Indiana’s only military band, the 38th Infantry Division Band will be performing at the Washington County Courthouse Square from 6:00 – 8:00pm on July 3.
Washington County Commissioner Phillip Marshall said the band will be performing in the 188th Pekin 4th of July parade on July 4.
“They’re going to be playing in Salem the night before,” 
The Band performs ceremonies, concerts, and parades in both military
and civic capacities throughout the state and is one of the most requested units in the Indiana National Guard.
CW3 Patrick Palumbo, Commander of the 38th Infantry Division Band, says “we are honored to be performing in Salem and look forward to putting on an outstanding performance for the community festivities.”
The Band is a versatile organization which performs a wide variety of music including marches, traditional, and patriotic selections, as well as jazz and popular musical styles.
Notable performances for the Band include appearances with country artists Winona Judd and Josh Turner, halftime for the Indianapolis Colts, Indianapolis 500 Festivities and performances for political dignitaries at the state and national level.
The 38th Infantry Division Band is comprised of several performing components including: Concert Band, Ceremonial Band, two Brass Quintets, Woodwind Quintet, Saxophone Quartet, Jazz Combo and Show Band.
These music performance teams are in high demand.