Virtual WHS Spring Band Bash Concert is April 16

Live performance will include pep band tunes, concert band pieces and a patriotic set.

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WORTHINGTON — The 2021 Spring Band Bash Concert, featuring the award winning, 130-member WHS Trojan Band, will be hosted virtually at 7 p.m. April 16.

The event will be a live performance and include pep band tunes, concert band pieces and a patriotic set. Senior band members will be honored, and the annual Trojan Band Awards will be presented. Commanders for the 2021 marching season will also be announced with the traditional ‘Whistle Ceremony.”

Under the direction of Jon Loy, the band will perform in a concert that can be seen over the following media links:

WGTN-TV3 Facebook:

Worthington Public Schools Facebook:


Channel 3 website:


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