Cascadia

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About Cascadia

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    DCP Rookie
  • Birthday November 12

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  • Your Drum Corps Experience
    Seattle Cascades 2018, 2019
  • Your Favorite Corps
    Santa Clara Vanguard, Seattle Cascades
  • Your Favorite All Time Corps Performance (Any)
    SCV 2016, Seattle Cascades 2017-18, Colts 2014, Oregon Crusader 2014
  • Your Favorite Drum Corps Season
    2014, 2016, 2017, and 2018
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Oregon

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  1. As of now in terms of drum corps: First stadium you performed in: McKenzie Stadium, Evergreen HS, Vancouver, WA Last stadium you performed in: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN Best stadium you performed in: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, GA Worst stadium you performed in: Rehobeth HS, Rehobeth, AL
  2. For more talk about corps below the top-15 in all sections from the DCI website to flomarching to even DCP
  3. It is likely that DCI's website is just screwed up. Both DCI and Battalion have announced that Battalion will be in Indianapolis this year. Kidsgrove Scouts aren't listed for any shows either even though DCI and Kidgrove have announced a 2020 DCI Tour. Beeches isn't listed for Indy either even though they've previously announced their participation. Many shows are still TBD. I choose to believe the announcements from individual corps and DCI's news articles then a half finished schedule. Sources: Battalion, Beeches, and Kidsgrove in Indy: https://www.dci.org/news/2020-drum-corps-i
  4. Shoutout to Battalion for arriving in Indy for the first time, BDB for returning to Indy, and Kidgrove and Beeches for hopping the pond this coming season. Super excited to see how this tour is coming together. On a more personal side, Cascades is attending more shows than last year which is exciting to say the least.
  5. The article says St. Louis is Sunday the 12th. I was just commenting on how a lineup of SCV, BK, Mandarins, Academy, Troopers, Genesis, and Cascades is a pretty standard lineup for Denver
  6. The same article said the full schedule will be released on Wednesday, November 20th Don't forget that this is a usual lineup for Denver. 2019 was an odd year with Cadets, Crossmen, and Genesis attending. It is also likely that the Denver show will be the day before on Saturday as the St. Louis show is a Sunday.
  7. What We Know: Based on a recent article posted on DCI's website today (https://www.dci.org/news/2020-dci-tour-will-return-to-st-louis-dome), DCI will return to the Dome At America's Center in St. Louis, MO on Sunday July 12, and feature "A huge lineup of World Class corps is slated to compete including the Blue Devils, Blue Stars, Bluecoats, Boston Crusaders, Cadets, Carolina Crown, Cavaliers, Colts, Crossmen, Jersey Surf, Madison Scouts, Music City, Pacific Crest, Phantom Regiment and Spirit of Atlanta. They will additionally be joined by Open Class groups Legends, Colt Cadets and Shadow
  8. Phenom, a Soundsport group run by the parent organization of The Academy announced they applied for Open Class. This is found under the "History" section of their website, "In 2020, Phenom has applied for Open Class status in Drum Corps International, and upon final approval early in 2020, the ensemble will compete as an Open Class competitive unit." I took a look at some other Soundsport groups to see if any were joining or applying for Open Class and found: Appalachian Gold - No Announcement Arsenal - No Announcement Compass - No Announcement (side-note, they have on
  9. Cascades will hopefully have a larger turnout this year, we're offering satellite camps in Los Angeles, St. Louis, Dallas, and Portland!
  10. Except for the Open Class CA shows that happen until late July, this is pretty much it
  11. This seems like such a trivial issue though, there are plenty of ways to work around this. Saturday and Sunday for All-Age, Monday and Tuesday for Open Class, Thursday through Saturday for World Championships for example. If the biggest issue here is a morning finals then is there really an issue? It may not be the most universally liked decision but DCI is the largest drum corps circuit in the world currently. No other circuit whether it be DCA, DCE, DCJ, or even the new Drum Corps Asia has had the reach and scope DCI has had these past few years, DCI remains the largest circuit for drum corp
  12. Coming from someone mainly involved in the DCI side of things, at this point why doesn't DCA and DCI merge or DCI expands the "All-Age" Class and allows those units to participate in DCI Championships. For example host the All-Age Prelims the morning of Open Class Prelims and All-Age Finals the morning of Open Class Finals. Then allow all 3 classes (4 if International Class is in use) to compete at World Championships. Of course the DCA season runs longer into August and September than the DCI season so there would have to be some adjustment on the part of the DCA corps but it allows All-Age c
  13. BD SCV Bluecoats Boston Crusaders or Carolina Crown The other one The Cavaliers Blue Stars Blue Knights Mandarins The Cadets Crossmen Spirit of Atlanta Phantom Regiment Pacific Crest The Academy Colts Madison Scouts Troopers Genesis Music City Spartans Jersey Surf Seattle Cascades Gold Legends Louisiana Stars
  14. Might as well throw in my take for fun Bluecoats Blue Devils Santa Clara Vanguard Boston Crusaders Carolina Crown Cadets Cavaliers Blue Stars Blue Knights Phantom Regiment Mandarins Spirit of Atlanta Crossmen Madison Scouts The Academy Colts Troopers Music City Pacific Crest Gold Spartans Seattle Cascades Legends Genesis Jersey Surf Guardians 7th Regiment Southwind Louisiana Stars River City Rhythm Go
  15. They asked for show music, this is Cascade's source music for this year