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It’s almost March 4, the 12th anniversary of our first show. We’re celebrating with a week of west coast shows Feb 28-March 8, but the big day is at the Crystal Ballroom (plus an all-ages family show on Tues., March 3rd benefiting the Joy Now Arts Project ). Join the party!


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Thank you for your interest in M4!

As of March 8, 2010 MarchFourth Marching Band is booked exclusively by Skyline Music.

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Some quotes from happy clients:

Fifty years plus of hearing and seeing many amazing music related “events” I have to tell you that I’ve never had an experience like the March Forth Marching Band. Dylan “levitating” 2 feet above stage at first show after motorcycle accident/ heroin rehab’ at Brooklyn Academy of Music with The Band; Van Morrison and The Montgomeries playing and singing a dozen Hank Williams songs; WOODSTOCK; Hendrix, Mothers of Invention and Vanilla Fudge on same show, East Village, 1965. Tom WAITS and The Who at their best, and most theatrical Ray Charles with Billy Preston and Stevie Wonder in 1965. R Carlos Nakai with William Eaton, Ravi Shankar, Pete Seeger, Carlos Santana with John McLaughlin in a 300 seat venue and on and on! ANYWAY, what I want to tell you is that your ‘Marching Band’ is the most amazing musical experience I’ve ever had am telling all my serious musical friends about you and hope to watch you many times in the future. Maybe even soon in Denver or Portland, Maine. THANKS SO MUCH FOR YOUR INCREDIBLE ADVENTURE!

@ Frisco Independence Day Celebration on 07/04/12

“Please add two (2) new fans to your ever-growing list. I received an email from the Plaza Live on Saturday morning, advertising the show, thought it looked interesting and bought tickets for Sunday night’s show. I’m glad I did. Everyone is very talented, and the experience was funky, different, immersive, and FUN. The encore and “let’s go out in the crowd for the final number” were unexpected and memory-worthy. Thanks for making us feel good about going out on a ‘school night.’ Good luck with the rest of your East Coast swing, and we hope to see you again soon.” -Chuck and Amy

@ Plaza Theatre on 11/06/11