July 29, the Gardens of the World in Thousand Oaks, CA will host the highly acclaimed U.S. Coast Guard's Guardian Brass Band in a free concert, featuring patriotic tunes, marches, and more.
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The Gardens of the World is hosting the highly acclaimed U.S. Coast Guard’s Guardian Brass Band for a free concert July 29. The quintet will feature a rousing array of American patriotic tunes, classical music, marches, and popular genres.
The group, based in Oxnard, CA, represents the U.S. Coast Guard and the Department of Homeland Security throughout the nation and the world in a variety of capacities. They have performed at scores of concerts and high-profile ceremonies, such as at presidential inaugural functions for former presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, and many others.
Part of the larger, 55-member U.S. Coast Guard Band, the Guardian Brass is one of the busiest small ensembles in the band, traveling extensively during the year to expand the reach of the full band. The group features trumpets, French horn, trombone, tuba, and other brass instruments.
The July 29 concert will run from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Gardens of the World at 2001 Thousand Oaks Boulevard. Lawn seating is available in front of the Gardens of the World’s American Bandstand. Blankets, lawn chairs, and picnic baskets are welcome; however, smoking, glass containers, alcohol, and pets are not allowed.
No parking is permitted at the Gardens of the World for these events. There is parking along Thousand Oaks Boulevard in front of the Gardens and at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza across the street.
For additional information and sponsorship opportunities, contact the Gardens of the World at 805-557-1135 or e-mail infogardensoftheworld.info.
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About the Gardens of the World: It is a 4.5-acre cultural garden open free to the public and located at 2001 Thousand Oaks Boulevard, across the street from the Thousand Oaks Civic Center. The authentically landscaped Gardens commemorate various cultures of the world, including Italian, French, Japanese, and English. There is also a California Mission Courtyard, an American Bandstand for free summer jazz concerts, and the Resource Center, where local artists can exhibit their works. The Gardens of the World is owned and operated by the Hogan Family Foundation, Inc. Reservations are required for Docent tours and any group visit. For more information, call 805-557-1135, e-mail infogardensoftheworld.info or visit www.gardensoftheworld.info.
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