The First State Symphonic Band will be performing this Sunday May 7th!

Where: Hercules Building Rear Plaza (Map) Wilmington, Delaware

When: Sunday May 7th at 4pm

FREE and open to the Public

Rear plaza of the Hercules Building

Overlooking the scenic H. Fletcher Brown Park the First State Symphonic Band will be performing iconic works from American composer John Philip Sousa, best known for “Stars and Stripes Forever.” Known as the national march of the United States of America and probably Sousa’s greatest composition.

Other works will include American folk song Wayfaring Stranger, exciting new compositions that will have you on the edge of the seat, and a tribute to Leonard Bernstein, and more! 

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