All 2021 Concerts [cross your fingers] Park Location

Dates and locations subject to change.  Watch this space.

Should it be rainy weather (but not severe storms forecast), our rain location is the Reno County Farmer's Market.   Go to the Facebook page for last minute weather changes 

https://www.facebook.com/HutchinsonMunicipalBand/

 
June 29, 2021 Concert Band
 Carey Park in between the Hutchinson Zoo and Homebuilder’s Shelter
 Concert Starts at 8:00 pm

July 6, 2021 Concert Band
 Carey Park in between the Hutchinson Zoo and Homebuilder’s Shelter
 Concert Starts at 8:00 pm – A Joint Concert with the United States Army’s 35th

Infantry Band

July 13, 2021 Concert Band
 Carey Park in between the Hutchinson Zoo and Homebuilder’s Shelter
 Concert Starts at 8:00 pm

July 20, 2021 Salt City Jazz Band
 Carey Park in between the Hutchinson Zoo and Homebuilder’s Shelter
 Concert Starts at 8:00 pm Concert Location

 

August 7, 2021 Emancipation Day Parade

September 11, 2021 Quintet – State Fair

September 16, 2021 Salt City Jazz Band - State Fair with Ryan Shaban

September 18, 2021 Quintet – State Fair

October 16, 2021 KBA 1234A State Marching Band Championships at HCC

November 11, 2021 Quintet - Veteran’s Day Ceremonies

November 20, 2021 Christmas Parade
November 20 – December 24, 2021
  Quintet – As requested, Christmas Music

December 18, 2021 - Full Band Concert 

Location 

6 Emerson Loop, Hutchinson, KS 67501

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HUTCHINSON MUNICIPAL BAND ANNOUNCES NEW PERFORMANCE LOCATION

Band to Return to Carey Park with grant the Hutchinson Community Foundation

HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, June 8, 2021 – The Hutchinson Municipal Band is pleased to announce a new location for performances beginning on June 22, 2021.  The new performance location was used last summer during the band’s season which was impacted by COVID-19.  Performances begin at 8:00 pm in Carey Park between the Hutchinson Zoo and the Homebuilders Shelter.  A map of the new performance space is attached.  Support for this new performance space was provided by a Changemakers at Work Grant from the Fund for Hutchinson of Hutchinson Community Foundation in partnership with the City of Hutchinson.

               In 2020, the Hutchinson Municipal Band held an abbreviated season which saw the band in a new location to accommodate social distancing due to the pandemic.   Details for the change in location expanded the Hutchinson Municipal Band’s collaborative reach into the for-profit, non-profit and city government segments.  From this work in 2020 came expanded partnerships with the Hutchinson Zoo and the City of Hutchinson’s Parks Department. 

               After hearing all positive reviews about the change in venue, the Hutchinson Municipal Band in cooperation with the City of Hutchinson and HutchRec’s Hutchinson/Reno Arts and Humanities Council, submitted a grant application for a Changemakers at Work grant to the Hutchinson Community Foundation.  The grant proposal, titled Making Space for the Arts in Carey Park, was accepted by the Hutchinson Community Foundation. The Hutchinson Municipal Band was awarded $2000.

               Work began on the performance space during the end of May.  The scope of the project includes the creation of a 30’ x 40’ concrete pad that will serve as the base for Municipal Band performance, electrical service to the pad and landscaping to make the improvements fit naturally into the space at Carey Park.  Project work continues but will be ready in time for the Salt City Jazz Band’s performance on June 22, 2021. 

               The Reno County Farmer’s Market will continue to be used as a rain location should weather not permit use of the Carey Park performance space as, currently, there is no shelter available for either the ensembles performing or audience members.  Use of the rain location will be announced at least two hours prior to the beginning of concerts with signage posted at both venues, on social media, our website and if possible on local news outlets.