In This Edition:
• A Cascades video brought to you by the "Letter F"
• The Cavaliers hire an executive director
• Thank yous all around at the end of the 2015 DCI Tour
• And more!
Don’t miss this video of the 7th Regiment’s percussion section, which was named the 2015 DrumLine Battle Champions during World Championships Week in Indianapolis.
The Blue Devils organization takes a moment to look back through all of its 2015 accomplishments. “We have a lot to be thankful for, many remarkable memories and so much to celebrate.”
Blue Knights are selling the flags, uniforms and color guard equipment utilized as part of the corps’ 2015 production, “Because.”
Volunteers are needed for the Blue Stars’ annual Oktoberfest Brat Stand fundraiser.
The iconic three-ring orb props from the Bluecoats’ 2015 production, “Kinetic Noise,” can be yours for the taking.
Check out this year-in-review video put together by a Cadets mellophone player.
Carolina Crown thanked its many CrownBOOSTER Meal Sponsors who helped feed corps members throughout the 2015 summer season.
This Cascades horn line video shot before the DCI World Championship Semifinals in Indianapolis is brought to you by the “Letter F.”
The Cavaliers hired Chris Lugo as the corps’ first full-time executive director. “I’m honored and excited to take on the executive director role for an organization and mission about which I’m so passionate,” Lugo said.
Crossmen installed Stephen Mason as the corps’ 2016 brass caption head. “We believe (Mason’s) approach to brass pedagogy and instruction will help further develop the brass program for years to come,” Crossmen program coordinator Ed Devlin said.
Oregon Crusaders sent this special thank you to all those who helped make the corps’ 2015 summer tour a success.
Pacific Crest would like to thank you for supporting “150 of the most amazing young people in the world” this summer.
Santa Clara Vanguard
Just prior to heading to Indianapolis for the DCI World Championships, Santa Clara Vanguard held its annual awards banquet on August 1, in Pottsville, Pennsylvania.
Southwind’s drum line throws down some beats in this parking lot video captured this summer in Atlanta.