Q: What part of Concert Attire is provided by the Band Program?
A: Black Concert dresses are provided by the school. Dresses may be taken home. Machine wash is okay, but line-dry. Do not dry clean. Return after the last concert or by the end of the school year.
A: The band program provides black tux jackets and bow ties. These are kept at school in the band closet.
Q: What of the Concert Attire is provided by students and families?
A: Black hose is preferred with black concert dresses. Flats or heels are a personal choice, but the color must be black. Please avoid shoes with buckles, as they may snag the hem of the dresses.
A: Black shoes (no gym shoes), black socks (not short ones), and black dress pants are needed with the Tux shirts and jackets. The band directors will share the order forms in early November for purchasing Tux shirts. Students may use monies from their student accounts to help with the cost of this item.
Q: How do I know which Concert Attire is assigned to my student?
A: Students are assigned a uniform number during their fitting. These are posted outside the band closet, generally on the right side of the door. This is a separate number from their Marching Uniforms. Dresses and tux jackets each have unique numbers.
Q: Do I need to purchase tickets?
A: The Concert, Symphonic, Wind Ensemble, and Jazz Band concerts are free to the public. Concerts are held in the Performing Arts Center (PAC) and enter at Door 15. No tickets are required for any of these LZHS Band performances.
Q: What is call time?
A: Students are expected to be dressed and ready at this time. The first concert call time is 5:45 pm to allow for pictures of the ensembles to be taken. All other concert call times will be announced but are not set.