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Bands in ‘March on Madison’ return to stadium field on Sept. 28

MADISON – Back for another evening of exciting sights and sounds, “March on Madison” will draw several bands to Madison City Schools Stadium, 211 Celtic Drive to perform their halftime or competition field shows on Sept. 28.

Scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m., March on Madison will assemble marching bands from the host school, Bob Jones High School; James Clemens High School; St John Paul II Catholic High School; Madison Academy; and Athens High School.

In addition, the Color Guard with Discovery Middle School Marching Band will present routines from their 2021 guard exercises.

‘Early bird’ tickets for $5 are available on GoFan at https://gofan.co/app/events/394095?schoolId=AL253. Tickets at the event will cost $6.

Guests can enjoy snacks from the concession stand. Parking is free.

Bob Jones Band Boosters are sponsoring the event. For more information, visit Facebook/March on Madison.

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