The University of Michigan football team will be playing the University of Florida football team on Saturday, Sept. 2. In preparation for this game, the University of Michigan marching band is scheduled to rehearse on the Timber Creek football field on Friday, Sept. 1 from 7:00-10:00 p.m. This rehearsal is open to the public, and is a really cool way to see some of the work that goes into creating a show.
“It’s very exciting to be able to see such a great band practice at our school!” says junior euphonium player Tyler Vaughn, “It’ll be very cool to see what they do during practice compared to our practice and maybe even take a few things away from their practice.”
The marching band of Michigan State University was founded in 1896.
“I’m really excited to see Michigan rehearse.” explains junior bassoon player Alexis Capitano, “It will be interesting to see what college band looks like so I can get an idea for the future.”
For more than 100 years, the Michigan Marching Band has thrilled thousands of fans with exciting performances. That tradition of excellence thrives today as they continue the pursuit of high levels of visual and musical performance when they perform at the Big House in Ann Arbor.