If you haven’t had the opportunity to see the Stillman College Blue Pride Marching Tigers perform, you will have a chance this Sunday, February 18 at the University of Alabama’s Women’s Basketball game vs. Auburn University. The game tipoff is at 2:00 p.m. at the Coleman Coliseum.

Plus the event also serves as a fundraiser. "Any tickets purchased from the link below will contribute $3 to the Stillman College Band Program, said the Stillman College Facebook Post. Click here for ticket information.

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According to a Stillman College Facebook Page post, “the Band will perform stands music and a floorshow which will be televised on ESPN and recorded from promotional/recruitment material.”

In addition to supporting the University of Alabama’s Women’s Basketball team and Stillman College Marching Tigers, there is a “special discounted rate of only $8 per seat (normally $10) and $3 of your purchase price will go towards the Stillman College Band,” said FEVO.



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