Welcome to the band!

Additional Information

Here at Lake Brantley we have a proud tradition of excellence both on field and on stage.  If you have any questions during the year, please do not hesitate to call our committee chair Karen Pfannerstill  at  407-746-3460 (Band Room) or (Uniform Crew).  We are excited about our coming year and happy that you will be a part of it!

  • Students are fitted for shoes every year during band camp.  
  • On the last Friday of band camp, the used uniform store, Patriot’s Closet, is opened from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm.  Gently worn uniform attire that was donated in previous years is usually sold at this time. 
  • Marching Uniform Distribution is usually held by the second week of school.  Students sign up for appointments during band camp.
  • Please contact Anita Robinson with questions.

Uniform Newsletter

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Casual Uniform


The casual uniform is a blue polo shirt with band logo and either black jeans or tuxedo pants depending on the event. Students pay for their polo shirts and are sized during uniform distribution nights.  The shirts are distributed during class once they arrive.  These only need to be purchased once unless the size changes or the shirt is lost.

Marching Uniform


Marching UniformThe marching uniform is a patriot style uniform with jacket, bibbers (pants), and a three cornered hat.  The hat, jacket, bibbers, shoe buckles and garment bag are loaned to the students.  The fittings are by appointment only during uniform distribution nights in August. Students are expected to dry-clean their uniform a minimum of every other wearing.  White jackets worn by tubas and percussionists must be dry-cleaned every week.

Concert Uniform


The concert uniform consists of black tuxedo pants with a black banded-collar tux shirt and a button cover.  Students are required to purchase this uniform.Students will be fitted for the shirt and pants during uniform distribution.  We will collect payment at that time.The students are responsible for wearing close-toed black dress shoes (or Bando marching shoes without the shoe buckles from marching season) with black socks.

Buckle Your Shoes

Learn how to add the very import patriot buckle to your marching shoes. 


Marching All issued uniform parts are school property.  You are completely responsible for lost or damaged uniforms.  Please be sure to review the  Uniform Care Booklet.  It contains important information for students and parents.  Please do read it carefully, and keep it in a safe place for reference. Please take note of the lending policy!

Uniform Care Booklet

Fitting Instructions

Students will sign up for a fitting appointment time during band camp.  They will be able to check their appointment time on the window outside Mr. Wharton’s office beginning the first day of school.  

All students must come during the 30-minute appointment window they signed up for.  Uniforms will be distributed shortly. Click the link below for more information.

Measurement Form

Uniform Parts

Each student will be issued (loaned) the following:

  • Marching uniform - coat, pants, hat, and buckles for the band shoes
  • Hat box for storage of the hat at home
  • Garment bag for carrying uniforms 

During Distribution, each student will be given a band T-shirt to wear to band functions.  New students will receive a duffel bag in which to carry shoes, music, poncho, etc.

Student Accounts

The Band Boosters maintain student band accounts for any student who would like to participate.  The students fund their band account by participating in student account fundraisers.  Such as selling calendars or entertainment books. 

Parents and students cannot place money directly into the accounts.  Money is earned only through the fundraisers.  The account can be used to pay for band related items, including fees, uniforms, trips, etc.

Selling one entertainment book will place $10.00 into a student’s account.  If a student comes to a game or concert and has forgotten socks, gloves or button covers, he/she can use the account to purchase the items.  Having at least $10.00 in a student account gives the students a safety net for hectic Friday evenings.

Many students use this tool as a way to raise money for the trip we take every 4 years.  When a student graduates, any unused money either transfers to a sibling’s account or to the band’s general scholarship account.

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