Thursday on the Quad With America’s Hometown Band, July 27th

Photo by: Mary Ellen BertramPhoto by: Mary Ellen Bertram

By: Kathy Huggler—

Muncie, IN—Thursday on the Quad with AHB is a FREE Concert Evening presented for the fun of it to the whole Delaware County community. Gather friends, family, and lawn chairs to enjoy this musical evening with the music-makers of Muncie’s very own America’s Hometown Band. The date is Thurs., July 27, 2017, and the location is outdoors at the Ball State Quadrangle, 2000 West between Riverside & University Avenues in Muncie, IN.

Enjoy a mixed program of favorite gold pop tunes, top-notch solo performers, and a nod to the military with a march or two. Parking is free after 7pm in the BSU lots and parking structures nearby the quad area. In case of rain, the concert moves indoors to Prius Hall, located just south of the BSU library.

About America’s Hometown Band

The non-profit America’s Hometown Band is Muncie’s municipal band, and is sponsored in part by the City of Muncie, Mayor Dennis Tyler, and by the generosity of donors large and small – including the patrons and musicians of the band, Ball State University, Emens Auditorium, Muncie Star Press, Muncie Music Center, Muncie Power Products, Old National Bank, and the George and Francis Ball Foundation. Individual donations always welcome any time. Acting Music Director is Will Frazier, assisted by Charles Routh, Roger McConnell, and Phil Cooley. Follow the band on Facebook and at