The III Marine Expeditionary Force Popular Music Group performs for the U.S. Embassy Kuala Lumpur's annual Independence Day Reception. This...
The U.S. Marine Corps III Marine Expeditionary Force Band performed with the world-renowned Boston Brass for the Spring Concert at Tedako Hall in...
The III Marine Expeditionary Force Band hosted a clinic for musicians from Meio University at the Band Hall aboard Camp Foster in Okinawa, Japan....
Members of the III Marine Expeditionary Force Band performed in the Friendship Music Festival alongside members of the Japan Ground Self-Defense...
The III Marine Expeditionary Force Brass Band performed alongside the Nepali Army Band wile closing out their week-long outreach at the US/Nepal...
The III Marine Expeditionary Force Brass Band performed for the annual Juneteenth Celebration at Torii Beach hosted by the Torii MWR and U.S. Army...
Marine musicians perform a wide variety of military and civic events such as ceremonies, parades, festivals, public concerts, educational outreach, and professional sporting events. Music support utilizes a variety of ensemble configurations to include wind ensemble, ceremonial band, brass band, jazz combo, popular music group, brass quintet, jazz ensemble, and bugler.
Whether a traditional concert hall, outdoor venue or parade, military band performances must be free and open to the public. Marine Bands may perform at fairs, exhibitions and similar venues with admission fees if the performance is incidental to the primary event and no additional fee is charged to hear the band perform. Additional restrictions may apply.
Start your request for musical support by choosing the appropriate request form below. Once received, we will determine whether we can support your request. If your request is approved, a representative from the band will reach out to you for coordination. If your request is denied, you/your organization will receive an email explaining why your request is not eligible to receive support.
As the Eastern Hemisphere’s sole musical representative of the United States Marine Corps, the III MEF Band enjoys a busy schedule filled with performances across Okinawa and throughout the Far East each year. The band capitalizes on this unique position by making it a priority to present community outreach performances and participating in international military band festivals.
III MEF BAND
FPO AP 96382
Calling from Japan
From a Cell Phone: 098-970-3919
Calling from United States
Phone Number: 011-81-98-970-3919
Band History Coming Soon
Chief Warrant Officer 3 DeMarius D. Jackson enlisted in the United States Marine Corps Reserve in
Master Gunnery Sergeant J. Michael Stanley studied Music Education and Applied French Horn at