Rosemount adds to its dynasty in state marching band competition

From the athletic fields in Rosemount to a state championship in the Metrodome. Not football or soccer, though. Marching band. Rosemount claimed another title over the weekend, maintaining its dominance since the group Youth In Music started the competition. Their performance combined rock, classical, and opera.
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Rosemount High School marched on to another championship at the Metrodome over the weekend. For the seventh straight year, the school's marching band claimed the title in the competition held by the group Youth In Music.

Here's a glimpse of a Rosemount performance from a few years back.

And this year's band marching in the State Fair parade.

The music is good ... really. But earplugs are essential for the band, nonetheless.

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