AMERICAN FORK, Utah — Bands across the country have been competing for months in competitions leading to state championships and Bands Of America regional competitions. American Fork High School once again reigned first place Saturday at Bands of America St. George Regional, one of 27 regional competitions in the States.
The regional included 31 bands from Utah, New Mexico, Nevada, Colorado, and California. Congratulations to the American Fork High School marching band, 2022 Bands of America Utah Regional Champions! See full results at https://t.co/I6eT0DALE8 #BOA22 #marchBOA pic.twitter.com/jHBkYev1JX — BANDS OF AMERICA (@BANDSOFAMERICA) November 6, 2022 This years regional championship is a big deal because it could lead American Fork High School to Bands of America Grand Nationals.
It will be hosted at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, an iconic venue many band members only dream of performing in. The band completed their last home-town rehearsal before leaving for Indianapolis on Monday, and the community gathered to send them off with signs, balloons, and cheers. American Fork performs Thursday, Nov.
10 at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (4:30 p.m. Mountain Time) and all performances will be streamed live for people to watch remotely. Follow @BrookeWNews