2019 Disneyland Resort All-American College Band Announces Daily Showtimes

The 2019 Disneyland Resort All-American College Band begins performances on June 17. Up until now, the daily schedule hasn’t been known. This changed today when the band announced the following showtimes for those wishing to experience them this summer.

2019 Disneyland Resort All-American College Band Schedule2019 Disneyland Resort All-American College Band Showtimes

  • 4:30 PM – Disneyland Patriotic Flag Retreat
  • 5:15 PM – Main Street, USA
  • 6:45 PM – Sleeping Beauty Castle
  • 7:45 PM – Town Square
  • 8:45 PM – Hollywood Backlot Stage in Disney California Adventure (jazz sit-down set)

The band will be performing Monday through Friday this summer at the Disneyland Resort. They begin performances on June 17th and their last day will be on August 9. DAPS MAGIC will be on hand to capture many of the moments and sets of the summer and be posting them on YouTube. Make sure and subscribe to DAPS MAGIC and also our YouTube channel so you don’t miss any of the fantastic moments of the 2019 Disneyland Resort All-American College Band!

Since 1971, the Disneyland Resort All-American College Band has been bringing together top students from colleges and universities around the United States to form a band that performs throughout the summer. During this experience, the students take classes, work with guest clinicians, perform at the Disneyland Resort, and also experience other elements of working in the music industry. The 21-piece band performs for 11 weeks each summer at the Disneyland Resort. Their energetic performances are always a favorite of guests visiting the Resort.

Throughout the course of the summer, the Disneyland Resort All-American College Band work with many guest clinicians. In previous years this has included Gregg Field, Sal Lozano, Wayne Bergeron, Jiggs Whigham, John Clayton, Rick Baptist, and more. Along with working with clinicians, each student will pick a course of study for the summer. There are three that include: Careers in Music; Composition and Arranging; Recording and Production.

The band includes the following musicians:

  • 4 Trumpets
  • 3 Tenor Trombones
  • 1 Bass Trombone
  • 2 Alto Saxophones
  • 2 Tenor Saxophones
  • 1 Baritone Saxophone
  • 2 Tubas/Sousaphones
  • 2 French Horns/Mellophones
  • 1 Snare Drum (also plays drum set and/or auxiliary percussion)
  • 1 Tenor Drum/Quads (also plays drum set and/or auxiliary percussion)
  • 1 Bass Drum (also plays acoustic/electric bass in jazz performance sets)
  • 1 Auxiliary Percussion (plays piano during jazz performance sets)

The Disneyland Resort All-American College Band is a fantastic summer tradition at the Disneyland Resort. Here is a look at last year’s band ahead of the debut of this year’s on Monday. Are you looking forward to seeing this year’s band? Share what you are most excited about in the comments below!

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  1. Aa an 1996 alumni of this ensemble, it is great to see how the program has continued and even grown after nearly five decades. I hope to hear soon about how to be part of the alumni band reunion in 2020.

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