One of the Rochester, MN high school marching bands helped make magic this week at the happiest place on earth, Disney World!

Century High School Marching Band in Rochester, Minnesota performing live at Walt Disney World

Last Friday, three coaches left Rochester, Minnesota, filled with incredible students from Century High School for a 25-plus-hour trip to Orlando, Florida. And yesterday, these kids played their hearts out as they paraded down Main Street and through Magic Kingdom to the eyes and applause of children and families.

Photo by Sandro Gonzalez on Unsplash

Photo by Sandro Gonzalez on Unsplash

Last night I was watching videos and photos of the exciting day for these students on a few different Facebook and Instagram pages as one of my kids is in this awesome group. (If you look closely, he’s the one standing just behind the banner on the left side with the paper clip.)

Century High School Marching Band…you’re all awesome! Congratulations on your great time at Magic Kingdom and I hope your trip will be full of more magical moments.

The Century High School Marching Band’s trip to Disney gives me a moment of deja vu

I’m having a bit of deja vu right now. About (cough cough) Twenty years ago, I went to Orlando, Florida with my high school marching band from Fort Dodge, Iowa, and walked down Main Street. It’s quite amazing that my own child has the same opportunity this week.

Photo by Quick PS on Unsplash

Photo by Quick PS on Unsplash

What memory do you have of a show or a trip to high school?

I would really have to think about remembering if there were any other trips we took in high school for the band. I also played sports so I traveled constantly with basketball and volleyball too. The trip to Disney was by far one of my favorite moments. What is your best memory from school? I would love to hear about it! Send me a note on my Facebook page – Jessica On The Radio.

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