Music of the Civil War (Redlands) — August 14

A Concert for Lincoln – Honor to our Heroes – Music of the Civil War will be held on Tuesday, August 14, 2012 from 8:15pm to 10:30pm by the Armory Band.  Come early to enjoy The Community Sing which begins at 7:15 p.m.    This event is located at The Redlands Bowl on 25 Grant Street, Redlands.    Event admission and parking are FREE.

Come early for a good seat. Bring a blanket or chairs for the grassy area or sit in the provided benches.  Come early for closer parking.    Parking is all around the neighborhood.   They sell food, but you are also welcome to bring your own picnic supper.

Here is more about this event:

THE ARMORY BAND. Playing on instruments that are restorations and replicas from the Civil War era, the band performs as a tribute to all those musicians serving in, or for, both armies of this country during the Civil War. Their uniforms and other equipment complete the authentic impression of the era. Rich with sounds of instrument and voice, the band combines music and history to tell stories, many long forgotten, about the American Civil War.

This is a Civil War era music revue performed by brass and string bands, vocalists, dancers, with Abraham Lincoln and Jenny Lind impressions.   The music is traditional, opera, camp and regimental.

For those of you that joined my husband and I at the Pirate Dance in Romoland last Saturday just want you to know that Logan, Ezra and Landon Creighton will be participating in the dance along with others you may know… Monique and Charlotte Wright, Megan Roth, Dana Cash, and Spencer Watson.

Come support the continuing excellence of the Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festivals now in their 75th Year!

This is America’s oldest continuously running summer music festival.   And is FREE!

Visit their website for more information and upcoming events at http://www.redlandsbowl.org.

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I am a homeschooling mom living in Hemet, California. I am interested in building a better community for the ones I love.
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