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Sgt. Kyle Williams, baritone saxophone player for the Combat Center Band, stands in formation while waiting to perform for fans Sept. 6 at the Stanley Park Fairgrounds in Estes Park, Colo., during the town’s annual Long’s Peak Scottish-Irish Highland Festival. Fans braved chilly nights, with the help of hot chocolate and hot dogs, to see the bands’ quick and crisp marches and hear their defined sound, which makes them a fan favorite where-ever they go. While some may think the band is merely an act for the ears and eyes, fans in attendance admitted the band also served as a unique means of boosting their morale and patriotism. The festival, which celebrates Celtic traditions, featured Celtic music concerts, jousting competitions, Scottish athletic events, dancing competitions, vendors, and a dog exhibition competition, among other things. - Sgt. Kyle Williams, baritone saxophone player for the Combat Center Band, stands in formation while waiting to perform for fans Sept. 6 at the Stanley Park Fairgrounds in Estes Park, Colo., during the town’s annual Long’s Peak Scottish-Irish Highland Festival. Fans braved chilly nights, with the help of hot chocolate and hot dogs, to see the bands’ quick and crisp marches and hear their defined sound, which makes them a fan favorite where-ever they go. While some may think the band is merely an act for the ears and eyes, fans in attendance admitted the band also served as a unique means of boosting their morale and patriotism. The festival, which celebrates Celtic traditions, featured Celtic music concerts, jousting competitions, Scottish athletic events, dancing competitions, vendors, and a dog exhibition competition, among other things.

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