Jessica Cejnar / Monday, May 24 @ 12:08 p.m.

Brookings-Harbor High Hosts Outdoor Concerts, Gear Up for Azalea Days Parade

The Brookings-Harbor High School marching band made an appearance at last year's delayed Azalea Days parade in July. Photo courtesy of Nancy Raskauskas-Coons.

Brookings-Harbor High School students will perform in a series of concerts this week along with the annual Azalea Days Parade.

Athletes will also be honored on floats at Saturday's parade.

From a Brookings-Harbor High School news release:

The Brookings-Harbor High School Music Department is thoroughly excited to invite you to our Spring Instrumental and Choral concerts. Our students have been working tirelessly all year, and will finally be able to perform the music that we've been rehearsing.

The dates and times are as follows:

All concerts are going to be outdoors in the BHHS football stadium. Performance groups will be in the bleachers, and the audience will be socially distanced out on the track and field. We will be adhering to all current COVID guidelines, including social distancing. Groups of close family and friends will be able to sit with one another in clumps but must be 6 feet from other parties. Bring your lawn chairs, picnic blankets, and sunglasses!

Donations will be accepted at the entrance to the event and will go directly to supporting our program needs for next year (instruments, equipment, field trips, etc!). 

The Marching Band and Color Guard will also be in Saturday’s Azalea Parade. They have practiced all year for this one set of performances, so please give a hearty cheer when you see them.



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