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"Marching Music's Major League" competes in SUMMER MUSIC GAMES

Emily Begley
7 p.m. (gates open 5:30 p.m.), Tuesday June 25 | Advanced Purchase:$18 premium, $14 preferred, $10 value seating At Gate: $20 premium, $16 preferred, $12 value seating

"Marching Music's Major League" comes to Fairfield to compete in the SUMMER MUSIC GAMES, a major Drum Corps International competition showcasing more than 1,000 individuals ages 14 to 22. The Bluecoats drum corps presents a Full Corps Clinic 3:30-5 p.m. at Fairfield Stadium, during which participants stand on the field next to corps members and learn skills and disciplines from some of the best educators in the world. The clinic is free with a ticket to the evening competition, and no musical experience is required.



Where: Fairfield Senior High School
Phone: 513-858-DRUM
Address: 8800 Holden Blvd.
Website: dci.org

Fairfield Senior High School

8800 Holden Blvd.
Fairfield, Ohio
45014
 
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