(Seguin) -- The Seguin Matador Band's experience is slowly coming to an end. After the last few days in New York City, the band is scheduled to make its way back home on Wednesday.
The band's trip schedule wrapped up with its once in a lifetime performance at Carnegie Hall Monday night. Playing at the prestigious concert hall was the basis for their invitation to visit the Big Apple.
Seguin Radio KWED and the Seguin Daily News have been keeping tabs with the band. Among those calling in for a live daily update was Band Member Lena Deharde. Deharde says since arriving to New York, the band has been proudly representing its hometown.
"We've been going around saying "Today is Matador Band Day" and people are asking us all the time what is that? We get to explain that to them. It's just really cool being here in New York. I mean, it's a lot different and we're having so much fun just getting to see all these new things," said Deharde.
Despite its long list of experiences, Deharde says Lady Liberty is no doubt on top of her list of a memorable experience.
"Honestly, I feel like seeing the Statue of Liberty like right in front of us is really cool. I mean, obviously, there's a lot that we've done and it's all just amazing, but I'd say that's my highlight," said Deharde.
Weather permitting, the band is expected to start making its way back home on Wednesday.