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Two Harbors City Band Concerts

Two Harbors City Band — the oldest continuously operating city band in Minnesota — performs weekly summer concerts at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays at the bandshell in Thomas Owens Park.

The band will also perform during Independence Day festivities Wednesday, July 4, at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, July 7, at 11 a.m. at the bandshell.

The concerts are directed by Alan Anderson.

July 4 program

“Star-Spangled Banner,” Francis Scott Key;

“Liberty Bell March,” John Philip Sousa;

“Star-Spangled Spectacular,” George M. Cohan;

“Charter Oak,” Eric Osterling;

“March of the Red Bull Legions;”

“God Bless the USA,” Lee Greenwood;

“Gen. Douglas MacArthur March,” Fred K. Huffer;

“March of the Women Marines,” Louis Saverino;

“U.S. Field Artillery March,” John Philip Sousa;

“Navy Hymn,” Rev. John Dykes;

“American Patrol,” F.W. Meacham;

“America the Beautiful,” Samuel Augustus Ward;

“Stars and Stripes Forever March,” John Philip Sousa.

July 5 program

“Star-Spangled Banner,” Francis Scott Key;

“Strike Up the Band,” George Gershwin/Barker;

“Promenade,” Leroy Anderson;

“American Folk Rhapsody No. 2,” Clare Grundman;

“Agate City March,” Paul Gauche;

“On a Hymnsong of Philip Bliss,” David R. Holsinger;

“Brass Aflame,” John Cacavas;

“Irish Tune From County Derry,” Percy Grainger;

“Highland Cathedral,” Michael Korb and Ulrich Roever;

“Billboard March,” John Klohr/Fennell.

July 7 program

“Star-Spangled Banner,” Francis Scott Key;

“The Klaxon,” Henry Fillmore;

“King Cotton,” John Philip Sousa;

“El Capitan,” John Philip Sousa;

“Hosts of Freedom,” Karl King;

“Frere Jacques March,” arranged by Jimmy Carroll;

“U.S. Field Artillery March,” John Philip Sousa;

“Washington Post,” John Philip Sousa;

“Hands Across the Sea,” John Philip Sousa;

“The Thunderer,” John Philip Sousa;

“Billboard March,” John Klohr/Fennell.

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