Music filled the city of Columbus on Saturday.
Fourteen high school bands competed in the 43rd annual Columbus Marching Festival, which started with a morning parade along 13th Street led by Columbus High.
In the afternoon, schools participated in the field competition at Pawnee Park's Memorial Stadium.
The Columbus Marching Festival is a judged event. Awards were presented to the top-two bands in each class during the parade and ratings were given to each school in the field competition.
The results for the parade are:
Class C: Yutan, first place; David City, second place.
Class B: Aurora, first place; Grand Island Northwest, second place.
The results for the field competition are:
Superior: Fremont, Crofton, Grand Island Northwest, Seward, Aurora, Norfolk and Columbus.
Excellent: David City, Lakeview and Loup City.