The Braves Marching Band Association is a support organization for the Indian Hills Marching Band. Our organization consists of the Marching Band member families, the band leadership, and Indian Hills administration, Alumni, and anyone who is intersted in supporting the program.
2014 Citrus Sale
The 2014 Citrus Sale is underway. CLICK HERE for the Citrus Order form!
The 2014 Signup process has started, and the form is posted at the link below. If you're thinking about the band, and want to get some insight on what it is like to be a member, take a moment to watch the video below, which was produced ENTIRELY by youth band members.
-->>> CLICK HERE for the 2014 SIGNUP FORM! <<<--
Thinking of joining?
Watch this video...... See what we are all about!
Braves Marching Band Association
The Braves Marching Band Association serves by providing support to the Indian Hills Marching Band, of Oakland, New Jersey. The different areas in which support is provided to the band include:
Roadies - Our road crew handles the job of packing and moving the equipment used by the Marching Band and Color Guard from the school to each venue where the band performs.
Art & Costumes - Our artists create the sets and paintings used at each performance. Our costume designers create costumes worn by the Color Guard members as they perform to the music provided by the band.
Uniforms - Our uniform coordinators organize the distribution, cleaning, and storage of the band uniforms.
Hospitality - Our hospitality team keeps the band hydrated and provides refreshments after performances and during Band Camp.
Membership - Our membership team works with the students and middle school music programs to promote membership retention and growth.
Support - Our fund raising efforts allow the band to grow while offsetting the cost of equipment and programs.
Alumni - Our alumni relations help keep the camaraderie of the band strong. Band alumni continue to support the band and join us at many programs and join the current band playing in the bleachers during homecoming.
(Photo by G. Lindenmayer)