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UW‑Madison Marching Band to Perform in North Shore to Benefit Public Schools

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The UW-Madison Marching Band has performed its famous “Fifth Quarter” to appreciative audiences all over the country, including at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena three years in a row. The incomparable UW Band will be marching lockstep in Milwaukee’s North Shore March 10, as it performs songs from its famous Fifth Quarter and more in the Nicolet High School gymnasium.  This second “Band Together” concert is being hosted to support the four school district foundations in the North Shore; Fox Point-Bayside, Glendale-River Hills, Maple Dale-Indian Hill and Nicolet High School. In 2011, the “Band Together” concert raised over $20,000 to for the schools.


The “Community Tailgate” will take place before the concert.  In addition to refreshments, available for purchase, the event will feature a silent auction, an instrument “Petting Zoo” hosted by Brass Bell, and performances by local school bands. A push-up contest featuring Bucky Badger will take place during intermission.


The public is encouraged to join in this afternoon of music, fun and community spirit. 


 


When:  Sunday, March 10, 2013


              Tailgate and Silent auction: 12:00 p.m.


              Concert begins at 1:30 p.m.


 


Where: Nicolet High School


              6701 N. Jean Nicolet Rd.


              Glendale, WI 


 


Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at any of the four district schools or can be purchased using PayPal by going to http://www.nicolet.k12.wi.us/people/foundation.cfm


and clicking the DONATE button.  (Tickets purchased online are $11 to cover fees and handling.)

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