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MarchFourth Marching Band's June 6th St. Louis Show 

MarchFourth Marching Band once again takes over 2720 Cherokee! Montana Skies and members from The Beggar's Carnivale were the opening acts. Photos by Crystal Rolfe.
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Jameson Overturf works his flaming contact staff.
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Jonathan Adams of Montana Skies on guitar.
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Jennifer Adams, the other half of Montana Skies on cello.
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Montana Skies opened up the evening.
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Jennifer Adams of Montana Skies.
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The was a lot to pick from at the merchandise table for Marchforth.
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Ami Amore' belly dances for the crowd.
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Meg-O-Legs shows off her skills on the silks.
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Indie-Lou the human pretzel.
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Scarlett Sinferno, the fire-eater.
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Jameson Overturf and his flaming bars.
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The colorful costumes were created using recycled band uniforms.
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MarchFourth stilt walkers spin each other in the air!
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More acrobatics by the Marchfourth stiltwalkers.
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Just a couple members of the percussion section. Their harnesses are created out of bicycle parts.
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A member of MarchFourth's horn section
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The stiltwalkers from MarchFourth stole the show!
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More Drums from MarchFourth!
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One of the band members of MarchFourth on guitar.
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MarchFourth singers.
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One of the trumpet players for MarchFourth.
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The trumpet player and his fan girls.
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Of course there are amazing guitar players as well in MarchFourth.
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Another trumpet player in MarchFourth.
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The stiltwalker holds a pole for a dancer.
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Jameson Overturf works his flaming contact staff.
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