Gallery: Marching Bands Invade Napa

You can almost hear the music in these photos from Saturday's Vintage Reserve Band Review, which brought more than 30 high-school marching band and auxiliary teams to Napa.

Saturday, The Vintage Reserve Band Review hosted its 23rd annual band review with more 30 bands from California participating in a downtown Napa parade, followed by percussion competitions and a grand finale of field show competitions at Memorial Stadium. 

Hosted by Vintage High School's Marching Band and Color Guard, the event brought together more than 30 high school marching band and auxiliary teams from California and Oregon to compete in musical marching band shows. 

For many more photos from earlier shows, see the gallery by Alma Cruz.

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Frances Zimmerman November 12, 2012 at 06:57 PM
Thank you Napa Patch and the city of Napa. You showed the Vintage High School Band wonderful support. The Vintage Reveiw is one of two major fundraisers that the boosters does. The Vintage Night Out is the other. As instrumental music parents we will be working hard to put this Spring evening together. Thank you again to all and the alumni that have come back to watch with their families. Frances Zimmerman
Louisa Hufstader November 12, 2012 at 11:23 PM
Thank you, Frances, and special thanks to Alma Cruz for contributing a preview and posting the event in our calendar. We are always happy to promote local events that appear in our calendar, which is open to all at napavalley.patch.com/events/new, so please help spread the word and encourage school groups and others to take advantage of this opportunity to reach many thousands of readers on Napa Valley Patch.


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