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What to Watch Monday: TOC Central Missouri
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What to Watch Monday: TOC Central Missouri

by Drum Corps International

Catch many of this summer's top-scoring corps from the comfort of home when DCI Live! streams from Warrensburg, Missouri in round two of the Tour of Champions event series on Monday.

Eight of the top World Class corps will convene at the University of Central Missouri’s Walton Stadium with the first corps stepping off at 8:40 p.m. ET/ 7:40 CT / 6:40 MT / 5:40 p.m. PT.

This DCI Live! webcast will be available for viewing on desktop computers, with mobile streaming available exclusively through the DCI.org iPhone and iPad app, or the DCI.org Android app. The webcasts can be accessed as part of a season-long subscription package or pay-per-view.

Note: All times Central and subject to change

Tour of Champions Central Missouri
Warrensburg, MO | Walton Stadium
Monday, July 18, 2016

7:47 p.m. Welcome & National Anthem

7:57 p.m. Blue Devils - Concord, CA
8:14 p.m. Bluecoats - Canton, OH
8:31 p.m. Blue Stars - La Crosse, WI

8:48 p.m. Intermission

9:08 p.m. Santa Clara Vanguard - Santa Clara, CA
9:25 p.m. Phantom Regiment - Rockford, IL
9:42 p.m. Carolina Crown - Ft. Mill, SC
9:59 p.m. The Cavaliers - Rosemont, IL
10:16 p.m. The Cadets - Allentown, PA

10:43 p.m. Awards Ceremony

What to Watch: Warrensburg

• After winning the premiere Tour of Champions series event last night in DeKalb, Illinois, the Blue Devils remain the only undefeated corps thus far this season, taking the title from the Bluecoats by just six tenths of a point. Does anyone have what it takes to unseat the Devils? The race for a medalist position continues to be neck-to-neck with Carolina Crown right on the Bluecoats’ coattails, finishing a mere five hundredths of a point behind on Sunday.

• Last night was one for the books for Santa Clara Vanguard when the corps finished ahead of the Cadets for the first time in more than a decade, slipping past the Allentown corps by just over three tenths of a point. The last year that happened was 2004, which also marks the last time Vanguard finished within the top-three at the DCI Finals.

• As if the finish line weren’t crowded enough, keep an eye on the Cavaliers. The Green Machine has been within striking distance of both the Cadets and Vanguard at various points this summer. As one of the final corps scheduled to perform on Monday in Warrensburg, members of the Cavaliers should be in a prime position to put up a big score and finally push themselves over 80 points for the first time this summer.

Register now to see this exciting event webcast via DCI Live! This is a show you won't want to miss!