Registrations strong for Maryland State Championships at Towson

Performance opportunities remain available for Oct. 16 event

The USSBA returns this fall to Johnny Unitas Stadium at Towson University for the Maryland State Championships. 

When the US Scholastic Band Association Maryland State Championships were first announced for Oct. 16 at Johnny Unitas Stadium on the campus of Towson University, bands immediately began signing up for the showcase event that will bring groups together from across the state. 

As the end of the school year is upon us, the registrations have reached nearly two dozen, leaving only half that many available slots before the event reaches its capacity for the facility and the time considerations of the university. 

“We entered the Maryland State Championship project with the goal of bringing bands together from the different sections of the state, no matter their competitive affiliation and, so far, it has been overwhelmingly positive,” said Sean King Director of the USSBA.  “We’re watching new groups joining in on the excitement of seeing bands they normally would not see from other regions and believe that this will be a day for Maryland music education unlike any other.” 

As of June 7, the following bands are registered for the USSBA Maryland State Championships at Towson University.   

Annapolis Area Christian HS
Calvert Hall College HS
Centennial HS
Century HS
Chopticon HS
Franklin HS
Governor T. Johnson HS
Great Mills HS
Linganore HS
Long Reach HS
Maurice J. McDonough HS
North East HS
Northwest HS
Painted Branch HS
Patapsco HS
Perry Hall HS
Perryville HS
Quince Orchard HS
Tuscarora HS
Urbana HS
Westminster HS 

A special performance by the Towson University Marching Band will cap off the day’s festivities. 

Register your band for this exciting event as we celebrate music in the schools in the state of Maryland.  Registrations will remain open until the event reaches its maximum capacity. 



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