On the first weekend of April 2005, the National Capital Band (Bandmaster James Anderson) visited the central Virginia town of Lynchburg to help the local Salvation Army corps celebrate its centenary.
The National Capital Band, based in Washington, DC, spent the last weekend of February in the Greater New York Division, with performances at the Centennial Memorial Temple, Templo de Queens, and Hempstead Citadel.
On Saturday, 17 March 2004, the National Capital Band (Bandmaster John B. Jones) gave a 45-minute concert at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial in downtown Washington, DC and an evening festival at Prince George’s Corps.
For the second consecutive year, the National Capital Band journeyed southwest from Washington to the central Virginia city of Lynchburg for a weekend of performance and worship.
The National Capital Band (Bandmaster Ian Anderson) traveled to the central Virginia city of Lynchburg for the weekend of 22 – 23 February 2003.
The National Capital Band, under the direction of Bandmaster Lars-Otto Ljungholm, opened the Christmas season with two annual engagements, 1 – 2 December 2001.