marching band in stands ADRIAN, Mich.—On October 4th, 2022, Siena Heights University (SHU) will host the Lenawee County Band Directors’ Association (LCBDA) Marching Band Exhibition starting at 7:00p.m.

The event will feature thirteen different marching bands from Lenawee County, including:

· Addison High School

· Adrian High School

· Blissfield High School

· Britton-Deerfield High School

· Clinton High School

· Hudson High School

· Madison High School

· Morenci High School

· Onsted High School

· Sand Creek High School

· Tecumseh High School

· Adrian College

· Siena Heights University

This is the LCBDAs 75th year organizing the event and Siena’s 2nd year hosting. The intention of this event is to showcase the efforts of all the marching band students in the county at one location. It is a celebration of the marching arts in Lenawee County, and a chance for the students and directors to spend time with each other in a supportive atmosphere. There is also a great opportunity for friends and family to come together to listen to and enjoy a wide variety of band performances.

The doors will open at 6:00p.m., with parking available at the Siena Heights University Fieldhouse, O’Laughlin Stadium, and overflow lots by the track and field throws arena. The event will kick off with a collaborative playing of the Star-Spangled Banner by the Siena Heights University and Adrian College marching bands. Each band will then showcase their songs and talents, and the event will conclude with all 13 bands performing a closing number together.

There is a $2 per person admission fee, or a $5 fee for families.

For more information about the marching band exhibition, please contact Jaime Mykeloff, the president of Lenawee County Band Directors’ Association, at, or Dan Kesterke, Director of Bands at SHU, at There is also additional information on the LCBDAs Facebook page:, and a direct link to the event can be found here: .

For additional information about the Siena Heights University music department and related opportunities, please visit: and