The Madison Scouts announce September 28, 2013 for their 75th Anniversary Celebration to be held at the beautiful Monona Terrace in Madison, Wisconsin.
Founded in 1938, the 2013 season will mark the 75th Anniversary for the corps and will culminate with a grand celebration on Saturday, September 28, 2013. The day-long event will include special historical presentations, a golf outing, tours of Madison, a movie screening, and grand banquet.
“The 75th Anniversary is a historic milestone for our organization,” stated Executive Director Chris Komnick. “There is no better to place to celebrate it then at the beautiful Monona Terrace which was first designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1938…the same year the Scouts were formed.”
Designed by Wisconsin native Frank Lloyd Wright, the Monona Terrace is located two blocks from the Wisconsin State Capitol building in downtown Madison along the shore of Lake Monona.
“By securing the facilities and announcing over a year in advance, we hope that our alumni, family and fans can commit this important date to their calendar and join us in Madison next September,” continued Komnick. “It will certainly be a grand celebration of the Madison Scouts and an honor to all those who participated in the corps. Attendees will get to see historical displays, enjoy performances, and meet alumni from all generations. For drum corps fans, it will certainly be a historic gathering for the activity!”
The official hotel for the event will be the Hilton Madison Monona Terrace and a special block of rooms has been reserved for attendees. Reservations can be made by calling (608) 255-5100 or by visiting ONLINE. Be sure to indicate “Madison Scouts Drum & Bugle Corps”.
Tickets for the event along with additional details will be made available in the upcoming months.