The brand new Legacy High School is banding together for their first ever homecoming game.
And the pep band is excited to begin their legacy.
The Legacy Saber Band has been hard at work preparing for their first debut performance.
While the school is being built, they've been using Bismarck State College's band room for practices.
Even though the students don't have a building to call home yet, they are still excited to be its first ever students.
"It's really cool because we get to start the tradition of being in the first Legacy Saber Band and we get to start everything like our school song. We're the first ones to play it," says Baylee Gartner.
"It's really exciting because you're the first ever to be doing it and you get to start the traditions and it's just really fun," says Rachael Demaria.
Legacy Band Director Mark Herold used to be the associate band director at Century High School.
He says it's definitely been a change but the students are handling the transition well.
Herold says he's impressed with the progress the band has made and is excited for the new opportunities.
"The opportunity to create a program from scratch and put your own personal stamp on things and so I'm really excited about that. And being able to, you know, make it our band make it my band kind of thing. And, you know, we get to start our ideas and do those things as we go forward. And like I said the kids are really excited about that too. So that's pretty cool," says Mark Herold, Legacy HS Band Director.
The Saber Band will make it's first appearance at the football game this evening.
They will play at pre-game from 4:30 to 5:00.