COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The Ohio State Marching Band's Skull Session is a family friendly event that takes place before every home football game. Best of all, it's free.
The Skull Session is a pre-game pep rally and concert. It takes place at St. John Arena, and begins around 2.5 hours before the start of every home game. The venue has room for 10,000+ fans, but seats are in high demand, so you may want to arrive early.
During the Skull Session the Ohio State Marching Band will march from Ohio Stadium to St. John Arena to perform and entertain. The Ohio State Football Team will also stop by. Their visit usually features a speech from a coach or a player.
Schedule: 2018 Skull Sessions and Ohio State football home games
Once the Skull Session ends, the team will walk through the crowd to the north end of Ohio Stadium. The marching band, also known as TBDBITL, will march back to The Shoe for their pregame show, including Script Ohio.
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