2016-10-28 / Schools

Pioneers present 48th Band Spectacular

32 high schools to compete

MAROON AND GOLD—The Simi Valley High School Marching Pride perform their field show during a recent competition. Photos courtesy of Danny Ceralde MAROON AND GOLD—The Simi Valley High School Marching Pride perform their field show during a recent competition. Photos courtesy of Danny Ceralde The Simi Valley High School Marching Pride, under the direction of band director Daniel Pracher and color guard director Juan Gonzalez, will host the 48th annual Band Spectacular from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat., Nov. 5 at the Simi Valley High School stadium, 5400 Cochran St., Simi Valley.

Gates open at 11 a.m., and the event is open to the public.

The SVHS Band Spectacular is a marching band field show competition featuring 32 high schools from throughout Southern California. It is run entirely by booster parent volunteers and is the largest fundraiser for the music department each year.

During the event, the award-winning Simi Valley High School Marching Pride will perform its original field show “A New World,” featuring music from Dvorak’s New World Symphony.

Tickets, available at the gate, are $10 for adults and $5 for seniors and children under 10. Pets are not allowed in the venue.

For more information and the show lineup, visit www.simihighmusic.com.

The Simi Valley Music Boosters is a nonprofit organization and accepts donations of any kind to help strengthen the school music program.

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