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Members of the U.S. Army Japan Band’s “Uncle Sam’s All-American Brass Band" performed at multiple venues during the 2013 Sapporo Snow Festival in Hokkaido 5-8 February 2013.Some two million people are expected to visit the week-long festival which has over 200 snow sculptures. Lead: U.S. Army Japan Band members traveled to the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido recently to perform at the 2013 Sapporo Snow Festival. Jay Mann shows us what it's like when hot music meets cold snow. Tag: The USARJ Band spent 2 days performing and holding children's music workshops. Soundbites include SGT. Tony Buzzella - USARJ Band. Produced by Jay Mann, USARJ Public Affairs. Also available in High Definition.


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This work, Sapporo Snow Festival Concert Series 1, by Jay Mann, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:02.7.2013

Date Posted:02.14.2013 1:27AM

Category:Package

Video ID:281783

VIRIN:130207-A-FE574-001

Filename:DOD_100737638

Length:00:01:24

Location:SAPPORO, HOKKAIDO, JPGlobe

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