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10-piece brass band to take Palace stage Saturday

Is the World's Only Corn Palace large enough for the sounds of the 10-piece Kickin' Brass band? Mitchell will find out soon enough as the Sioux Falls-based Kickin' Brass Band will be making a pitstop at 7:30 p.m. Saturday for the fourth concert o...

Kickin' Brass Band will be performing at 7:30 p.m. on April 8. All shows are at the Corn Palace. Photo courtesy of the Mitchell Area Concert Association
Kickin' Brass Band will be performing at 7:30 p.m. on April 8. All shows are at the Corn Palace. Photo courtesy of the Mitchell Area Concert Association

Is the World's Only Corn Palace large enough for the sounds of the 10-piece Kickin' Brass band?

Mitchell will find out soon enough as the Sioux Falls-based Kickin' Brass Band will be making a pitstop at 7:30 p.m. Saturday for the fourth concert of the 2016-17 Mitchell Area Concert Association series.

Kickin' Brass is a modern 10-plus piece big band featuring horns. The band, which contains 10 Midwest musicians, plays music from today going back to the 1940s with styles including big band swing, latin, waltz, rock and blues.

To end the 2016-17 concert season is Tribute to the king, an Elvis impersonator at 7:30 p.m. on May 11. Tribute to the King, starring Travis LeDoyt, emulates Elvis Presley and specializes in the 1954-1959 years.

Each concert costs $25, and $10 for students. Anyone can purchase a season membership for $55. Family memberships with one adult are also $55. Family memberships with two adults costs $110.

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