"Sacred Spaces" A Grand Canyon Celebration

About the Event

In honor of Grand Canyon National Park’s Centennial year, The United States Army Field Band presents “Sacred Spaces—A Grand Canyon Celebration” on Sunday, October 13, 2019, at Ardrey Auditorium on the campus of Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. The 90-minute concert begins at 3:00 p.m. and is free and open to the public.

“Sacred Spaces” features music that takes audiences soaring over the rim of the canyon, following the rocky path of the Colorado River and gazing up at the star-filled night sky. Hear stories of how the Grand Canyon has inspired awe and provided healing from park rangers who steward the park today, to the Native American communities who have remained spiritually connected to this sacred place over thousands of years.


Tune in Live

Watch live as The United States Army Field Band, in partnership with Arizona PBS, the National Park Service, and the Grand Canyon Conservancy, proudly presents “Sacred Spaces – A Grand Canyon Celebration.” Featuring the West Point Glee Club and new music by Emmy-winning composer Jeff Beal and John Mackey, this event is part of the Grand Canyon Centennial Celebration. 

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