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BE PREPARED TO PERFORM AT THE EVERGREEN JAZZ FESTIVAL ON SATURDAY, JULY 24TH: Please arrive at the Evergreen Elks Lodge Patio (27972 Iris Drive) by 9:15am on Saturday, July 24th. We will perform  from 10:15 until 10:45am, and attend until 6pm. We need to arrive by 9:15am on Saturday so we can rehearse and do a sound check before the performance. Be sure to wear your maroon band shirt, khaki slacks, dress shoes, and socks. Be sure to bring a sack lunch and dinner, or money for food. We will leave the festival at 5:00pm. Regular festival badge costs apply for all family members and friends.

Ed will pick Rebecca up at her grandparents’ house at 7:45am. He will then pick Alex D., Molly, and Alex B. up at Flesher-Hinton at 8:15am. We will then do a return car pool, dropping off Alex D., Molly, and Alex B., at Flesher-Hinton at approximately 5:30pm. Rebecca will be dropped off at her grandparents’ house at approximately 5:50pm. Kyle. Matt, and Ray will meet us in Evergreen.  Armando, Cara, and Daniel will car pool together.

We perform on Sun, 7/25 at 10:15 until 10:45am, and then again from 1:30 until 2:15pm. We will attend the festival until 5:00pm. Please plan on arriving by 9:15am on Sunday. Be sure to wear your blue band shirt, khaki slacks, dress shoes, and socks. Once again, be sure to bring a sack lunch & dinner, or money for food. Immediate family members can attend the Sunday 1:30pm Spotlight on Youth Performance at the Lake House for $5.00 each. Anyone who still needs to purchase family member tickets for Sunday’s performance, please bring a check – no cash, if possible. Otherwise, regular festival badge costs apply.

There is no Sunday, July 25th rehearsal.

Documents can be found on the Downloads page. Driving directions can be found on the Event Calendar page.

Please prepare and memorize the following selections for our upcoming Evergreen Jazz Festival performances: Midnight in Moscow,  St. James Infirmary, Washington and Lee Swing, Maple Leaf Rag, Royal Garden Blues, The Mooche, Dead Man Blues, When the Saints Go Marching In, and That’s a Plenty.

See you on Saturday by 9:15am.