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Blue Band To Perform Annual Bandorama Concert on November 14

The Blue Band, recently voted the best college marching band in the country, will conclude its season with the annual Bandorama concert at 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 14, in the Eisenhower Auditorium. The Penn State Symphonic Band will kick off the show, conducted by Dennis Glocke.

Led by Director Dr. O. Richard Bundy, the band will play halftime favorites including pop songs like “Happy” by Pharrell Williams and patriotic tunes like “76 Trombones” by Meredith Wilson. The Blue Band Silks and Majorettes will also preform in Bandorma with solo and group performances.

“Bandorama is one of the most exciting events on the Blue Band’s calendar annually,” Blue Band President Stephen Payne said in a press release.  “Our audience has the amazing opportunity to hear an entire season’s worth of music in one sitting.”

Tickets can be purchased at the Eisenhower Auditorium box office and are $16 for adults, $6 for chidren, and $11 for Penn State students. Parking for the event will be provided at the Eisenhower Parking Deck.

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