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Royal Airs reunion corps to perform at Youth Tackle/Chicago Bears celebrity game

The 2003 Royal Airs Reunion Corps will be performing at the Oswego Youth Tackle vs. Chicago Bears Celebrity Basketball Game March 16 at 2:00 PM at the Oswego High School Basketball Gym. The corps performance will begin at 1:45 PM, prior to the start of the game. The Royal Airs will be performing Chicago Fanfare, Ballyhoo March, Voodoo Moon and The Shadow of Your Smile for the audience’s enjoyment.

The 2003 corps will field more than 140 members and open their summer tour at the “Festival of Brass” drum corps show June 13. The show will be held at Oswego High School Football Stadium beginning at 7:30 PM. This year’s line-up includes the 2002 DCI World Champion Cavaliers, Glassmen, Royal Airs Reunion Corps, Capital Sound, Americanos and Kingsmen.

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