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Illinois Brass Band Presents " A Christmas Fantasy"

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Bill Kaempfe

The Illinois Brass Band to perform at Round Lake Beach Cultural and Civic Center

The Illinois Brass Band Presents

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"A Christmas Fantasy"

Come celebrate Christmas at The Round Lake Beach Cultural and Civic Center as The Illinois Brass Band presents "A Christmas Fantasy". The program will feature the glorious music of the season. The hall will come alive as thirty of the area's finest brass players fill the air with the sounds of this special time of year. With a cheerful mix of traditional carols, holiday classics and jazzy updates of Christmas favorites, it will be an afternoon that will put the entire family into the holiday spirit. The whole family will enjoy our traditional carol sing-along.

The Illinois Brass band is a six time national champion band of the North American Brass Band Association. The band is in its 21th year performing.

Tickets are available at the door on the day of the performance. Reservations are not required.

Sunday, December 9, 2012; at 3:00 PM.

Adults $10.00

Children and students, 18 and under $5.00

Village of Round Lake Beach Cultural and Civic Center

2007 Civic Center Way

Round Lake Beach, IL 60073

For more information please visit, www.illinoisbrassband.org or www.facebook.com/illinoisbrassband

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.

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