On Saturday, March 30, rock out to a live music event sponsored by OPUS and WGHS Band Aides:
WG Local Rock Classic
Featuring: Webster’s own, Whiskey Club Band (yes, that’s right — it’s Mr. Williams’ band!)
All proceeds to benefit WGHS bands and WGHS orchestra
It’s about to get real, so adults only, folks! Must be 21 or older to enter; BYOB
- Cost: Advance Tickets: $15 / $20 at the door
- When: 7 pm, March 30, 2019
- Where: Arden Mead Center, 17 Selma Ave.
Date: Friday, March 1, 2019. Location: Crestwood Community Center — 9245 Whitecliff Park Lane, Crestwood, MO 63126. When: Doors open at 6:30 pm, Trivia begins at 7 pm. Get your table or tickets before they sell out!
Hixson Night Photo Gallery
Band parents and friends, show your support for the WGHS band program by adding this fabulous new WGHS Band Aides baseball-style t-shirt to your fall wardrobe.
The cost is just $20, and you pick one up at the concession stand when the Statesmen take on Parkway Central at Moss field as well as upcoming band performances and concerts.
All proceeds go back into the WGHS band program to further our students’ educational opportunities!
About the Jerzees 601RR Dri-Power Active Triblend Baseball Raglan T-Shirt:
- 4.5 oz., 50/37/13 polyester/cotton/rayon, preshrunk
- Advanced moisture-management properties
- Double-needle coverstitching on front neck
- Contrast collar
- Three-quarter length raglan sleeves
- Tearaway label on 1×1 rib collar
On Thursday, February 22, the Wind Symphony and Symphonic Bands performed their winter concerts in the auditorium. Both bands did a fantastic job on some difficult pieces. Please enjoy these videos of both performances, courtesy of Tim O’Brien.
On Thursday, December 7, the Wind Symphony and Symphonic Bands performed their holiday concerts for a packed house of family and friends in newly renovated Knight Auditorium. Please enjoy these videos of both performances, courtesy of Tim O’Brien.
Here they are — your 2017-18 Marching Statesmen seniors!
With the Statesmen back in the playoffs after missing out last year, the postseason atmosphere at Moss Field was electric. The Statesmen won the game in decisive fashion despite missing their starting QB, and on the musical side, band parents and directors were happy to have another marching band performance to make up for the canceled gamer earlier in the season.
On Senior Night, a nail-biting finish that didn’t go the way of the Statesmen didn’t diminish what was overall a captivating game on a gorgeous October evening. The marching band shows were top-notch as usual, and business was brisk at the concession stand. Many, many thanks to our graduating seniors for four years of hard work, unforgettable performances, and lasting memories!