Well, to be completely honest, members of the University of Kansas' Marching Jayhawks have been playing indoors for decades as part of the Bar Band, wherein marching band members get together and play fight songs in bars for drinks. This, however, is the first time the entire band has ever played an indoor concert, and officially.
So, if you're unlike me, and thus not lucky enough to be able to listen to the football game halftime show from the comfort of your front porch, or too broke to afford the prices Lew Perkins and KU Athletics have determined to be reasonable, here's your chance to join in the fun for cheap.
Sunday, November 1 at 7:30pm, the Lied Center on KU's west campus will play host to the first-ever indoor concert by the University of Kansas Marching Jayhawks, directed by David Clemmer. In addition to "Sunflower Song" and "I'm A Jayhawk," the Jayhawks will include Saturday morning cartoon favorites, the music of Blood, Sweat and Tears, and a Latin jazz
tribute, with Hank Booth serving as emcee.
Tickets can be ordered through the Lied Center Box Office at 785-864-2787.