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Published on July 20th, 2013 | by Kyle Wolfe


Marching Band Competition in Noblesville

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Noblesville High School Hosting Third Annual “Black and Gold” Marching Band Competition

Noblesville High School will be hosting the third annual Black and Gold Invitational, a Central Indiana Track Show Band Association (CITSA) marching band competition. The event will take place on July 26, 2013 at Hare Chevrolet Field at Noblesville East Middle School at 6:30 p.m.

The 2013 competition will be the largest CITSA competition in the state outside of the annual State Fair Band Day competition. Over 3,000 spectators are expected and twenty-six high school marching bands from all over Central Indiana are scheduled to compete, including: Anderson, Brown County, Cardinal Ritter, Centerville, Cloverdale, East Central, Elwood Community, Frankfort, Frankton, Hagerstown Jr/Sr, Kokomo, Lapel, Lebanon, Monroe Central, Mooresville, Muncie Southside, Noblesville, Richmond, Shortridge, Speedway, Tipton, Union County, Wabash, Western Boone, West Washington Jr/Sr, and Yorktown.

All of these bands compete in various competitions during the late summer to hone and perfect their performances for the season ending State Fair Competition in August. The public is invited to attend and Gates Open at 4:30 PM. Admission is $6 and children 5 and under are free. Hare Chevrolet Field is located on 19th (Harrison) street behind the Noblesville Middle School.

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