CFHS Tiger Marching Band announces Tag Day Mini-Concerts

Staff Writer
Kent Weeklies

Due to COVID-19, the largest fundraiser, for the Cuyahoga Falls High School Tiger Marching Band —  Tag Day — will look very different this year.

Rather than the marching band members going door-to-door seeking donations, the band will be split into several smaller groups to play around the city. This will allow them to do what they do best — make music and also comply with social distancing guidelines.

On Saturday, Aug.29, from 10 a.m. to noon, there will be mini-bands playing at Falls High School, Bolich Middle School, and both Lincoln and

Richardson Elementary Schools.

To aid with social distancing, drive by to hear some of this year’s upcoming songs along with your favorites like “Tiger Rag” and “Tiger Song.”

There will be parents assisting with collecting donations during the concerts so bring some loose change, bills, or checks made out to IMP (Instrumental Music Patrons).

Donations are used for music, instruments, uniforms, scholarships, and more.

If you are unable to stop by that morning, donations can be made at cfbands.com or use Venmo @cfhstigerband.