Join the band for a musical performance
celebrating all their favorite songs.
When: Saturday, October 17th
Shows at 2pm and 7pm
Where: Sharkey-Rossetti Complex—Veterans Memorial Stadium
All attendees are asked to observe social distancing and wear a mask while on school grounds. Admission is free and open to the public on a first come first serve basis. Seating is limited 500 occupants per event to comply with current CDC guidelines.
The Western Wayne Wildcat Marching Band will proudly present Community Day, Saturday, Oct. 17, with shows at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the Sharkey-Rossetti Complex—Veterans Memorial Stadium.
All attendees are asked to observe social distancing and wear a mask while on school grounds.
Admission is free and open to the public on a first come first serve basis. Seating is limited to 500 occupants per event to comply with CDC guidelines.
The students feel so excited to have this opportunity to perform for their family, friends, and members of the community. They will perform the four songs from their 2020-21 Field Show: Hot and Cold along with a variety of other songs. The band is under the field direction of Drum Majors Alyssa Donnini and Rhonda Fenkner.
“We are so excited to have their opportunity to perform for the community,” Rhonda Fenkner, drum major, said. “I honestly didn’t know if we would be able to do our show for a live audience this year. I feel very grateful to have this chance to play music for people to enjoy.”
Songs in the Hot and Cold Field Show include: “Hot Stuff,” “Ice Castles,” “Hot n Cold,” and “Hot, Hot, Hot.” The band will also play a variety of other favorite songs many of which have been featured stand tunes during past football games.
The show should last about an hour. The Western Wayne Band and all involved in the band program are very grateful to the district for allowing them to have this opportunity. They cordially invite the community to join them on Saturday, Oct. 17, to see all the hard work they have put in this summer and fall on their field show and other music.
“We think that everyone will really like the variety of fun songs that we will play,” Alyssa Donnini, drum major, said. “We are so happy to have this chance to perform for an audience, and hope people come out to enjoy our performance.”