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U.S. Navy Band to perform at Wichita Theater

U.S. Navy Band Performing (Courtesy of Navy Office of Community Outreach) U.S. Navy Band Performing (Courtesy of Navy Office of Community Outreach)
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U.S. Navy Band Performing (Courtesy of Navy Office of Community Outreach) U.S. Navy Band Performing (Courtesy of Navy Office of Community Outreach)
U.S. Navy Band Performing (Courtesy of Navy Office of Community Outreach) U.S. Navy Band Performing (Courtesy of Navy Office of Community Outreach)
U.S. Navy Band Performing (Courtesy of Navy Office of Community Outreach) U.S. Navy Band Performing (Courtesy of Navy Office of Community Outreach)
WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) -

The U.S. Navy Band is coming to Wichita Falls for part of its 2017 tour. 

America's Navy will perform in the city of blue skies and golden opportunities on Sunday, August 13.

The Cruisers will take the stage at the Wichita Theater at 4:00 p.m. The group is made up of eight of the Navy's most dynamic performers. 

They can play multiple genres of music including; rhythm and blues, pop, classic rock, adult contemporary and jazz standards along with their original material.

The concert is a free family friendly event that is open to the public. 

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