U.S. Navy Band to perform at Pioneer High School in March

Be sure to get your free tickets to the U.S. Navy Band performance at Pioneer High School March 10. Photo provided by the U.S. Navy Band.


Pioneer High School is honored to host a performance of the U.S. Navy Bands on March 10.

The Navy Band includes 170 enlisted musicians, recruited from the finest music schools and professional musical organizations, who perform more than 270 public concerts and 1,300 ceremonies each year.

Whether performing at Carnegie Hall, the White House or a rural civic auditorium; sharing the stage with Ernest Borgnine, Itzhak Perlman, Branford Marsalis or Vince Gill; or appearing on television programs like the Today Show, Meet the Press, and Good Morning America, the United States Navy Band is constantly reaffirming why they are “The World’s Finest.”

Instructions for getting free tickets can be found at the Pioneer Bands website.

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