Taking Over The Big Apple – Keller High School Marching Band

If you didn’t attend Keller High School, then you know someone who did. Students at Keller High School are recognized for their notable accomplishments from academics to athletics and fine arts, and Keller High School Band is known for contributing some of those awards throughout the past few years.

These high school students have the opportunity to represent Keller (and the only band from Texas!) in New York City this Thanksgiving to perform in the 2018 Macy’s Day Parade! To help send Keller HS Band to New York, they are calling upon the community for support.

Keller HS students and parents are raising money with a Holiday fundraiser for the various expenses for their trip and they would love your help (Check out the list of needs here!)

Purchase a holiday wreath or Christmas tree through a KellerBand.BrungotFarms.com before October 7th and help the students reach their goal to make it to New York!

Donate to Keller High School Band on their website or click here to see how close they are to their goal! We hope to see Keller High walking on the streets of New York this fall!


About Keller High School Band: 

The Keller High School Band has received numerous awards over the years. The band placed 2nd at the 1999 Texas 4A State Marching Band Contest and was the 1999 TMEA 4A Honor Band. They have been honored five times by the Foundation for Music Education as a National Winner in the National Wind Band Honors Project. Recently, the marching band was a finalist at the 2014 UIL 6A State Marching Band Contest, as well as the 2015 Bands of American Grand National Championships. In 2016, the group placed 5th in finals at the 2016 UIL 6A State Marching Band Contest. The marching band was awarded the 2015 Sudler Shield of Honor by the John Philip Sousa Foundation, making them one of only 76 band programs worldwide to hold this honor. In 2018, the Keller High Band is scheduled to perform at the annual Macy’s Day Parade in New York City. To contact their boosters, click here.