With their spring training rehearsals in full swing, the Troopers took time out of their schedule on Saturday, June 11 to perform right outside of Indianapolis, at the Conner Prairie Interactive History Park. Spread over more than 200 acres of land, this "living museum" offers a wide range of events; from live action role players and battle reenactments to hot air balloon rides and concerts in an outdoor amphitheater. The Troopers, whose uniforms are modeled after the Union Army's 11th Ohio Cavalry, helped set the theme during a standstill performance as Conner Prairie celebrated the opening of a brand new $4.3 million exhibit titled, "1863 Civil War Journey: Raid on Indiana."
View the complete 17-minute performance on the DCI Fan Network. Learn more about Conner Prairie.