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Blue Knights Announce 2019 Show: …I Remember Everything

The Blue Knights are pleased to present their program for the 2019 Drum Corps International summer national tour: “…I Remember Everything”. We are a sum of our memories. Some we accept, celebrate, and cherish. Others we may want to put behind us. Some make us proud. Others give us pause. Some are just glimpses, faded […]

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In The News – World Famous Drum Corps Performs In Pueblo

A world famous competition band is performing in the Steel City. The Blue Knights Drum and Bugle Corps spent Wednesday practicing at Pueblo County High school to get ready for the U.S. competition tour. The group is made up of band members from all over the world who are under 21. Read the rest of […]

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In The News – Fairfield High School Hosting Summer Music Games In Hamilton

The rat-a-tat-tat from hundreds of drums will be heard throughout the stadium when six of the nation’s top drum and bugle corps compete June 25 at the Summer Music Games. Hosted by Fairfield High School’s marching band, the corps will perform at the Virgil Schwarm Stadium at Hamilton High School, 1165 Eaton Ave. Read the […]

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In The News – Grizzlies Trumpeter Joins Elite Tour

A Fruitland Grizzlies band member is having a summer he’s certain to always remember, an adventure that was sparked by attending a one-day educational clinic in Nampa late last month. William McComb, an incoming junior who has been avidly playing trumpet in Fruitland bands since the sixth grade, has joined the Troopers Drum & Bugle […]

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In The News – Drum Corps Marching Band Makes Stop In Dubois

A marching band from Boston is traveling across the country– and made a stop in Clearfield County Tuesday. The Boston Crusaders are a drum corps of 154 people age 16 to 22. “You’ve seen high school marching bands, you’ve seen college bands, but there’s nothing quite like this over the summer,” drum major Josh Ballinger […]

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Jeff Nelsen Of Canadian Brass Visits Bluecoats Spring Training

The monotony of Spring Training was broken this weekend – the Bluecoats had visitors, lots of them. THE BLUE WAY Interactive Educational Experience brought 100 high school students to Indiana Wesleyan University to rehearse and perform alongside the 2019 Bluecoats, and Drum Corps International brought members of its executive team, board of directors, the Marching […]

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Academy Charter – Crossmen’s Official Charter Bus Company

As Crossmen Drum & Bugle Corps leaves the state of Texas for our 2019 Summer Tour, we are excited to announce our great partnership with Academy Charter. With over 30 years of business, Academy Charter is recognized as one of the most experienced ground transportation companies in the charter bus industry today. “We are extremely […]

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Cavaliers 2019 Uniform Reveal

The Cavaliers Drum & Bugle Corps is proud to present the looks for our 2019 program, The Wrong Side of the Tracks. The Cavaliers would like to extend a special thank you to Michael Cesario and the entire team at Fred J. Miller Inc. (FJM) for their unparalleled quality, exceptional service and attention to detail […]

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Blue Knights Announce 2019 Hall Of Fame Nominees

Ascend Performing Arts and the Blue Knights Drum & Bugle Corps is excited to announce the Hall of Fame nominees for the 2019 induction ceremony. The Hall of Fame is to preserve the memory of the incredible people who have made a substantial, positive impact to the Blue Knights Drum & Bugle Corps and who […]

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In The News – Fruitland Junior Earns Spot On Tour

When Fruitland Grizzlies band member William McComb attended a one-day educational clinic in Nampa late last month, he happened upon a sudden opportunity which is now transforming his entire summer. McComb, an incoming junior who has been avidly playing trumpet in Fruitland bands since the sixth grade, has joined the Troopers Drum & Bugle Corps […]

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