The U.S. Army Field Band and Soldiers’ Chorus will stop in Post Falls during its fall concert tour on Oct. 14 at the Post Falls High School Auditorium. The performance begins at 3 p.m. and tickets are free to the public.
The Army Field Band will perform the “The Army Story.” Since 1775, the Army has been an integral part of our nation’s journey, through times of struggle and innovation. The Army Story brings audience members the music that has had a large impact on American culture and the perception of soldiers’ lives and sacrifices. Through musical and visual elements, The Army Story reminds Americans of the contributions, service and sacrifice of our soldiers.
“The Army remains committed to our soldiers, our veterans and our country and it is the people of the United States who we all serve,” said Col. Jim Keene. “It’s a privilege to be in Post Falls connecting America to its Army. Using the power of music, our soldiers pay tribute to all service members who have liberated the world and who have preserved America’s freedoms and our Constitution.”
The U.S. Army Field Band tours nationally and internationally as directed by the Department of the Army, and serves as the liaison between the Army and the American people. The Army Field Band consists of four performing components and a far-reaching educational program.