Alaska Celtic Pipes & Drums will be performing twice on Saturday, October 5, 2019 –
On Saturday Afternoon October 5th , Alaska Celtic Pipes & Drums will help welcome home Alaska’s Veterans on the Last Frontier Honor Flight at Anchorage Ted Stevens International Airport South Terminal. We will “pipe in” the Veterans, parading them from the Gate on arrival to a Reception Area near Check-In Ticketing, where an Appreciation Gathering will commence. Return Flight is scheduled to arrive at 2:25pm. Come help us support our Veterans!
Later that Evening October 5th, Alaska Celtic Pipes & Drums will present the Rumblethumps Concert at 7:00 pm at St John Lutheran Church,440 E. Elmwood Avenue, in Palmer, Alaska, (on the corner of Elmwood and S. Eklutna St; 3 blocks East of the Palmer Library. )
The Rumbledethumps Concert promises to deliver yet again a brilliant evening of entertainment by an award-winning local Pipe Band, with piping and drumming from the entire ensemble, as well as solos, and smaller groups of pipers and drummers within the Band. What a great way to spend an Alaska autumn evening! The Rumblethumps Concert is one of several community concerts presented throughout the state by Alaska Celtic Pipes & Drums, and is regarded by the Band as a fun way to “get this party started,” at the beginning of our performance season. Prepare to be amazed! If you love bagpipes or pipe bands this Concert is a must-see! The Band are prior winners in Pipe Band Competition at the Alaska Scottish Highland Games, and several members have won solo awards in piping and drumming, both here at home, and internationally! Admission is free, but donations are always sincerely appreciated, with proceeds to benefit Alaska Celtic Pipes & Drums’ Education Fund, and the church youth group. Contact the Band via email at firstname.lastname@example.org , or phone 907/315-9838. Phenomenal!