Hot Springs Concert Band prepares for the fall concert


After successfully completing its 2022 Summer Concert Series, the Hot Springs Concert Band is entering its 48th season in preparation for its annual Fall Concert, to be held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, October 16 at the Woodlands Auditorium in Hot Springs Village. .

“The band is very pleased to have Community First Trust Company, a longtime supporter of the Hot Springs Concert Band, as their sponsor for this concert,” a press release said.

Artistic director and principal bandleader Craig Hamilton is entering his 24th season with the band, which will perform selections such as “Hebrides Suite”, springs-concert-band-prepares-for-autumn/”Falling Leaves,”” Exhilaration,””Autumn Leaves”, news/2022/oct/09/hot-springs-concert-band-prepares-for-autumn/”Nightride,” band-prepares-for-autumn/”Elsa’s Procession to the Cathedral,” /”Out of this world,””Anthem For Winds and Percussion,”https: // autumn/”Funiculi Funicula,””With every sunset,”https:/ /”The Liberty Bell (March)”, 2022/oct/09/hot-spring-concert-band-prepares-for-fall/”Hocus Pocus” and “American Folk Rhapsody”.

“And, not to rush things, but before you know it, Christmas will be approaching and with that will come the band’s annual Christmas concert,” the statement read. The Christmas concert will take place on Thursday, December 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the Woodlands Auditorium.

“This special event is always a fun and thought-provoking time as the band play some of your traditional standards from the season and even drop a few special songs you may not have heard in a while. And as always, the band is waiting for you to sing along to some favorite songs with us,” the statement read.

Tickets for the fall concert are $15 and can be purchased from members of the Hot Springs Concert Band, the Woodlands Box Office or at

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For ticket holders who live outside of Hot Springs Village, having proof of concert ticket purchase will expedite entry through the gates, according to the release.


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