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Our concert for Saturday, December 8 has been cancelled. Marketplace Mall is closing early on Saturday. Our rehearsal that was scheduled for Sunday, December 9 has been cancelled due to the incoming winter storm.

Rehearsals for the Fall 2018 Season

Rehearsal of December 16 - Rehearsal starts at 3:00pm, Food and Fellowship at 4:30ish.  We will leave about 5:00pm to head out to Marketplace Cinemas at 6:00pm.

All rehearsals will be at the North Davie Band Room on Sundays from 2:00-3:30pm!  Park in the back next to the bus lot.  We look forward to seeing you then!

Upcoming Concerts

The Davie County Community Band is ALWAYS looking for new members.  If you play (or used to play, no matter how long ago) a band instrument, then you are welcome in the DCCB!  If you are interested in knowing more about joining the band, CONTACT US!

We are looking for sponsors to help support our band.  Click HERE to get more information!

Our sincere thanks to our sponsors!

Advance Business Services

Barbara and Gifford Basham   


The Niland Family

The Piedmont Honor Band

The 2015 - 2016 Season Has Started!

The Davie County Community Band welcomes everyone in our community from select seventh graders all the way up through retirees.  We have had students from all three Middle Schools, the Early College, Davie High, and community members.  If you play an instrument now, or did in school (no matter how long ago that was!), please follow the link and sign up for our band! Rehearsals will be on the first second and third Sundays of each month from 2:00 to 3:30 at North Davie Middle School.  

The band plays a wide variety of music such as pop culture staples, concert band standards both easy and difficult and original compositions.  We have big plans for our second season.  We will be performing a newly composed film score to the 1902 iconic science fiction classic "A Trip to the Moon".  We will hopefully be performing this at a short film gala in Winston-Salem.  We also have local Davie County performances planned for winter and spring concerts.

We would love to have you in our band.  Please come and play some great music in a fun atmosphere!  




The iconic early Sci-Fi movie with newly composed film score by Sean Nelson.  Performed live with the film! 

A challenging and entertaining piece featuring "Tar Heel Two Step", "Woodland Waltz" and "Blue Ridge Reel".  The audience will love this!



Music in the Park

Daniel Boone Festival
The Davie Community Band will perform at noon Saturday at Junker's Mill.
The Davie Community Band will perform at noon Saturday at Junker's Mill.

Boone Family Festival Saturday

Published 5:15 pm Tuesday, May 3, 2016

For some 13 years, Daniel Boone lived in what now is called Davie County.

As a teen-ager, his family moved here from Pennsylvania. Here, he hunted, traded and made trails – and fell in love. He married Rebecca Bryan in 1756.

Davie County was remote backcountry then, but apparently not remote enough for the wandering Boone, who often would be gone for months – even years – on hunting and exploration expeditions. Living off the land, he befriended natives and blazed trails westward that thousands would soon follow.

On Saturday, Davie County will celebrate its Boone heritage at the Daniel Boone Family Festival in Downtown Mocksville. The Davie County Historical and Genealogical Society will offer van tours to some of the county’s historic sites – some Boone related.

Re-enactors from Ft. Dobbs in Statesville are expected to be on hand, giving folks a glimpse of what people may have worn in the mid-1700s and talking to them about what life may have been like back then.

The festival kicks off at 10 a.m. on the square where craft and food vendors will sell their wares, including live plants from members of the Mocksville Garden Club.

One regular vendor will not be there. Carol Head, “the jelly lady,” died last month, but her daughter plans to sell some of the canned goods that her mother had already made.

There will be a free kid’s area with plenty of activities for the younger set.

The outdoor Junker’s Mill stage will feature entertainment beginning at noon with the Davie County Community Band, a group of volunteer musicians of all ages.

The band will be followed on stage by Michael Decker, a magician who specializes in entertaining children.

At 2 p.m., the Flying Saucers hit the stage, playing Motown songs and hits from the 60s.

At 4 p.m., it’s contest time. Sign up to take a frozen t-shirt, unfold it and put it on. The winner gets a prize, as does the best wiggling in a Hula-Hoop. Entry fee is $5, and proceeds go to the Relay for Life, look for the booth on the way down Depot Street to the stage.

The Mystery Hillbillies bring their rockabilly and western swing sounds to the stage at 5 p.m.

Country singer and recording artist Tammie Davis headlines the day’s entertainment. She is scheduled to begin playing at 6:30 p.m.

There is no admission for any of the entertainment. Seating is limited, so bring a chair to enjoy a day of free music and fun. Food and beverages will be available. No coolers are allowed.

- See more at: http://www.ourdavie.com/2016/05/03/boone-family-festival-saturday/#sthash.bBnCQw6D.dpuf