Horizon is a seven-piece contemporary music ensemble that travels throughout the Midwest performing and entertaining for many venues. Their performance appeals to a wide variety of audiences with current Top 40 hits, Classic Rock hits, Motown, Country, Funk, and Jazz. Horizon's superb showmanship and outstanding musical presentation has put them in high demand for state fairs, concert events, and music festivals.


For Performance, Horizon requires:

  • 20’ x 30’ clean, dry, level and stable area for performance (Navy Band Great Lakes will not perform in inclement weather or in standing water due to safety concerns for our personnel and potential damage to U.S. government equipment)
  • Four dedicated 120-volt, properly grounded 20-amp circuits on a public power source (no generatorsno more than fifty feet from the stage (if an electrical power cord run must be made by the sponsor, it should be with 8 or 10 gauge, 3-conductor, insulated cable and must not contain a ground fault circuit interrupt (GFCI) system)
  • Adequate stage lighting
  • Secure storage area for instrument cases/gear
  • Close proximity parking/unloading for:
    • - One 15-passenger vans
    • - One 5-ton box truck
  • Changing rooms: male and female (public restrooms are not permitted as changing rooms)
  • Advertising assistance ahead of performance
  • Map / directions to site
  • Note: Band must have access to the stage approximately 2½ hours before engagement time for set-up and one hour after performance for tear-down

Last updated: November 5th, 2018



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