The Airmen of Note is the premier jazz ensemble of the United States Air Force. Stationed at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in Washington, D.C., it is one of six musical ensembles that comprise The U.S. Air Force Band. Created in 1950 to continue the tradition of Major Glenn Miller's Army Air Forces dance band, the current band consists of 18 active duty Airmen musicians including one vocalist.
Through the years, the Airmen of Note has presented its own brand of big band jazz as well as more contemporary forms of jazz to audiences via annual tours across the United States, deployments around the world and local performances throughout metropolitan Washington, D.C. For smaller, more intimate venues, the Airmen of Note Combo and various individual musicians perform apart from the full band to support military and civilian ceremonial and diplomatic events.
Their commitment to musical excellence has earned the respect of the foremost jazz artists from around the globe, leading to many collaborative performances and recordings with such luminaries as Dizzy Gillespie, Joe Williams, Sarah Vaughan and Doc Severinsen. In 1990, the Airmen of Note established the Jazz Heritage Series, featuring the “Note” in concert with legendary icons of jazz. The Jazz Heritage Series is broadcast to millions over National Public Radio, independent jazz radio stations, satellite radio services and the Internet.
In addition, the “Note” produces and delivers recorded music to millions of fans worldwide through hundreds of media outlets. One of the group's holiday recordings, "Cool Yule," reached #2 on the JazzWeek jazz chart.
As part of The U.S. Air Force Band, The Airmen of Note honors those who have served, inspires American citizens to heightened patriotism and service, and positively impacts the global community on behalf of the U.S. Air Force and the United States.
The excellence demonstrated by these Airmen musicians is a reflection of the excellence displayed by Airmen stationed around the globe. Each member is proud to represent all Airmen, whose selfless service and sacrifices ensure the freedoms we enjoy as citizens of the United States of America.
This is a FREE EVENT, however a ticket is required for admission. Tickets are available through the Marcus Center Box Office only.
Thank you to our sponsors the Waterstone and The Marcus Performing Arts Center. Please stop by The Marcus Performing Arts Center Box Office to pick up your tickets.
Tickets may be picked up in person at the Box Office Window during the following hours:
Ticket Window on no-show days:
Monday: 12 – 5
Tuesday: 12 – 5
Wednesday: 12 – 5
Thursday: 12 – 5
Friday: 12 – 9
Saturday: 12 – 9
Sunday: 12 -5
Ticket Window on show days:
Monday: 12 – 9
Tuesday: 12 – 9
Wednesday: 12 – 9
Thursday: 12 – 9
Friday: 12 – 9
Saturday: 12 – 9
Sunday: 12 – 5
The Box Office is located at 929 N. Water Street in the main lobby of the Marcus Center. Short term parking is allowed in the circle drive in front of the Box Office when purchasing tickets.
May. 01, 2019 7:30 PM
929 N Water St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202
1 hour 30 minutes