Army Birthday Celebration at Eisenhower Hall

WEST POINT – The West Point Band kicks off its Summer Concert Series with an extraordinary musical celebration in honor of the 248th Army Birthday on Saturday, June 17 at 2:00 p.m. at West Point’s Eisenhower Hall Theatre. This performance is free and open to all; no tickets are required. Please note that due to construction at Trophy Point, West Point Band summer concerts will take place at a variety of locations across West Point and the surrounding communities. For more information visit

Led by Lt. Col. Daniel Toven, the West Point Band will showcase its exceptional musicianship, transporting the audience on an inspiring journey through the Army’s illustrious history. From rousing patriotic anthems to stirring symphonic compositions, the concert promises to capture the essence of bravery, camaraderie, and resilience embodied by the men and women of the United States Army. The highlight of the evening will be a special cake cutting ceremony, symbolizing the continuation of the Army’s proud traditions.

Established in 1817, the West Point Band is the Army’s oldest musical organization and continues to educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets world-class music and to serve as ambassadors of the United States Military Academy and the Army to local, national, and international communities.

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