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National Memorial Day Concert

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National Memorial Day Concert

National Memorial Day Concert
Created by Jerry Colbert
Directed by Paul Miller
Starring Joe Mantegna & Gary Sinise
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 32
No. of episodes 32
Executive producer(s) Jerry Colbert
Location(s) West Lawn of the United States Capitol
Running time 90 min
Original channel PBS
External links
A boy holding an American flag during the 2009 National Memorial Day Concert on the West Lawn of the United States Capitol

The National Memorial Day Concert is a free annual concert performed on the west lawn of the United States Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., in celebration of Memorial Day since 1989. Broadcast live on PBS, NPR, and can also be seen overseas by U.S. military personnel in more than 175 countries and aboard more than 200 U.S. Navy ships at sea on American Forces Network.[1] The concert is viewed and heard by millions across the country and the world, as well as attended by more than half a million people at the United States Capitol.


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  • "National Memorial Day Concert" Official Site
  • "Architect Of The Capitol"
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