The Unauthorized Rolling Stones has been touring the Bay Area for five years and has created a show that is equivalent to an actual Stones show, according to frontman Rudy Colombini, who performs as Mick Jagger.
"We're quite good at what we do," said Colombini.
The band, which includes Jim Riddick, Mark Banning, Mike Watermann, and Kenny Crampton, has also performed in Europe and Asia, but this will be its first time in Brentwood.
The Unauthorized Rolling Stones will perform classic Stones' hits such as "Satisfaction" and "Ruby Tuesday," but they also play less-known songs such as "Can't You Hear Me Knocking?" Colombini said the band also likes to play "Like a Rolling Stone" by Bob Dylan.
Colombini said the crowd should expect a "vivid" performance, which includes 25 songs, four costume changes and no breaks. It will be a "sexy, nasty show" that embodies the spirit of the Rolling Stones.
While the show is scheduled to end at 9 p.m., Colombini said they will play until they are kicked off the stage.
"We play until they pull the plug," said Colombini.
A pre-1965 car show will be held in City Park during the concert. Those owning a pre-1965 automobile are welcome to take part in the show. No registration fee is required. Car owners simply bring their cars to City Park. Someone will be there to direct them where to park. Cars should arrive at 6 p.m. at the parking lot between City Park and Liberty High School. The cars will be displayed under the trees of City Park near the concert stage. Vehicles are expected to remain in the park for the duration of the concert, from 7 to 9 p.m. Participants will receive a complimentary Starry Nights dash plaque courtesy of Intero Real Estate.
Based on the success of the first show in July, Brentwood Parks and Recreation is expecting up to 50 cars for the crowd to feast its eyes on.
For more information, call Brentwood Parks and Recreation at 516-5444.