There’s March Madness and then there’s March Madness.One is, of course, for basketball. The second, for music lovers, or anyone looking to have a blast.This is particularly true of anyone who has ever played a brass or woodwind instrument and would like to play side-by-side with the internationally-acclaimed Lexington Brass Band.“This is a concert marked by energy, excitement and scintillating brass,” said Dr. Ronald W. Holz, director of The Lexington Brass Band. The concert is 3 p.m. June 12 on the Main Stage of the Great American Brass Band Festival. Holz said music will be supplied, along with some stands, but those with their own music lyres should bring them.Those joining the world-famous Lexington Brass Band will get to play four marches written by the legendary John Philip Sousa.“This 50-minute concert will contain a wide array of marches, and this year will focus on the influence of Sousa along with all the march composers that followed him, including Kentucky’s own James Curnow, whose brilliant march, ‘Tribute,’ will be included in the program,” said Holz.“It’s a great format, since our Lexington Brass Band will play a variety of marches influenced by John Philip Sousa, and then anyone who has brought a brass or woodwind instrument may join us for four great Sousa marches,” said Holz. “This is the second year in a row we’re doing this.”The event is free and anyone wishing to get a copy of the music before the event can stop by the GABBF office at 105 E. Walnut St.For more information, call Dr. Ronald W. Holz at (859) 858-3877, or e-mail email@example.com.