Michigan City Municipal Band performs June 10 at Washington Park

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MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. – The Michigan City Municipal Band will begin its 153rd season this Thursday with a free concert in Washington Park.

The Band will perform at the Guy F. Foreman Bicentennial Amphitheater at 7:30 p.m.

This week’s concert is the first of ten Thursday performances from June 10 to August 12.

All concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. and last about an hour.

The June 10 concert will feature the following pieces:

  • Dedicatory Overture by Clifton Williams
  • Air for Band by Frank Erickson
  • Credo by William Owens
  • Washington Post March by John Philip Sousa
  • Stitches in Time: A Second Piece (premiere) by Meredith Brammeier
  • Mexican Hat Dance by Felipe A. Partichela
  • Into the Woods by Stephen Sondheim, arr. Michael Brown
  • Whip and Spur Galop by Fred S. Allen, arr. Ray Cramer
  • My America arr. Joyce Eilers
  • Beau Monde (premiere) by Jack Stamp

Parking is available in the lots closest to the amphitheater and at the Senior Center.

Entrance to the park is free with a Michigan City Park sticker. Otherwise, there is a parking fee.

Parking on Lake Shore Drive is prohibited.

Visit the Band’s Facebook page for more information.

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