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Schedule & Tickets
Ticket Information
Season Pass ($70)
  • Guarantees you a seat for all six indoor concerts. (Your seat will be held until 5 minutes before the scheduled performance start time.)
  • Seated first for best seat selection.
  • A much appreciated way you can support the band!
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Individual Concerts
  • Due to limited seating capacity, tickets are required for concerts at the Shaghoian Concert Hall, and the Fresno City College Theatre.
  • Concerts at the Shaghoian Concert Hall are $12 for adults and $7 for children 12 and under.
  • Concerts at the Fresno City College Theater are free.
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How To Get Tickets

There are several ways to get tickets to the band concerts.

  1. Print the Season Pass Order Form or Individual Concerts Ticket Order Form using the green buttons above.Fill out the form and mail it to the address shown on the form with a check, if appropriate.
  2. Tickets to individual concerts and Shaghoian Hall can usually be purchased online a few weeks before the concert. A link will appear next to the concert listing to the left.
  3. Season Passes and individual concert tickets can be purchased at Murphy Bank on Palm Avenue at Fig Garden Village.
  4. Tickets are available at the door, beginning one hour prior to each performance, until sold out.
  5. Tickets for Fresno City College Theatre concerts may be obtained from the Fresno City College box office (442-8221).

2016 ~ 2017 Concert Schedule

Concert at the Fair
6:30 p.m.
Caruthers Fairgrounds

Our outdoor concert at the popular Caruthers Fair – one of our favorite events of the season!

Enjoy golden-oldies, marches and popular show tunes amid the sights and sounds and food at the Caruthers Fair. It’s a fun concert you won’t want to miss!

Just for Laughs!
3:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.
Fresno City College Theatre (map)

A fun-filled concert for the whole family! From “Wrong Note Rag” to “March with Two Left Feet”, “Turkey in the Straw” and a” Salute to Spike Jones”! We’ll even “Tiptoe through the Tubas!” Band member, Flutist and teacher Sandy Headrick will guest conduct. To top it off, the band will feature guests playing pots and pans and even the kitchen sink! If you need some laughs, this is the concert for you!!

Let the Bells Ring Marissa Clay, Mezzo Soprano
3:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.
Shaghoian Concert Hall,
Clovis North High School (map)

Guest Artists:

  • University Presbyterian Church Handbell Choir
  • David Knudson, Director
  • Marissa Clay, Mezzo Soprano

It’s the band’s annual holiday concert filled with music of the season. Experience the beauty of a handbell choir with band accompaniment and alone. Enjoy many new arrangements of old favorites and a beautiful setting of “Silent Night”. How about a “Toboggan Ride” or “March of the Toys” and, of course, we’ll “Let the Bells Ring!” We’ll even showcase Marissa Clay, one of our talented flutists, who is also an accomplished vocalist. We might even throw in a “Sleigh Ride!” Join us for a concert of pure joy for the entire family!

University Presbyterian Church Handbell Choir
Super Concert XI - Band Blockbusters
3:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.
Fresno City College Theatre (map)

Guest Artist:

  • Matthew Lee Otto, Horn

Our annual salute to the Super Bowl - with no football – just a super concert band playing some of the biggest and best music – Holst’s “Second Suite in F”, Jenkins’ “American Overture for Band” and the bold “Fanfare and Allegro” by Clifton Williams. Bruce Weinberger, Director of Bands at Sierra High School and a FCCB percussionist, will conduct Galante’s “The Last Centaur”. Our special guest artist, Matthew Lee Otto, Horn, will play ”Morceau de Concert” by Saint-Saëns and “Romanze” by Mozart. A gifted young man who just finished his Doctorate at USC, we are fortunate to be able to present Matthew as our soloist. Come and experience this super concert!

Guest Artist: Frank Campos, Trumpet Big, Bold, Beautiful Bernstein
3:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.
Fresno City College Theatre (map)

Guest Artists:

  • Frank Campos, Trumpet

A musical salute to one of the finest composers of all time – Leonard Bernstein! The band performs the music of West Side Story including the energetic “Mambo”, music from Candide ending with the beautiful “Make Your Garden Grow”, the sweet “Danzon” from Fancy Free, “Slava!” and more! Dan Peña, Principal Trumpet in the band and Director of Bands at Sanger High School will guest conduct. Ithaca College Trumpet Professor and Fresno State graduate Frank Campos, one of the finest trumpet soloists and teachers of our time will perform “Fantasy for Trumpet” by Claude T. Smith. Don’t miss this magnificent concert!

Guest Artist: Mike Dana, Guitar Guest Artist: Randy Morris, Bari Sax
All That Jazz!
3:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.
Shaghoian Concert Hall,
Clovis North High School (map)

Guest Artists:

  • Mike Dana, Guitar
  • Bob Bergthold, Vocalist
  • Randy Morris, Bari Sax

If you like jazz, you’re going to love this concert! From Blues to Ragtime to Swing and Big Band to Contemporary Jazz, you’ll hear it all. Mike Dana, Director of Jazz Studies at Fresno City College and Director of the Jazz Composer’s Orchestra is appearing with the band playing Carlos Santana’s “Europa”. Well-known song stylist, Bob Bergthold, a much sought-after jazz soloist, returns to sing your favorites. And our own baritone saxophone player, Randy Morris, will really jazz it up with “Stovepipe Stomp”! Come and experience the swingin’ Fresno Community Concert Band!

Lest We Forget
3:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.
Shaghoian Concert Hall,
Clovis North High School (map)

Guest Artist:

  • Brian Lummis, Tenor

The Fresno Community Concert Band considers it a privilege to perform this concert each year honoring our fallen heroes, those who fought beside them and those who continue to serve. Brian Lummis, tenor, is returning as our soloist singing the poignant “Nessun Dorma” from Puccini’s opera Turandot, a beautiful arrangement of “Danny Boy” and a work by Canadian composer Jeff Smallman, “And the Birds Will Sing Again.” Other works include “Hymn for the Fallen” by John Williams, “The Light Eternal” by James Swearingen, “Let Freedom Ring” by Ryan Nowlin and the immensely powerful and moving “Arlington” (Where Giants Lie Sleeping) by Paul Murtha. We are honored to share this concert of remembrance with all of you.