Muncie, IN—On the evening of Thursday, July 19, at 7 pm, the Big Band from America’s Hometown Band entertains Muncie at its FREE annual Jazz on the Terrace concert at the Ball State Arts Terrace. The night’s featured soloist is vocalist (and former Muncie resident) Myles Ogea, in a musical celebration of great Big Band crooners.
AHB Big Band co-directors, Will Frazier and Phil Cooley, promise a great lineup of tunes from memorable crooners such as : Michael Buble, Harry Connick, Jr., Bobby Darin, Dean Martin and more. Prepare to swoon again.
Bring the lawn chair, bring the family & friends, and bring the applause, to enjoy this very special musical night in your own Muncie hometown.
The Arts Terrace is located on the Ball State University greenspace at 2000 West, between Riverside and University Avenues in Muncie. Free evening parking is available nearby, on the quadrangle drive, at the West edge of Cooper Science Building, and in the McKinley Parking Garage.
This Band is Your Band. The non-profit America’s Hometown Band is Muncie’s municipal band, which is grateful to its seasonal sponsors, including the City of Muncie; Muncie Power Products; Muncie Community Schools; the Exchange Club of Muncie; Ball State University; Emens Auditorium; the George and Frances Ball Foundation; Old National Bank; the Community Foundation of Delaware County; and the many individual gifts large and small from AHB Band Fans and band members. Individual donations are always welcome – at 765-289-2041. Big Band musical co-directors are Will Frazier and Phil Cooley. AHB musical director is Roger McConnell. Follow America’s Hometown Band on Facebook.