Operation MWR

Save the Date for the best concert of the summer!

Event gates open at 5:30 p.m.

Naval Station Everett Morale, Welfare and Recreation is pleased to play host to special musical guest artists to help kick off your summer. We will have a color run before, two live concerts, food, drinks, inflatables, activities for kids, and more.

This amazing event will also have a kids’ zone, beer garden, and food trucks (See details below)

  • Date: Friday, June 14, 2024
  • Time: Summer Fest starts at 5:30 p.m., “Breland" is scheduled to open at 6:30 p.m., followed by “Plain White T's” at 7:45 p.m.
  • Location: The Commons Parking Lot
  • Parking: Parking Lot A
  • Cost: The event is FREE – general admission and parking
  • Kids’ Zone 
  • Beer Garden
  • Food & Drinks: Vendors accept cash or card.
    • Scotsman Espresso
    • Big Dogs Food Truck
    • Cathouse Pizza Food Truck
  • Seating: Patrons are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs.
  • VIP Passes with Meet & Greet: Passes will be raffled off. Details TBA.


Friday, June 14

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About the Artists

Plain White T's
Since 1997, the Chicago quartet Plain White T's have delivered unforgettable pop rock anthems, amassing 2.7+ billion streams and multiple Platinum and Gold certifications. 'Hey There Delilah' hit 4x Platinum, topped the Billboard Hot 100 and led to GRAMMY nominations in 2008. They have made their pop culture mark by appearing on highly visible shows such as the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, Sesame Street, and Beavis & Butthead, all the while nabbing press accolades from TIME, Billboard, ESPN, Rolling Stone, MTV, MSNBC, and more. Plain White T's have proven to be a reliable musical force, as well as a career band that shows no signs of stopping or slowing down.

The breakout star transforming Country music globally, achieved Platinum with “My Truck,” surpassing 1.1 billion streams. The New Jersey artist's international tour and energetic performances earned praise, notably from Rolling Stone and Billboard as a symbol and visionary of Country's evolution.