NORWALK, CONN. -- The Norwalk High School marching band and color guard will have its school-year debut Aug. 23.
The group has been preparing for the 2013 fall show, “iSpy.” Band director Chris Rivera said the show is a journey viewed through the eyes of a spy. Around each corner a new adventure awaits -- a diamond heist, a chase and a love interest will unfold.
Exciting music and creative visual programming will provide the backdrop to this mystery caper, Rivera said.
The show is at 7 p.m. at Andrews Field on County Street.
The band has a long history of excellence, and is known throughout the area for its consistent levels of high achievement, hard work and showmanship, Rivera said.