• Kingsburg City Band
    A Summer Tradition Under the Stars
    Since 1887.
  • A Rich Tradition
    Suitable For Any Family
  • 132 Years of Tradition
    Wholesome Entertainment
    Preserving the Classics

We regretfully announce the 2020 season is on hold. Please click here for more details. Stay tuned for some live streams during the summer.

2020 Season Highlights

Year 134 "Virtual"

Year 134 has many strange and interesting things happening.

Virtual Concerts

All concerts will be online only this year.

Same Great Music

We still have the music you love.

No Farmers Market

Unfortunatly there is no way to feed you through the Internet yet.

Retrospective

We will be playing past concerts live for your enjoyment.

2020 Season Schedule

Check out below for details about each week. All concerts start at 7:30pm under the virtual stars of Memorial Park - where ever you have Internet,

Our first concert of the 2020 season will feature Joe Lizama who has been featured as a soloist with us for many years. As a drummer for singer Johnny Mathis for the past 38 years he draws from a wealth of experience. We will feature Joe on a variety of favorites that require a professional drummer of his stature.
Brian Lummis will be joining the band for the first time. He will be featured singing musicals that you know and love.
Tonight's stellar performance features vocalist Hanna York joining Musical Director Dale Engstrom and the band for "Highlights from the Sound of Music" and "A Melodic Caravan" showcasing timeless romantic classics.
The program features music from a number of Disney movie classics such as "Beauty and the Beast," "Frozen," "Aladdin," and "Lion King."
Tonight's concert features stellar vocalist, Karen Marguth, singing "Someone to Watch Over Me" and "As Time Goes By."
The theme for the evening's concert is "Classics" and the band plays such classic music as Sousa's "Washington Post," music from "West Side Story," Bach's "Fugue in E Minor" (arranged by Wally Engstrom), and the hauntingly beautiful "Swedish Folk Suite." Guest vocalist Katie Engstrom sings the timeless "God Bless the Child" and the swinging "Orange Colored Sky." Guest percussionist Joe Lizama, always an audience favorite, drives the jazz standard "Sing, Sing, Sing" (with a surprise visit by Gene Doi on sax) and is also featured in the wonderful "In the Miller Mood."

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