A local high school marching band teamed up with an animal care program to bring awareness to endangered animals.
The Bozeman High School marching band was at the Bay County Fairgrounds helping out with Animalfest.
This is the second year Animalfest and Bozeman have partnered up for this event.
Educational animal games helped adults and kids understand animal behavior.
Bozeman Student Victoria Russ said, "It just feels so good to walk around and see the smiles on people's faces when you know you just made their day and given them something good to listen to. Music just makes people happy all the time. So it's nice to contribute that to the community."
Profits from Saturday will help endangered Florida Panthers as well as the save the tiger funds.