Baker University Calendar


Wed, Oct 16, 2013 03:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Liston Stadium - Baldwin City
Music Department


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Here is the schedule of performances:
3:15 p.m.: Sabetha Blue Jay Marching Band
3:30 p.m.: Prairie View High Marching Buffaloes
3:45 p.m.: Cass Midway Viking Marching Band
4 p.m.: Mid-Buchanan Marching Dragons
4:15 p.m.: Perry-Lecompton Marching Band
4:30 p.m.: Ottawa High Marching Cyclone Band
4:45 p.m.: Afternoon session awards
6 p.m.: Baldwin High Marching Bulldog Band
6:15 p.m.: Spring Hill Marching Bronco Band
6:30 p.m.: De Soto Wildcat Drum Line
6:40 p.m.: Tonganoxie Chieftain Drum Line
6:50 p.m.: Louisburg Wildcat Drum Line
7 p.m.: De Soto Dazzlers Color Guard
7:10 p.m.: Louisburg High Jazzy Cats Color Guard
7:30 p.m.: Atchison High Marching Redmen
7:45 p.m.: Tonganoxie High Marching Chieftains
8 p.m.: Louisburg High Marching Wildcat Band
8:15 p.m.: De Soto High Marching Wildcats


Liston Stadium
600 2nd St
Baldwin City
Country: us


Just a few blocks east of Baker's Baldwin City campus lies Liston Stadium, home for Wildcat football, track and field, and soccer. The eight-lane track has a rubber all-weather surface. The Field Turf infield simulates the playing conditions of real grass.

Liston Stadium was built during the mid-1930s by a group of 30 young men trading labor for tuition money. The University planned to build a stadium in memory of 13 Baker alumni who lost their lives in World War I, but no funds were available. Legendary athletic figure Emil Liston came up with the plan to offer a college education for labor. Though many of the workers were inexperienced, they compensated with pride and the finished product was described in the Kansas City Star as one of the finest stadiums in the Midwest. Plaques honoring the 13 fallen soldiers adorn the pillars on the west side of the stadium's stone wall.