Corps news and announcements
In This Edition...
• 7th Regiment plays for beluga whales
• Louisiana Stars and Raiders reveal 2017 shows
• Corps celebrate the 4th
• Plus much more!
This week, 7th Regiment had several small ensembles performing at Mystic Aquarium in Mystic, Connecticut. The event got quite the reaction from one beluga whale in particular.
The Battalion took to the streets in Provo, Utah, and Manti, Utah, for parades this Tuesday to celebrate Independence Day.
This week, the Devils released the latest episode of their video series, “BD360,” which takes a look at the corps' 2017 production and its early-season progress.
The Blue Knights flashed their own bit of patriotism this week, marching through Central Point, Oregon on the Fourth of July.
Hit the reherasal field with the Bluecoats in the corps' latest installment of its "True Bloo" video series.
Boston's media team released a video this week taking a more detailed look at what the corps' “Wicked Games” production is all about.
Cadets director George Hopkins went live on Facebook this week to keep followers posted on the latest from the corps' summer tour.
Carolina Crown's percussionists got to spend some time jamming with the Crossmen drum line while in Bristol, Rhode Island, for the city's longstanding Independence Day parade.
Cavaliers show designers take us inside the corps' 2017 production, "Men Are From Mars," in a recently posted video.
The Colts were able to have some fun with hopeful future members of the corps at their 4th of July parades this week.
The Columbians streamed their full Independence Day parade through Pasco, Washington, live on Facebook.
The San Antonio corps released some additional footage of a recent jam session with Carolina Crown.
Gold took part in the patriotic festivities this week with a parade in Julian, California.
With their 2017 tour around the corner, the Guardians announced one remaining open position for a trumpet player.
Incognito celebrated the Fourth of July holiday with a parade in Pacific Palisades.
Prior to kicking off their 2017 tour, Legends hosted a free friends and family showcase last weekend, debuting their production, “The Signal.”
The Louisiana Stars announced their 2017 program, “The Sanctuary,” this week, and in doing so revealed a sleek new color guard uniform.
The Madison Scouts want you to take part in the organization's Mad Dash 5K, which will take place the morning of Sunday's DCI Tour event in Madison, Wisconsin.
Music City took part in the July 4 festivities two days early, marching through East Troy, Wisconsin, on July 2.
Oregon Crusaders revealed its mysterious new uniformed look this week, as the corps prepares to kick off its “ENcompass” tour Friday night in Hillsboro, Oregon.
Pacific Crest released a video that takes a look at the corps' Fourth of July parade on Tuesday in Moreno Valley, California.
This week during the rained out DCI Central Indiana event, DCI.org caught up with Pioneer's drum majors to discuss the unique atmosphere in Muncie.
One of the last few corps to do so, the Raiders announced the title of the corps' 2017 program, “Iconic,” which will be debuted at a preview show on July 16.
Santa Clara Vanguard
This week, Vanguard visual coordinator Andy Toth broke down the corps' 2017 production, “Ouroboros,” in an in-depth video.
General admission ($30) and up-close-and-personal Blast Zone seats ($20) remain for the Seattle Summer Music Games on Saturday, July 8. Ticket booths and gates open at 4 p.m. for this event that will feature seven corps.
Southwind will be holding an educational band clinic on July 14 from 1 to 4 p.m. shortly before their performance at the Drums Across the River Region event in Millbrook, Alabama.
The Vanguard Cadets joined in on this week's 4th of July parades, marching in Monterey, California.
Corps news and announcements (6/30/2017)