No Tickets Left for Concert, But Fans Admitted if Space Available
The Arts Council of Moore County will present the United States Navy Band Tuesday, March 2, at 7 p.m. at R.E. Lee Auditorium on the campus of Pinecrest High School. The band will be under the direction of Lt. Cmdr. Richard H. Bailey.
Although no tickets are left for the free concert, music fans who failed to get tickets may still have a chance of being admitted by being at the auditorium at 6:45 p.m.
If there are any vacant seats at that time, people will be admitted with or without tickets.
The U.S. Navy Band, the Navy's premier musical organization, was established by Congress in 1925. Located in the Sail Loft at the historic Washington Navy Yard, the band presents honors at official ceremonies and memorial services and performs hundreds of public concerts annually around the country.
Recognized as "The World's Finest," the band features some of the nation's top musicians and performs a variety of music from classical orchestral works to original arrangements of current popular favorites, as well as traditional marches and patriotic fare.
The concert is sponsored by the Arts Council of Moore County, Dogwood Printing, Moore County Concert Band, Pinecrest High School, The Pilot, STAR 102.5FM and WIOZ 550AM.
For additional information on this concert, contact the Arts Council of Moore County at 910-692-ARTS (2787) or click onto at www.mooreart.org.
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