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Bona-fide Torrance-based, non-profit groups may submit events to be included in the Torrance citywide calendar pending approval. The City of Torrance Citywide Calendar System Administrator (Office of Cable and Community Relations) is responsible for determining which events are appropriate for posting and then approving a calendar entry. The administrator also has the capability to submit the event to other calendars so that your event may be posted on more than one calendar if appropriate. Events must occur within Torrance city limits to be considered for inclusion and submitted within the categories already identified within the calendar. Upon submission, the following information should be included: How To Submit

THE UNITED STATES 300TH ARMY BAND (The Torrance Police Department)

Free admission but tickets are required.  Seats are limited.  Tickets will be passed out starting at 1 p.m. on a first come – first served basis on Wednesday, May 16th.  Limit 4 tickets per adult.  Call the Theatre Box Office at 310.781.7171.

The City of Torrance will celebrate their 59h Annual Armed Forces Day with their annual military concert.  The 300th Army Band, “Hollywood’s Own” is Southern California’s only Army Reserve Band and serves the American Southwest Region and the 63rd Regional Support Command.  Under the direction of Chief Warrant Officer  Jeff Smith, the band travels coast-to-coast and internationally, performing in a wide variety of settings, including: military ceremonies, public concerts at home and abroad, school assemblies, educational outreach programs, festivals, and radio and television appearances.  The primary mission of the 300th, along with all Army Bands, is to foster the support of the American people for our Armed Forces, tell the Army Story through music, support diplomatic and humanitarian efforts around the world, and to inspire our Soldiers to fight and win.

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