The 101st Army Concert Band

The 101st Army Concert Band is a ensemble of 40 citizen-soldiers. The band will play at the Tabor Opera House on June 30.

To catch the spirit of Independence Day, come enjoy the 101st Army Concert Band. The band plays patriotic music for the public, veterans and their families, and current members of the military.

The ensemble performs symphonic concerts consisting of classical music and marches, and they play a salute to veterans at every performance. The band consists of 40 citizen-soldiers who perform together part time, while maintaining their duties as soldiers and living and working in their communities.

The band is a component of the Colorado Army National Guard, acting as musical ambassadors for the state of Colorado and the United States Army.

The 101st Army Band will play at the Tabor Opera House at 2 p.m. on June 30. Admission is free; tickets can be reserved online at taboroperahouse.net through June 29.

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