Famed ‘Marching 101’ to perform at inaugural Medal of Honor Bowl

2013-12-10T23:40:00Z 2013-12-10T23:53:33Z Famed ‘Marching 101’ to perform at inaugural Medal of Honor BowlSpecial to The T&D The Times and Democrat
December 10, 2013 11:40 pm  • 

CHARLESTON — South Carolina State University’s famed “Marching 101” Band will perform during halftime of the inaugural Medal of Honor Bowl on Saturday, Jan. 11, Bowl Chairman Tommy McQueeney has announced.

Kickoff will be at 2 p.m. at The Citadel’s Johnson Hagood Stadium in Charleston.

The Medal of Honor Bowl is a premier all-star game featuring the nation’s top draft-eligible college football players as projected for the NFL draft. The game honors the 78 living Medal of Honor recipients and the game’s beneficiaries, the Medal of Honor Museum Foundation and the Wounded Warrior Project.

“South Carolina State’s Marching 101 Band is among the top college performance bands in America,” McQueeney said. “We are fortunate that SCSU President Tom Elzey and Band Director Eddie Ellis have accepted our request and are sending this state treasure to the Lowcountry. Game attendees will see a patriotic halftime show they’ll never forget.”

Established in 1918, South Carolina State’s bands have been nationally recognized as among the most entertaining and inspiring marching bands in the country. The Marching 101 has appeared and performed at many NFL football games and bowl parades, in addition to a full schedule of community and university events. Graduates of the SCSU band have served and currently serve as music educators throughout the state and region.

Members of the Marching 101 will be on hand after the game to sell their calendars and sign autographs.

Tickets may be secured at the Medal of Honor Bowl Game’s dedicated website at www.MOHbowl.com. They will also be available at www.Etix.com and can be charged by phone at 800/514-ETIX (3849).

For more information, refer to www. mohbowl.com, Twitter @MOHbowl and Facebook.com/MOHbowl.

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