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23 events across the United States

September-November 2020

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Mail: Music for All
39 W. Jackson Place - Suite 150
Indianapolis, IN 46225

Phone: 800-848-2263 or 317-636-2263

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Bands of America Regional Championships Twenty-three Bands of America Regional Championships are being held this fall across the nation. Bands of America Championships are recognized as the premiere high school marching band events in the United States.

The Regional Championships offer world-class band performances by many of the finest high school marching bands in America with expert evaluators.

2020 BOA Regional Schedule

September 19, 2020
McAllen, TX
  Veterans Memorial Stadium

Bowling Green, OH
  Bowling Green State University
Clarksville, TN
  Austin Peay State University
September 26, 2020
Powder Springs, GA
  McEachern H.S.

Austin, TX
  Kelly Reeves Athletic Complex
Dayton, OH
  Welcome Stadium
October 3, 2020
Cedar Falls, IA
  University of Northern Iowa

Midland, TX
  Grande Communications Stadium
Houston, TX
  Legacy Stadium - Katy ISD

Obetz, OH
  Fortress Obetz
October 10, 2020
College Park, MD
  University of Maryland

Dallas/Fort Worth, TX
  Pennington Field, Bedford, TX
Johnson City, TN
  East Tennessee State University

Flagstaff, AZ
  Northern Arizona University
October 16-17, 2020 October 17, 2020
St. Louis, MO
  (Super Regional)
  The Dome at America's Center
Lynchburg, VA
  Liberty University

Waco, TX
  McLane Stadium at Baylor University
October 23-24, 2020 October 24, 2020
Indianapolis, IN
  (Super Regional)
  Lucas Oil Stadium
Jacksonville, AL
  Jacksonville State University

Orlando, FL
  Camping World Stadium
October 30-31, 2020 October 31, 2020
San Antonio, TX
  (Super Regional)
  Alamodome
St. George, UT
  Dixie State University
November 7, 2020
Southern California
  Site TBD
 

Get complete results and event coverage at www.MusicForAll.org.

Ticket Information

• Tickets are available online at MusicForAll.org or by phone at 800.848.BAND (800.848.2263).
• Online tickets must be ordered at least two weeks prior to the event.
• Tickets are also available at the gate on the day of the show.

Photo and Video Policy

• Video or audio recording equipment are not allowed in the stadium.
• Any still type camera may be used. Family, friends and fans may take still photos of BOA events for personal use only. The images may not be sold or otherwise distributed, without the written permission of Bands of America (or Music for All). Any still camera (making film or digital still pictures) is allowed into and may be used from the spectator seating area of any venue. Cameras (of any kind) may not be used on the field. People with field passes or name badges must go into the stands to take digital or film pictures. Tripods or other similar equipment that may obstruct the view or path of travel of others in seating areas are also not allowed.

For More Information

Bands of America Web: www.MusicForAll.org

Email: Music for All Office
Mail: Music for All, 39 W. Jackson Place - Suite 150, Indianapolis, IN 46225
Phone: 800-848-2263 or 317-636-2263

Also view information about Bands of America Grand National Championships

Music For All Bands of America is a program of Music for All. Since 1975, MFA, through its Bands of America and Orchestra America programs, has been a destination and set the standard for scholastic music ensemble performance and student and teacher education. A 501(c)(3) not-for-profit educational organization, MFA uses its national profile programming to model, showcase, recognize and provide individual, teacher and organizational examples of music performance excellence and achievement. MFA's programs include 20 annual events, including the Bands of America Grand National Championships and Regional Championships for marching band; the Music for All Summer Symposium camp for students and teachers; and the Music for All National Festival for concert bands, orchestras and percussion ensembles. Music for All's programmatic model is designed to mirror and supplement the classroom and performance model adopted in most American scholastic settings. Music for All values and promotes societal recognition of music education and active music making as essential and core parts of every student's educational development.