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35th Infantry Division Band to Perform July 18 in Russell

Kansas National GuardThe 35th Infantry Division Band, the official band of the Kansas National Guard, has announced its summer concert series.

The free public summer concert series will be presented in a number of communities across the state. Audience attendance for past concerts has averaged from 400 to 500 people per concert.

The Music Performance Teams of the 35th Division Band and the music each plays include:

  • Concert Band – Military, Contemporary, Popular
  • Bullseye Brass (Brass Quintet) – Chamber, Contemporary, Popular
  • Heartland Brass (Brass Quintet) – Chamber, Contemporary, Popular
  • Prairie Winds (Woodwind Quintet) – Chamber, Contemporary, Popular
  • Sounds of Freedom (Small Brass Ensemble) – Chamber, Contemporary, Popular
  • Hard to Handle (Rock Band) – Top 40 Hits
  • Night Breeze (Jazz Combo) – Jazz Standards

All concerts will last approximately an hour and 15 minutes.

The summer schedule is:

July 8

  • Scott City – El Quartelejo Museum, 902 W. 5th St., 2 PM – Heartland Brass and Prairie Winds
  • Cimarron – Cimarron Crossing Park, South Main St., 7 PM – Sounds of Freedom and Bullseye Brass
  • Sublette – Municipal Park, 7 PM - Night Breeze

July 9

  • Greensburg– Twilight Theater, 200 S. Main St., 7:30 PM – Concert Band

July 10

  • Dodge City – Public Library, 1001 N. 2nd Ave., 12 PM – Prairie Winds
  • Dodge City – Wright Park, 7:30 PM – Concert Band

July 11

  • Hugoton – Senior Center, 624 S. Main St., 11:30 AM – Sounds of Freedom
  • Liberal – Tobias Park, 430 N. Grant St., 12 PM – Night Breeze

July 12

  • Larned – Fort Larned Historic Site, 1767 Hwy 156, 7 PM – Heartland Brass
  • Hugoton – City Park, 300 S. Main St., 7 PM – Hard to Handle
  • Johnson – Stanton County Junior/Senior High, 200 W. Weaver, 7 PM – Bullseye Brass
  • Leoti – District Courthouse Lawn, 206 S. 4th St., 7 PM – Sounds of Freedom

July 13

  • Great Bend – Public Library, 1409 Williams, 10:30 AM – Bullseye Brass and Prairie Winds
  • Garden City – City Park, 7 PM – Concert Band

July 14

  • Liberal – Liberal High School, 1611 W. 2nd St., 7 PM – Concert Band

July 15

  • WaKeeney – Trego Community High School, 1200 Russell Ave., 7 PM – Concert Band

July 16

  • Hays – Schmidt Gallery, Hays Public Library, 1205 Main St., 12 PM – Bullseye Brass
  • Smith Center – Wagner Park, 200 E. 3rd St., 1 PM – Hard to Handle and Night Breeze
  • Hays – Fort Hays State University, 600 Park Street, 7 PM – Concert Band

July 17

  • Hays – Schmidt Gallery, Hays Public Library, 1205 Main St., 12 PM – Night Breeze
  • Great Bend – Courthouse Square, 1400 Main St., 7:30 PM – Concert Band

July 18

  • Hays – Fort Hays Historic Site, 1472 Hwy 183 Alt, 11 AM – Prairie Winds and Heartland Brass
  • Oakley – Fick Fossil Museum/Library, 700 W. 3rd, 12 PM – Hard to Handle
  • Russell – Public Library, 126 E. Wisconsin, 1 PM – Sounds of Freedom
  • Colby – Colby Community College, 1255 S. Range Ave., 7:30 PM – Concert Band

July 19

  • Hays – Schmidt Gallery, Hays Public Library, 1205 Main St., 12 PM – Hard to Handle
  • Logan – Public Library, 109 W. Main St., 1 PM – Prairie Winds
  • Philipsburg – TBD, 12 PM – Heartland Brass
  • Goodland – Public Library, 812 Broadway, 7 PM (Mountain Time) – Bullseye Brass
  • Osborne – City Park, 325 W. Main, 7 PM – Heartland Brass and Sounds of Freedom
  • Dighton – Lane County Fairgrounds, 7 PM – Hard to Handle

July 20

  • Wichita – Kansas Bandmaster's Association, Doubletree Hotel, 2098 S. Airport Road, 7 PM – Concert Band

(Information courtesy Kansas Adjutant General's Department.)

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