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Alle-­Kiski Valley’s marching bands have perfect night for 73rd band festival

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Natasha Lindstrom | Tribune-Review
Highlands High School played shortly before a military flag tribute that began the Alle-Kiski Valley Marching Band Festival at Highlands Golden Rams Stadium in Harrison Wednesday. This year, 11 area high school units were scheduled to perform: Apollo-Ridge, Burrell, Deer Lakes, Freeport Area, Highlands, Kiski Area, Leechburg Area, Penn Hills, Plum, Springdale and Valley.
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Michael DiVittorio | Tribune-Review
The Highlands High School Varsity Marching Band marches down Pacific Avenue in Harrison on the way to Wednesday night’s Alle-Kiski Valley Marching Band Festival at Highlands Golden Rams Stadium. This year, 11 area high school units were scheduled to perform: Apollo-Ridge, Burrell, Deer Lakes, Freeport Area, Highlands, Kiski Area, Leechburg Area, Penn Hills, Plum, Springdale and Valley.
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Michael DiVittorio | Tribune-Review
The Leechburg Area High School Marching Band performed as dusk settled upon at Highlands Golden Rams Stadium in Harrison during Wednesday night’s Alle-Kiski Valley Marching Band Festival. This year, 11 area high school units were scheduled to perform: Apollo-Ridge, Burrell, Deer Lakes, Freeport Area, Highlands, Kiski Area, Leechburg Area, Penn Hills, Plum, Springdale and Valley
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Michael DiVittorio | Tribune-Review
The Springdale High School Marching Band was the opening act for Wednesday night’s Alle-Kiski Valley Marching Band Festival at Highlands Golden Rams Stadium. This year, 11 area high school units were scheduled to perform: Apollo-Ridge, Burrell, Deer Lakes, Freeport Area, Highlands, Kiski Area, Leechburg Area, Penn Hills, Plum, Springdale and Valley.
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Natasha Lindstrom | Tribune-Review
Highlands High School played shortly before a military flag tribute that began the Alle-Kiski Valley Marching Band Festival at Highlands Golden Rams Stadium in Harrison Wednesday. This year, 11 area high school units were scheduled to perform: Apollo-Ridge, Burrell, Deer Lakes, Freeport Area, Highlands, Kiski Area, Leechburg Area, Penn Hills, Plum, Springdale and Valley.
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Natasha Lindstrom | Tribune-Review
The Springdale High School Marching Band was the opening act for Wednesday night’s Alle-Kiski Valley Marching Band Festival at Highlands Golden Rams Stadium. This year, 11 area high school units were scheduled to perform: Apollo-Ridge, Burrell, Deer Lakes, Freeport Area, Highlands, Kiski Area, Leechburg Area, Penn Hills, Plum, Springdale and Valley.
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Natasha Lindstrom | Tribune-Review
The Leechburg Area High School Marching Band performed as dusk settled upon at Highlands Golden Rams Stadium in Harrison during Wednesday night’s Alle-Kiski Valley Marching Band Festival. This year, 11 area high school units were scheduled to perform: Apollo-Ridge, Burrell, Deer Lakes, Freeport Area, Highlands, Kiski Area, Leechburg Area, Penn Hills, Plum, Springdale and Valley.
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Natasha Lindstrom | Tribune-Review
Highlands High School played shortly before a military flag tribute that began the Alle-Kiski Valley Marching Band Festival at Highlands Golden Rams Stadium in Harrison Wednesday. This year, 11 area high school units were scheduled to perform: Apollo-Ridge, Burrell, Deer Lakes, Freeport Area, Highlands, Kiski Area, Leechburg Area, Penn Hills, Plum, Springdale and Valley.

High school marching bands showed off their season’s routines Wednesday night at the 73rd annual Alle-­Kiski Valley Marching Band Festival.

Organized by the Alle-Kiski Valley Band Directors Association, the festival allows area marching bands to perform their full routines outside the time constraints of football game halftime shows.

Organizers have touted it as the longest continuous such band festival in the state.

The band festival was held at Highlands Golden Ram Stadium in Harrison.

This year, 11 high school units were scheduled to perform: Apollo-Ridge, Burrell, Deer Lakes, Freeport Area, Highlands, Kiski Area, Leechburg Area, Penn Hills, Plum, Springdale and Valley.

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