Ohio State School for the Blind’s marching band to perform at halftime show in Outback Bowl

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Ohio State School for the Blind Marching band led by guides moves along Colorado Blvd. during the 121st Rose Parade in Pasadena Calif., on Friday, Jan 1, 2010. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)

COLUMBUS, Ohio (CNN) ‘ The Ohio State School for the Blind’s marching band bills itself as the only blind marching band in the world.

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World’s Only Blind Marching Band to Perform During Outback Bowl

The world’s only blind marching band is made up of 7th through 12th graders from across the state of Ohio. The band will lead the Outback Bowl Parade on New Year’s Eve and perform with other high school bands during the halftime show on New Year’s Day.

Fourteen-year-old drummer Jana Alo is both visually and hearing impaired, but she’s excited to perform on a national stage.

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Blind marching band highlights Outback Bowl festivities

Though the list of items that patrons are prohibited from bringing inside Raymond James Stadium seemingly grows every year, Outback Bowl entrants will catch a break.

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The Ohio State School for the Blind Marching Band, which has traveled all corners of the country performing and inspiring for 15 years, will play at this evening’s Outback Bowl New Year’s Eve Parade in Ybor City (starting at 5:30), and at halftime of Wednesday afternoon’s Outback Bowl.


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A blind marching band will perform at the Outback Bowl’s halftime show on New Year’s Day

On Wednesday, the group adds another achievement to its list of accomplishments: Band members will be performing at the halftime show for the Outback Bowl in Tampa, Florida.

The marching band is made up of students in grades 7-12, at a school in Columbus, Ohio, where most of the students have little to no vision. But that hasn’t stopped the band from racking up a pretty impressive resum’.


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Blind marching band to perform New Year’s Eve bowl game parade and halftime show

On Tuesday night, the Ohio State School for the Blind (OSB) band, made up of students in grades 7-12, will take the field guided by community volunteers at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, according to a press release.

With talent from all across the state, the band, started in 2005, has been nationally recognized for its ability to entertain and inspire.

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A blind marching band will perform at the Outback Bowl’s halftime show on New Year’s Day

The Ohio State School for the Blind’s marching band was the lead band at the Outback Bowl’s New Year’s Eve parade on Tuesday. Members also competed in the Outback Bowl marching band competition on Monday.

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“We are excited to host this group of talented young people as part of our halftime show and New Year’s Eve Parade,” Outback Bowl President and CEO Jim McVay said in a statement. “It is a great opportunity to showcase their abilities on a big stage.”

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