The CHS Mustang Marching Band captured Canada’s heart during its Feb. 8-12 trip to perform at the Carnaval de Quebec. The world’s largest winter festival, the Carnaval celebrates Quebec City’s history, and includes food, activities, exhibits and huge ice sculptures. The Mustangs have appeared at the Carnaval several times over the past decades. During the world famous Carnaval Night Parade, the Mustangs marched through 2.2 miles of snowy streets, wowing more 150,000 ecstatic spectators. The Mustangs explored the culture of Old Quebec, visiting North America’s largest snow tubing park and a hands-on experience at the Quebec Circus Arts School.
Cliftonmagazine.com • March 2018