NSU Marching Wolves to hold community performances this month

Marching Wolves marching with Thunder in parade

ABERDEEN, S.D. – Northern State University’s marching band has several community performances planned throughout the month of September.

The NSU Marching Wolves will perform the following dates and locations:

  • Sept. 3: March through campus, 3 p.m.
  • Sept. 9: Play at Bethesda and Angelhaus Nursing homes (closed to the public for resident safety)
  • Sept. 10: Play at Prairie Heights and Avera Mother Joseph Manor nursing homes (closed to the public for resident safety)
  • Sept. 16: Perform for police and firefighters, followed by parade through downtown, 3:30 p.m.
  • Sept. 25: Evening street marching through residential neighborhood in northern area of town
  • Sept. 30: Marching in Roncalli’s parade of bands, 9:30 a.m.

“I am proud of our faculty’s enthusiastic willingness to rethink our music students’ performance experiences this year,” said NSU School of Fine Arts Dean Dr. Kenneth Boulton. “We are intent on providing alternative and enriching opportunities for the students to share their talents with the community, with health and safety in mind.”

For more information about Fine Arts at Northern, visit northern.edu/artsnsu

About Northern State University

Northern State University is a student-centered institution that provides an outstanding educational experience, preparing students through the liberal arts and professional education for their future endeavors. A regional university, Northern offers rigorous academics; diverse civic, social and cultural opportunities; and a commitment to building an inclusive environment for all points of view. Northern also offers a broad-based athletics program, sponsoring 15 NCAA Division II intercollegiate varsity sports that compete in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (NSIC). The university strives to enrich the community through partnerships such as its Educational Impact Campaign, which opened a new South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired; new athletic and recreation fields; and, soon, an on-campus regional sports complex. With the $55 million campaign, NSU has been the recipient of more than $120 million in privately funded building projects and scholarships within a decade. To learn more, visit NSU Admissions