The MCHS Instrumental Music Department will perform on February 27 | local entertainment






In this May 2021 file photo, the Mason City High School Concert Band helped perform “The Star-Spangled Banner” and tapping during the Mason City Memorial Day commemoration.


Jared McNett, Globe Gazette


The Mason City High School Instrumental Music Department will present concert and symphonic bands on Sunday, February 27.

The concert will take place at 3 p.m. in the performance hall of the FEMA Safe Room on the Mason City High School camps. According to a press release, the concert will be a celebration of the 95th anniversary of the Department of Instrumental Music. The concert is free and the public is invited to attend.

Concert Band will be led by Sam Bills and Symphonic Band is led by Russ Kramer.

Parking is available on the Mason City High School South Lot and the John Adams Middle School Lot. Customers can be dropped off at the north entrance of the FEMA room next to the John Adams Middle School drive. Spectators may enter through the high school’s main entrance or through the north entrances to FEMA Hall.

Abby covers education and entertainment for the Globe Gazette. Follow her on Twitter at @MkayAbby. Email her at Abby.Koch@GlobeGazette.com

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