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We welcome high school bands to participate in the 25th annual Heart of America Marching Festival sponsored by the University of Kansas Bands and the Northeast District of the Kansas Music Educators Association. The contest date is Saturday, Oct. 29, 2016 and the deadline for entries is Friday, Sept. 30, 2016.

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2016 Heart of America Marching Festival
Memorial Stadium, University of Kansas
Lawrence, Kansas
 
Admission:
Adults - $10
Seniors and Children 12 or younger - $5
Children under 5 - Free
 
Performance Times:
2:00 - Gardner Edgerton 
2:15 - St. Charles West 
2:30 - Raytown South 
2:45 - Maize South 
3:00 - Belton
3:15 - Lawrence Free State 
3:30 - Eisenhower 
3:45 - Lee's Summit 
4:00 - Break
4:15 - Valley Center
4:30 - Topeka West 
4:45 - Lansing 
5:00 - Platte County 
5:15 - Hutchinson 
3:30 - Eisenhower 
5:45 - Olathe Northwest 
6:00 - Derby 
6:15 - Break
6:45 - Buhler 
7:00 - Olathe North
7:15 - Blue Valley North 
7:30 - Lawrence 
7:45 - Shawnee Mission South
8:00 - Olathe East 
8:15 - Olathe South 
8:30 - KU Marching Jayhawks
 
Adjudicators:
Matt Roeder, University of Colorado
Jim Hudson, Arizona State University
Richard Frey, Colorado State University
Clif Walker, Gateway Indoor/Blue Springs HS
Denise Hudson, Arizona State University

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