(ST. PETERSBURG, February 2014) – St. Petersburg’s own, Second Time Arounders Marching Band has three local performances coming up in March – so you can see them right in your own backyard. Come out and support your local Band!
- Saturday, March 22
TWO performances on this day…
First – watch the Second Time Arounders march in the Chasco Fiesta Parade – 1pm in New Port Richey – http://www.chascofiesta.com/
Next up, we’ll travel south to Bradenton for a stand-up concert at the new Bradenton Riverwalk in the Performance Area – 7pm during the Legacy of Valor program – http://www.bradenton.com/2014/02/07/4977509/bradentons-march-april-events.html
- Thursday, March 27
6:00pm – Firestone Grand Prix Illuminated Night Parade downtown St. Petersburg.
Concert immediately following the parade at the St. Petersburg Yacht Club!
Come out and see the world’s largest all adult marching band- right in your own back yard!
The Band’s final performance for the 2014 season will be in Washington DC for the National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade April 11-13! In addition to marching in this monumental parade, the Band has been given the rare opportunity to perform in front of the TV cameras!
For more information, visit www.secondtimearounders.org
The Greater St. Petersburg Area Awesome, Original Second Time Arounders Marching Band, founded in 1983 by Bill Findeison, the conductor, and Herb Melleney, then director of the Festival of States, was formed to perform for the Festival of States celebration in St. Petersburg, Florida. With over 500 members ranging in age from 18 to 84 and performing 5-7 times per year, the band only requires experience in a high school, college, or military marching band.