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The Southern Showcase of Champions is a marching band contest in Alachua FL hosted by Santa Fe High School's "Raider Regiment" and our 501c(3) Non Profit organization SFHS Band Booster Program.
16213 NW US Highway 441
What: 23rd Annual Southern Showcase of Champions Where: Santa Fe High School in Alachua, FL When: October 20, 2018
Local business owners, please support our event with a donation and get rewarded with advertising space in our event program. Ad info can be found here: http://sfrrads.weebly.com/ Every donation will come with up to a full page of advertising space for your business or organization. Please also attend the event to experience the “spirit of competition in the air” when these superb marching bands perform! Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for students aged 3-17. Children under 3 are free.
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The Santa Fe High School Raider Regiment Marching Band would like to invite everyone to attend our Super Regional Marching Band Competition this fall in Alachua, Florida. Each year, The Raider Regiment has the distinct honor of hosting a showcase of championship marching bands from all over North Florida and Southern Georgia to compete.
The growing community of Alachua will greatly benefit from this event. In attendance with the multiple bands that come to compete, a host of families and friends come along to support them and in return visit our ever growing city. They will have the opportunity to visit our local community by going to our shops and restaurants for the day and into the late evening. We enjoy announcing our sponsors throughout the day from our press box. Our visiting band families appreciate and support our sponsors while they are in town just as we do when traveling to other marching invitationals around the State of Florida.