12 Bands Left in the Battle of the Bands Contest - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

12 Bands Left in the Battle of the Bands Contest

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After a big week of voting in the Sweet 16, 4 schools advanced to the round of 8 through your voting at kcbd.com

Spur edged Lubbock Christian by 150 votes 51% to 49%

Tahoka topped Lubbock High with 64%

Olton eliminated Nazareth with 96%

Levelland stopped defending Battle of the Bands Champion Lamesa with 74%

Here’s who is up for the vote this week at kcbd.com

  • Floydada vs Seagraves
  • Brownfield vs New Deal (who finished 5th at State this week)
  • Whiteface vs. Ropes (Whiteface won the 1A State Marching Band Title and Ropes finished 2nd at State)
  • Estacado vs. Lubbock-Cooper

Check out each of these schools videos and vote at kcbd.com. 1 vote per minute per email is allowed at kcbd.com. Voting is open until next Thursday at 3 and I’ll have results Thursday at 6. The 8 remaining schools will then battle to make the Final Note 4 as we go from 8 to 4 to 1 and crown the Battle of the Bands Champion.

Who will win the $3000 Grand Prize? Vote at kcbd.com/bands

The Battle of the Bands is brought to you by Sonic and South Plains College.

You can see a current bracket, the official rules, and vote at the official Battle of the Bands website here.

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