Music Director Sterling Poulson and the Choral Arts Society of Utah, invite you to an evening dedicated to our men and women in the Armed Forces.
The Armed Forces Day Concert is a very inspiring and community-focused event. Honoring our men and women in uniform, both past, and present, and highlighting the soldiers and airmen who have excelled in their service to this country is a gift to their families and the military personnel. So many times our men and women are decorated on the military installation, but the communities they live in never know of their achievements. This concert also gives the many veterans in our community, the opportunity to stand up once again and be counted during the Armed Forces Salute. The smiles on their faces show the pride in their hearts, and often tears in their eyes, as they stand during the rendition of their military song. There is a spirit of comradery and accomplishment in their successful efforts to preserve our freedom. This is an event you simply won’t want to miss!
May 20, 2017; 4:30 - 9:30 pm
Gallivan Center - 239 S. Main – Downtown Salt Lake City
Performers Plaza and booths open at 4:30 pm
5:00 pm– Article 15 (23rd Army Rock Band)
7:30 pm - Choral Arts Society of Utah & the Utah National Guard 23rd Army Band
Performing: Patriotic music, honoring our men and women in the Armed Forces Free Concert Free Admission & Free Parking under the Gallivan Center – no tickets required!
Food, Fun and Military Support booths
This is a free family event and has become a community favorite! The Gallivan Center provides a perfect outdoor setting and plenty of room to enjoy the music and tribute to all who currently serve, or have served, in our Armed Forces! Attached is the press release, which includes details of the performers as well as the official poster for your events calendar.
Please don't hesitate to contact me if you would like an interview with the conductor. Additional concert details are included in the attached press release and official concert poster. You can also visit us on FB and Twitter!
Armed Forces Day Concert 2017 (May 20)
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