Battle of the Bands to include Carmel Valley group

The Santana Brother B.A.N.D.

Westfield North Countywill hold its second annual Battle of the Bands, a free musical showcase featuring 10 local musical group performances with musicians ranging in age from 10 to 19. The competition will take place on Saturday, May 31, from noon-5 p.m., as an extension of Westfield’s continued efforts to support the arts and encourage personal growth in youth through music.

Among those performing include Carmel Valley-based The Santana Brothers B.A.N.D., a high-energy rock band made up of the Santana triplets Brendan, Alexander and Nathan, older brother Daniel Santana and keyboardist Jacob “J.T.”

This free family-friendly event will be held outdoors on the east side of Westfield North County off of Beethoven Street and next to Aria Bridal. For more information about Battle of the Bands, please visit Westfield North County’s Facebook page, call (760) 489-0631, or follow on Twitter for updates at @WestfieldNC or via the event hashtag, #NorthCountyBOTB.

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