2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 2 – Roseville, Minn.

Roseville Lutheran Church
1215 Roselawn Ave. W., Roseville, Minn.
Admission: Open to the Public; Freewill Offering
For information, send email to Kent Loken or John Helgen.

7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 3 – Sartell, Minn.

Joint concert with the Sartell High School Concert Band, Dave Lumley, director
Sartell High School
3101 Pine Cone Rd. N., Sartell, Minn.
Admission: Open to the Public; Freewill Donations Accepted
For information, send email to Dave Lumley.

7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4 – Owatonna, Minn.

Joint concert with the Owatonna High School Concert Band, Pete Guenther, director
St. John Lutheran Church
1301 Lincoln Ave SE, Owatonna, Minn.
Admission: Open to the Public; Freewill Donations Accepted
For information, send email to Pete Guenther.

Wednesday, Feb. 5

There will be no concert scheduled for this night.

7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6 – Osage, Iowa

Joint concert with the Osage High School Concert Band, Jeff Kirkpatrick, director
Cedar River Complex
Krapek Family Fine Arts Center
820 Sawyer Drive, Osage, Iowa
Admission: Open to the Public; Freewill Donations Accepted
For information, send email to Jeff Kirkpatrick.

7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 7 – Mankato, Minn.

Joint concert with the Mankato West High School Concert Band, Brady Krusemark, director
Mankato West High School
1351 South Riverfront Drive, Mankato, Minn.
Admission: Open to the Public; Freewill Donations Accepted
For information, send email to Brady Krusemark.

7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8 – Fergus Falls, Minn.

Joint concert with the Fergus Falls High School Concert Band, Scott Kummrow, director
Kennedy Secondary School
601 Randolph Ave., Fergus Falls, Minn.
Admission: Open to the Public; Freewill Donations Accepted
For information, send email to Scott Kummrow.

4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 9 – Moorhead, Minn.

Home Concert
Memorial Auditorium
Concordia College

Check back periodically for tour information updates!

History of Concordia Band Tours

As the first Concordia organization to tour abroad – Norway in 1935 – the band has a history of performing in concert halls and churches across the country and overseas. With domestic tours each year and international tours every few years, the band is always taking its music somewhere new. In 1975, The Concordia Band celebrated the 40th anniversary of the 1935 tour with a tour that included travel and performances in England, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Belgium, and France. In 1999, The Concordia Band celebrated its 100th anniversary with a tour that included travel and performances in Iceland, Russia, Estonia, Finland, Sweden, and Norway.

In May 2007, The Concordia Band returned to Norway, performing concerts at Maihaugen in Lillehammer with the local Brøttum Brass band; at the Domkirkeodden (Glass Cathedral) in Hamar; at the Domkirke in Kristiansand with the Domkirke Choir; at the Peer Gynt Salen in Grieghalen with the Sandvikens Ungdomskorps; at the Voss Kino in Voss with the Voss Spelemannslag; and also outdoors in Voss on the Syttende Mai!

In May 2012, The Concordia Band went on a historic tour to Hong Kong and China, performing concerts at the United International College in Jhuhai; at the Sichuan International Studies University in Chongquing; at Number 30 High School in Chongquing; at Southwest University in Chongquing; and at Communication University of China in Bejing.

In May 2016, The Concordia Band went on a two-week tour of Spain, performing concerts in El Espinar; in Granada as part of the Festival Internacional de Música y Danza; in Valencia at the Conservatorio Municipal de Música “José Iturbi”; at the Unió Musical d'Alaquàs; at Lliria with La Banda Primitiva; and at the Auditori Pau Casals in El Vendrell.

In May 2020, The Concordia Band will return to Spain for a two-week tour that will include performances in Salamanca, Oviedo, Guardo, Valencia, and Madrid.