy Christenson said, “As the Chamber, we truly believe that community involvement is what makes our town so special. By creating the Music and Movies Under the Stars event, this gives our community the chance to stay local and continue to build relationships with one another.”
White House residents Nathan Woodard and Ava Hurst will perform on May 31. The opening act is White House Middle Schooler Ava Hurst. Hurst began singing and performing the day she was able to talk and walk. At eight years old she began vocal training and performing in Lubbock, Texas.
“Within the past few years Ava has shared her gift with many audiences from recitals, commercial voice overs to private and public events.”
She and her family relocated to White House in June of 2017 where she has performed the National Anthem at Vanderbilt and Lipscomb sporting events.
“Ava is beginning to network in the Nashville area and is looking forward to sharing her love for music and touching others through her vocal gift from God!”
Following Hurst, singer/songwriter Nathan Woodard will entertain the crowd with originals and covers. Woodard began signing at the age of five in his family’s church and by eight, he was playing the guitar. Woodard is now a songwriter for Lifeway Songs and has released several albums with his newest one being “Up There.” His song “Up There” is on the Country Christian Top Charts where it has been for several weeks.
He serves as the worship leader at White House First Baptist Church. For more information, please contact the Chamber at 615-672-3937.