In This Edition …

• Colts receive annual grant from Dubuque Racing Association
• Cavaliers count down their 10 best action shots of 2017
• Throwback to Vanguard’s Rose Parade appearance

• Plus much more!

The Battalion

The Battalion needs to purchase two more tubas to complete its brass line, and is encouraging fans to donate to the cause prior to the New Years’ change in the charitable donations tax code.

Blue Knights

Enjoy this large collection of photos from Blue Knights’ December audition camp, in which attendees received training from members of the corps’ staff.

The Cavaliers

In celebration of the New Year, The Cavaliers have selected these photos as the corps’ “Top 10 Action Shots of 2017.” Also be sure to check out the corps’ “Top 10 Rehearsal Shots.”


Colts received a $15,000 grant from the Dubuque Racing Association toward the purchase of a newer 15-passenger van to support the corps’ annual tour. This is the 21st consecutive year the corps has received a grant from this association.


Guardians enjoyed a productive audition camp in December. Check out these video highlights from the weekend.


Incognito introduced the corps’ new percussion staff for 2018, including caption head Nikolas Wood, an instructor who has worked with numerous schools around Los Angeles.

Louisiana Stars

Louisiana Stars shared some photos from the corps’ recent audition camp in New Iberia, Louisiana, It’s one of the three camps scheduled throughout the state the week heading into the New Year.

Santa Clara Vanguard

Exactly one year ago, Santa Clara Vanguard was gearing up to march in the Rose Parade.

Seattle Cascades

After working with a number of corps, bands, and winter percussion lines, Tommy Williams has joined Seattle Cascades as the corps’ educational director, where he will serve as a visual consultant and mentor to the corps’ staff.


If you’re looking for something to do in Wyoming on New Year’s Eve, head on down to Troopers Bingo for their New Year’s Eve Blowout, which will feature more than $7,000 in prizes and payouts.


Martza Ramirez, who has 12 years experience as a color guard performer in Southern California, has joined Watchmen as the corps’ color guard caption head.