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AMC Band to present concert at James Clemens

MADISON – The Army Materiel Command Four Star Band will perform “A Musical Tribute to America’s Armed Forces” at James Clemens High School on June 27.

The free concert will start at 7 p.m. in the Jets auditorium at 11306 County Line Road. This community concert is associated with 2017 Armed Forces Celebration Week.

Although the concert is free, guests are encouraged to get tickets in advance.

Tickets are available at Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce at 225 Church St. NW in downtown Huntsville. Another ticket venue is the MWR ITR Ticket Office (Morale, Welfare and Recreation; Information, Tickets and Reservations) at the Pershing Welcome Center, Bldg. 3443, Aerobee Road on Redstone Arsenal.

Organizers request that each guest take no more than four tickets.

Ticket holders will be admitted one hour before the show. Guests who do not have tickets will be admitted 15 minutes before the show. Seating is subject to availability.

For more information, call 256-876-4531.

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