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What to Watch: DCI Live! from Warrensburg, Missouri
Seven corps will perform Monday night in Warrensburg, Missouri.Photo by: Drum Corps International

What to Watch: DCI Live! from Warrensburg, Missouri

by Drum Corps International

The Tour of Champions event series will march to its second stop in 2015 at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg on Monday night.

Seven of this year’s top-scoring World Class corps will be competing at Walton Stadium on UCM’s campus, and you’ll be able to follow all of the action through the DCI Live! streaming video platform. The broadcast will begin at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, with the first corps stepping off at 8:40 p.m. ET/5:40 p.m PT.

All listed times Eastern Time Zone

8:30 PM Welcome and National Anthem

8:40 PM The Cavaliers - Rosemont, IL
8:57 PM Phantom Regiment - Rockford, IL
9:14 PM Blue Devils - Concord, CA

9:31 PM Intermission (17 min.)

9:48 PM Bluecoats - Canton, OH
10:05 PM The Cadets - Allentown, PA
10:22 PM Carolina Crown - Fort Mill, SC
10:39 PM Santa Clara Vanguard - Santa Clara, CA

11:06 PM Awards Ceremony

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What to Watch for in Warrensburg

  • Enter the Bluecoats. The Canton corps members was absent from the first Tour of Champions event last night in DeKalb, Illinois, as they made the trek back from the Rockies. Monday will mark the first time that the top-seven corps from last year’s World Championship Finals will go head-to-head in the same competition. The Blue Devils and Cadets have kept a firm grasp on the top spots so far this year, but the Bluecoats scored well in the rarified Denver air and may have something to say about how the corps finish in Warrensburg.
  • It’s anyone’s guess who finishes first on Monday night, as all of the corps continued to swap positions over the weekend. But it’s not just the overall scores that are in flux. Keep an eye on the caption scores--brass, percussion, and color guard. A different corps held the high score in every single caption over the past week, and the captions have been decided by a tenth of a point or less at nearly every single competition. The Cadets hold the high score in brass, Santa Clara Vanguard leads in percussion, and Carolina Crown currently has the top color guard, but all of that could change tonight.
  • Watch as the Cadets, Santa Clara Vanguard, and the Cavaliers attempt to exact revenge on Monday night. Each of those corps was surpassed on Sunday in DeKalb (by the Blue Devils, Carolina Crown, and Phantom Regiment, respectively). Each corps will attempt to regain their positioning, and in some cases, move up an extra spot or two.

You can read more about the trending storylines heading into Monday night in this week’s Competitive Edge. Then, tune in at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT to watch the Tour of Champions: Central Missouri live from Warrensburg.