The FALCON SOUND will be heading to Orlando for the FMBC UNIVERSITY CLASSIC in October. Our incredible students will be competing Saturday, Oct. 26th, spending the night and enjoying a day at a Disney Park on Sunday, Oct. 27th before heading home. 

We have secured a group block at the Royal Parc Hotel Orlando for the University High School Competition October 26, 2019.  Contract rate is $76.00 per room with 2 double beds and breakfast is included.  There is no tax if booked through our contracted rate.

Additionally, we will be visiting a Walt Disney World park on Sunday, October 27th prior to our return to Flanagan.  Group rate is $79 per person.  A lunch certificate, including dessert, is available for pre-purchase for $18.31 per person. 

If you would like a room for the event, or tickets to the park, please complete the attached form and email to Lily Hernandez at by September 15th.  All payments must be received by September 20th (no exceptions).

A more detailed schedule of the day will come in the next few weeks - this is for Parent/Family reservation purposes only

To place an order click the link below and scroll down to the box that says "Hotel Room/Ticket Order Form"


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For general information about the Flanagan Falcon Sound program please contact us at:


Charles W. Flanagan High School

12800 Taft Street

Pembroke Pines, Fl 33028

754.323.0650  Main Office

754.323.0704  Band Office


Falcon Sound Alliance ~ Booster Club
2114 North Flamingo Road

Pembroke Pines, FL 33028




The Flanagan Falcon Sound program is an organization of dedicated Students, Parents, Staff, and Directors who strive to achieve the highest level of artistry through performance. This extraordinary group of young performers come from Flanagan High School's Marching Band, Color Guard, Wind Orchestra, Symphonic Winds, Concert Jazz Band, World Guard, "A" Guard, "JV" Guard, Percussion Class, String Orchestra, and the Flanagan Winds. These individual groups combine to form a "Family" known as the "The Falcon Sound!""