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  1. 2015 SKYLINERS - 70th Anniversary TRADITION! BE A PART OF THE NEXT CHAPTER OF THIS LEGENDARY CORPS! The 2015 Skyliners' Open House Saturday, November 22, 2014 - 12:00 - 6:00 P.M. Location: Wyoming Valley West High School 150 Wadham Street, Plymouth, PA 18651 Directions: http://www.americantowns.com/pa/plymouth/venues/wyoming-valley-west-high-school For more information, contact Adam Burdett, Director of Recruitment at info@marchsky.org Website: http://www.MARCHSKY.org Skyliners 2015 Interest FaceBook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/712736618762089/
  2. 2015 SKYLINERS - 70th Anniversary TRADITION! BE A PART OF THE NEXT CHAPTER OF THIS LEGENDARY CORPS! The 2015 Skyliners' Open House Saturday, November 22, 2014 - 12:00 - 6:00 P.M. Location: Wyoming Valley West High School 150 Wadham Street, Plymouth, PA 18651 Directions: http://www.americantowns.com/pa/plymouth/venues/wyoming-valley-west-high-school For more information, contact Adam Burdett, Director of Recruitment at info@marchsky.org Website: http://www.MARCHSKY.org Skyliners 2015 Interest FaceBook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/712736618762089/
  3. This Flag Corps in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is an independent winter guard-color guard unit. We are looking for Flag Corps Instructors (Christian preferred) full-time or part-time for the year-round season. pay, opportunity for year-round position. Instructors needed for the following Flag Corps divisions: Flag Corps Alumni – Ages – 23 to 60 Flag Corps Team A – Ages 16 to 22 Flag Corps Team B – Ages 11 to 15 Flag Corps C – Ages 5 - 10 Practice is Sundays from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Must have BOA or WGI or Drum and Bugle Corps or DCI or DCA or TIA experience. Please send resume to androb22@hotmail.com
  4. Color Guard Flag Spinners Needed. The Flag Corps is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It is an independent unit. Our season is year-round for practices, performance events/shows, parades, and competitions. Practice is Sundays, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Color Guard Flag Spinners Needed for the following Team divisions: Flag Corps Alumni – Ages – 23 to 60 Flag Corps Team A – Ages 16 to 22 Flag Corps Team B – Ages 11 to 15 Flag Corps C – Ages 5 - 10 Please additional information and/or registration, please email androb22@hotmail.
  5. 2015 SKYLINERS - 70th Anniversary TRADITION! BE A PART OF THE NEXT CHAPTER OF THIS LEGENDARY CORPS! The 2015 Skyliners' Open Houses will be held on Saturday, November 22nd and Saturday, November 29th. Location To Be Announced Shortly. For More Information, Contact Adam Burdett, Director of Recruitment at info@marchsky.org Website: http://www.MARCHSKY.org Skyliners 2015 Interest FaceBook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/712736618762089/
  6. 2015 SKYLINERS - 70th Anniversary TRADITION! BE A PART OF THE NEXT CHAPTER OF THIS LEGENDARY CORPS! The 2015 Skyliners' Open Houses will be held on Saturday, November 22nd and Saturday, November 29th. Location To Be Announced Shortly. For More Information, Contact Adam Burdett, Director of Recruitment at info@marchsky.org Website: http://www.MARCHSKY.org Skyliners 2015 Interest FaceBook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/712736618762089/
  7. What open corps would be good to start off with? (Closer to florida)
  8. I'm entering my senior year of high school and by the end of this marching season I will have had 4 years on flag and 2 on rifle and saber. I have never been in a winter guard, but am searching for one for this winter. I know I have a lot of practicing to do to make a world class corps. My long term goal is to be in Phantom Regiment, but obviously my chances of making that this year are slim to none. What is a good corps to audition for my first year? I will probably audition for Phantom anyway for the experience. I live in Wisconsin, but I can't bring myself to do Pioneer. Also, given that move ins are in May and school doesn't end till June here, how did you guys handle that? I'm taking all AP classes senior year, so I should be in the clear since I will have already taken exams, correct? Lastly, any overall tips? (:
  9. August 9, 2014. The Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps is scheduled to compete at the local Drum Corps Associates show in Scranton, Pennsylvania on Saturday, August 16th. The Skyliners are now based in the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton area and rehearse at Wyoming Valley West High School in Plymouth, Pennsylvania. Therefore, the DCA show being held at Scranton High School Stadium, 63 Mike Munchak Drive in Scranton, is very much our “home show.” Further, the Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps are proud to welcome Joey Pero, Buglers Hall of Fame Member and Trumpet Player Extraordinaire, to spend the upcoming Scranton, Pennsylvania weekend with them (August 16 – 17, 2014). We invite local band members, directors and staff members to come on out and see what has been happening in the Valley, and enjoy our 2014 show - “A New Dawn, a New Day”. We also look forward to seeing many New York Skyliner Alumni at this show. New York Skyliner Alumni continue to attend shows and march in the American Section to support the field corps, and the Skyliners have been warmly welcomed back by other DCA corps and administration as well. As the Skyliners’ first season back in competition comes to the mid-season, our return has been a great success in many ways. After their Bridgeport, Connecticut DCA performance, the Skyliners also competed at the July 19th Secaucus, New Jersey, the July 26th Downingtown, Pennsylvania and Lawrenceville Township, New Jersey shows. In addition to an entertaining performance which begins in traditional fashion on the starting line in a company front, and includes some traditional Skyliner moves and melodies, scores are improving as we expect they would. Plans for the 2015 DCA season are already underway as the Skyliners will continue building this legendary drum and bugle corps into the future! A 2015 Open House announcement should not be too far behind! To find out more about the Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps, keep up-to-date with us via our website, http://www.Sky2014.org, or the Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/skylinersdbc. For those interested in marching this summer or joining us in 2015, contact us at info@marchsky.org for membership information.
  10. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 9, 2014. The Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps is scheduled to compete at the local Drum Corps Associates show in Scranton, Pennsylvania on Saturday, August 16th. The Skyliners are now based in the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton area and rehearse at Wyoming Valley West High School in Plymouth, Pennsylvania. Therefore, the DCA show being held at Scranton High School Stadium, 63 Mike Munchak Drive in Scranton, is very much our “home show.” Further, the Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps are proud to welcome Joey Pero, Buglers Hall of Fame Member and Trumpet Player Extraordinaire, to spend the upcoming Scranton, Pennsylvania weekend with them (August 16 – 17, 2014). We invite local band members, directors and staff members to come on out and see what has been happening in the Valley, and enjoy our 2014 show - “A New Dawn, a New Day”. We also look forward to seeing many New York Skyliner Alumni at this show. New York Skyliner Alumni continue to attend shows and march in the American Section to support the field corps, and the Skyliners have been warmly welcomed back by other DCA corps and administration as well. As the Skyliners’ first season back in competition comes to the mid-season, our return has been a great success in many ways. After their Bridgeport, Connecticut DCA performance, the Skyliners also competed at the July 19th Secaucus, New Jersey, the July 26th Downingtown, Pennsylvania and Lawrenceville Township, New Jersey shows. In addition to an entertaining performance which begins in traditional fashion on the starting line in a company front, and includes some traditional Skyliner moves and melodies, scores are improving as we expect they would. Plans for the 2015 DCA season are already underway as the Skyliners will continue building this legendary drum and bugle corps into the future! A 2015 Open House announcement should not be too far behind! To find out more about the Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps, keep up-to-date with us via our website, http://www.Sky2014.org, or the Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/skylinersdbc. For those interested in marching this summer or joining us in 2015, contact us at info@marchsky.org for membership information.
  11. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 9, 2014. The Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps is scheduled to compete at the local Drum Corps Associates show in Scranton, Pennsylvania on Saturday, August 16th. The Skyliners are now based in the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton area and rehearse at Wyoming Valley West High School in Plymouth, Pennsylvania. Therefore, the DCA show being held at Scranton High School Stadium, 63 Mike Munchak Drive in Scranton, is very much our “home show.” Further, the Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps are proud to welcome Joey Pero, Buglers Hall of Fame Member and Trumpet Player Extraordinaire, to spend the upcoming Scranton, Pennsylvania weekend with them (August 16 – 17, 2014). We invite local band members, directors and staff members to come on out and see what has been happening in the Valley, and enjoy our 2014 show - “A New Dawn, a New Day”. We also look forward to seeing many New York Skyliner Alumni at this show. New York Skyliner Alumni continue to attend shows and march in the American Section to support the field corps, and the Skyliners have been warmly welcomed back by other DCA corps and administration as well. As the Skyliners’ first season back in competition comes to the mid-season, our return has been a great success in many ways. After their Bridgeport, Connecticut DCA performance, the Skyliners also competed at the July 19th Secaucus, New Jersey, the July 26th Downingtown, Pennsylvania and Lawrenceville Township, New Jersey shows. In addition to an entertaining performance which begins in traditional fashion on the starting line in a company front, and includes some traditional Skyliner moves and melodies, scores are improving as we expect they would. Plans for the 2015 DCA season are already underway as the Skyliners will continue building this legendary drum and bugle corps into the future! A 2015 Open House announcement should not be too far behind! To find out more about the Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps, keep up-to-date with us via our website, http://www.Sky2014.org, or the Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/skylinersdbc. For those interested in marching this summer or joining us in 2015, contact us at info@marchsky.org for membership information.
  12. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 9, 2014. The Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps is scheduled to compete at the local Drum Corps Associates show in Scranton, Pennsylvania on Saturday, August 16th. The Skyliners are now based in the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton area and rehearse at Wyoming Valley West High School in Plymouth, Pennsylvania. Therefore, the DCA show being held at Scranton High School Stadium, 63 Mike Munchak Drive in Scranton, is very much our “home show.” Further, the Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps are proud to welcome Joey Pero, Buglers Hall of Fame Member and Trumpet Player Extraordinaire, to spend the upcoming Scranton, Pennsylvania weekend with them (August 16 – 17, 2014). We invite local band members, directors and staff members to come on out and see what has been happening in the Valley, and enjoy our 2014 show - “A New Dawn, a New Day”. We also look forward to seeing many New York Skyliner Alumni at this show. New York Skyliner Alumni continue to attend shows and march in the American Section to support the field corps, and the Skyliners have been warmly welcomed back by other DCA corps and administration as well. As the Skyliners’ first season back in competition comes to the mid-season, our return has been a great success in many ways. After their Bridgeport, Connecticut DCA performance, the Skyliners also competed at the July 19th Secaucus, New Jersey, the July 26th Downingtown, Pennsylvania and Lawrenceville Township, New Jersey shows. In addition to an entertaining performance which begins in traditional fashion on the starting line in a company front, and includes some traditional Skyliner moves and melodies, scores are improving as we expect they would. Plans for the 2015 DCA season are already underway as the Skyliners will continue building this legendary drum and bugle corps into the future! A 2015 Open House announcement should not be too far behind! To find out more about the Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps, keep up-to-date with us via our website, http://www.Sky2014.org, or the Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/skylinersdbc. For those interested in marching this summer or joining us in 2015, contact us at info@marchsky.org for membership information.
  13. Hey, I was thinking about trying out for the colts. I know they aren't finalist but I would still like to be there working hard in order to get the desired result. However, since they arent a high ranking corps I was wondering if their guard would be a challenge for me.(im tossing 5's and 6's)
  14. This Flag Corps in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is an independent winter guard-color guard unit. We are looking for a Flag Corps Caption Head (Christian preferred) full-time or part-time for the year-round season. pay, opportunity for year-round position. Must have BOA or WGI or Drum and Bugle Corps or DCI or DCA experience. Please send resume to androb22@hotmail.com.
  15. The George N. Parks Drum Major Academy© is still accepting registrations for the "SUPER DMA" Color Guard Track at the Univ. of Massachusetts location in Amherst, MA from July 27 – July 31st. Students will experience a variety of activities that will build color guard skills as well as leadership skills. They will attend leadership sessions with Dr. Tim Lautzenheiser, dance master-classes with a WGI adjudicator, along with equipment master-classes with the color guard director for the University of Delaware and WGI A-Class Finalist group Delazure. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity. Time is running out! Register now! www.drummajor.org
  16. SKYLINERS COMPETING AT DCA BRIDGEPORT, CT SHOW! =================================================== Returning to the field of competition. Saturday, June 28th, 2014 ~ 7:00 P.M. Kennedy Stadium 1 Lincoln Blvd. Bridgeport CT 06604 http://www.dcacorps.org/?page_id=21&event_id=137 We will be rehearsing at Seaside Park in Bridgeport from 9:00 am until approximately 3:00 pm on Saturday. Hope to see everyone there! To find out more about the Skyliners Drum & Bugle corps, keep up-to-date with us via our website, http://www.Sky2014.org, or the Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/skylinersdbc. For those interested in marching this summer, it is not too late! Contact us at join@sky2014.org.
  17. ROTC Toronto, ROTC Dallas and Flaggots Ohio will all be appearing this Sunday in Toronto at World Pride! For further updates go to www.rotctoronto.com or like us on Facebook! Come out and cheer us on!
  18. Akron Cinecast Review Let’s start off with some disclaimers. I’m a guard person, and I’m much more active in the winter than in the summer. I have no musical training, so I can’t comment much on brass or percussion. I mostly watched the color guard and overall visual effect. With that out of the way, here we go. Cavaliers: I just could not get into this show because of the cheesiness factor. My guess is this show looks and feels much different under the lights, because during the day it felt comical and forced from the guard. The guard characterization was not right for me – I know that’s what they were given, but as an overall concept I think it was wrong. Also, didn’t Crossmen do this a few years back? Positively, the marimba feature is awesome. I enjoyed the drill; lots of visual impact and some clean moments from a guard perspective. The guard relies heavily on the 8 weapon boys – kind of obvious that there are some flag members that are struggling. Cavies have a high upside with their visual, but there needs to be a more mature vibe from the color guard. Scouts: The commentators nailed it at the end of the performance: what was the significance of the actor who walks from one corner to the other corner, does a tumbling routine, and then show’s over? I know this characterization will be added in, but they’ve created so many moments around him that to not explain him or his role was criminal. They even had a show designer talking about the show who made no mention of it. I like the progression from black and white to psychedelic. The guard has a lot to clean and clarify, but I was underwhelmed by vocabulary and impact. Another reviewer said there weren’t a lot of impact moments, and I agree. What’s memorable about this show? Corps proper uniforms weren’t impressive, but the guard looked good. Overall, I would have put them last tonight. Boston: Okay, I liked this show, and I’m trying to separate bias. Michael Lentz show design is all over this production, and it’s obviously something new to DCI, let alone Boston. The corps struggled through their first performance. The visual demand is sky-high, and achievement is way behind. BAC has so much work ahead of them to clean up visually. That said, I love the moments. I am familiar with Lentz’s style in the winter, and it’s clear they went visual first (as opposed to Bluecoats/Scouts music first). The guard personifies the show, and I thought they struggled to meet a high-demand show. Weapons probably had the most drops of all corps. The last minute or two of work still needs to be filled in. But again, I like this show. I didn’t need a storyline, and clearly they know where their moments are. I thought they should have been closer to Cavies, but obviously a lot of dirt to be cleaned and filled in. I am looking forward to seeing where this show is at the end of July. Phantom: Totally opposite from Boston in terms of readability and cleanliness. This is probably my favorite PR production in sometime. Clear storyline that’s not totally hokey. PR’s guard puts a lot of emphasis on clean, readable work; although to me it looked like harder work than last year. They need to work on some of the transition stuff, especially uniform changes because it was just way too forced instead of an impactful change. The music was very enjoyable, and complimented the visual. PR has a history of adding onto their visual over the summer, so I look forward to the additions. As it stands now, they just look safe. Solidly middle of the finalist pack, and only ahead because of clarity. Very similar to last year, and I could see them getting passed by a corps or three. The white guard costumes were correct, but not totally flattering to the girls. Characterization was spot on – they expressed themselves wonderfully and believably. My favorite moment might have been the wing-flapping free arms under a toss. I’m not sure what more beef can be added to this show, so it will really be up to other corps to see if they can catch up to PR’s polished show. Cadets: I saw their run-through they posted as a live feed, so I spent a lot of time watching my friend who was featured in a lot of parts. Great overall show, and felt more traditional than the corps around them. Music was great as I love Copland. Guard was performing at a high level. I am wondering about the costume changes and hoping that adds more to the visual program. I don’t really like the blue costumes – they don’t seem to be the right shade to evoke Americana and lore. My other big criticism was the long phrases of ensemble work. I wanted to see something a little more interesting instead of the whole guard spinning the same work. That style is great for an effect, but after a while loses its luster. I see why the corps is winning; there is not a down section of the show. But I do struggle to come up with a memorable or signature moment besides the ending, which is mostly memorable for being a big musical hit. I could see this show leveling off and falling out of a medal. Crown: This was a hard show for me to consider. At times, the show was championship caliber – pushing boundaries, creating amazing visual impact, and interesting and entertaining music. But, there were also moments of nothing – no impact, no emotion, and using props/equipment just to be using props/equipment. And so I am not sure if I like this show or not. I don’t think the trampolines add much – there wasn’t anything super cool being done with them. I liked the Frisbees, but did not like the hoops the guard danced with. I hated the guard costumes – looked very high school and not like mature performers (exception: the face mask was interesting). If Crown can resolve the dead portions of their show and eliminate some of the cheesiness I would be much more on board. A lot of high achievement from the guard, but the costumes made them look young. I had similar feelings about the corps proper uniforms – I think it makes the corps look short (or maybe it was a bad camera angle). There’s a lot to play around with in this show, so I am looking forward to seeing where the show evolves. Bluecoats: Another show where I spent a lot of time looking for my friend in the guard. As an aside, I have no idea how the DCI judges stay focused for the whole show. There’s a lot of tenacity there. Back to Bloo, this show was great, but still a step behind Crown/Cadets. The problem with moving up in the rankings is you have to knock someone out, and I’m not sure if they can dislodge Crown/Cadets/BD for a medalist spot. The programming was great – I really enjoy the concept of tilt with the props and the altered field. One example – when the guard spins around the perimeter, it’s a great effect as opposed to when Madison did it which looked thin and too spread out. I appreciate a lot of the nuance, but I think they need to dial it up to take a crack at the corps above them. I love where the show is going so I hope they can pull it off.
  19. SUNRISERS--- A few positions still available. Jump on board now to get into the production before our first show in Wayne, NJ on July 12th! Thanks to an anonymous donation from an alumnus of the Sunrisers, the corps is currently offering several $500 scholarships for new members. The scholarships are being offered specifically for bass drum, lead trumpet, baritone, tuba and guard positions. This is a fantastic opportunity for those who would like to participate this year! These scholarships will be awarded at the conclusion of the DCA Championships over Labor Day Weekend in Rochester, NY. Now is the time to jump in to take advantage of this opportunity. Please contact the Executive Director, Larry Visconti at suncorps@hotmail.com with your interest. The Long Island Sunrisers Drum & Bugle Corps is an all-age field-competitive Corps participating in Drum Corps Associates. Founded in 1954, the Sunrisers have a proud history of innovation and excellence, resulting in the garnering of Seven Drum Corps Associates circuit championship titles, (1977-1978, 1982-1983, 1987-1988, and 2007 Class A) an American Legion Championship (1968) and dozens of appearances at DCA finals since 1966.
  20. Centurions Camp Weekend this Saturday and Sunday April 26th and 27th! The Centurions will be holding their first outdoor rehearsal of the season this weekend. We will be learning the drill for the opener of our 2014 program "The Journey." The show consists of Fountains of Rome, March Slav, The Young Prince and the Young Princess from Scheherazade, and Bacchanale from Samson and Delilah. We have a few openings left to fill for two soprano/trumpets, two baritones, as well as select spots in battery, pit, and guard. The Centurions offer one of the lowest dues of any competing drum corps as well as a reasonable schedule, we rehearse every Saturday (starting May 10th) and only one Sunday per month. We have a hard working membership and staff that has been involved in drum corps at all levels...we are all striving to put out the best possible product we can! If you have limited funds or time commitiments due to work/school, we may be the corps for you! When: Saturday 4/26, 12:00-10:00pm; Sunday 4/27, 12:00-5:00pm Where: Enrico Fermi High School, 124 N. Maple St., Enfield, CT 06082 Map/Directions For more information, send a message or contact Nick Yaworski at nyaworski@sbcglobal.net Take the "Journey" with us this summer!
  21. Hello DCP Community, My name is Justin Wilkins I am in my fourth and age out year with the Blue Stars Color guard, The past three years that I have spent with the Blue Stars have been the most inspiring, challenging, and overall greatest years of my life. The organization means so much to me for it has not only made me a stronger performer but a stronger, well rounded person. To let you know a little more about myself I am full time and senior student at Columbia College Chicago studying Arts, Entertainment, and Media Management with a concentration in touring and producing live music. With my degree and my love for the life of living on the road my future career goal is to be a tour manager for a performing artist. Going on tour not only gives me the wonderful experience of drum corps but also experience that can help me in my future career goals. Aside from attending school full time I also a coach the Lake Park High School color guard in Roselle, Illinois. Who just finished their 2014 winter season finishing 24th in Scholastic A. On top of school tuition and rent it is becoming very difficult for myself to make payments for my age out summer. This why I am reaching out to you for any help you could possibly offer. After 3 years of hard work, passion, and dedication I could not explain how much this corps and activity has truly left an impact on my life. Which is why I cannot simply let myself miss out on what is expected to be the most rewarding, emotional, and unforgettable summer yet. I completely understand that times are difficult for everyone but I cannot stress enough that any donation regardless of how big or small is more than appreciated. I cannot do this without your help. Finis Coronat Opus; The end crowns the work. I understand that my post is not a discussion topic that is typically posted on this site. I am desperate in finding any funds that I possibly can so I can march my age out summer. When I say anything is appreciated I mean ANYTHING. If you are interested there are a couple of ways to sponsor a member. With the chance that I receive any donations from this site in order to prevent flooding the office with invoices I have made a GoFundMe account (http://www.gofundme.com/8ay9m0). It is understandable if you don't want to donate through this site but is just an easier option for the office as well as for me to keep track of what is being donated. 1) A direct sponsorship By sending a check to: Blue Stars P.O. Box 2523 La Crosse, WI 54602-2523 **While writing the check please be sure to put Justin Wilkins Sponsorship in the Memo/For line. ** 2) By Credit Card Visit: http://shop.bluestars.org/member-tuition-payments/member-tuition-payment/ (Enter the amount you want donate for dues in the "Quantity" field.) 3) Via telephone Call the office at 608-782-3219 to pay via credit card. Thank you for your time. Justin Wilkins
  22. The Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps is very excited with the outstanding membership and the extraordinary team that we have put together for their return to the field of competition for the 2014 season. Our 2014 show, entitled "A New Dawn, A New Day". consists of "Feelin' Good", "Blue Skies", "It Ain't Necessarily So", "'Round Midnight", and we close with "Caravan". It is sure to be a crowd pleaser. If you LOVE TO PERFORM AND ENTERTAIN and want to be part of a high velocity, intensity-packed brass and percussion-driven marching program, the Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps is the place for you! Stop down at our next rehearsal and see what the Skyliners are all about! Date/Time: Saturday, March 29th – 2:00 – 8:00 P.M. Full Corps Sunday, March 30th – 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 P.M. Full Corps Location: Wyoming Valley West High School 150 Wadham Street, Plymouth, PA 18651 Keep up-to-date with us via our website, http://www.Sky2014.org, or the Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/skylinersdbc. For more information, please contact us atjoin@sky2014.org. Be a part of it – BE SKY!
  23. City Sound Drum & Bugle Corps would like to invite you to our 2014 Color Guard Workshop SUNDAY MARCH 23, 2014 9 AM to 5 PM Our rehearsals will be at: CSU DOMINGUEZ HILLS (meet for registration in Parking Lot 4A) 1000 E Victoria St Carson, CA 90747 City Sound will be competing in the DCI Open Class Division and will be appearing at the following shows: June 27 - Oceanside, CA June 28 - Glendora, CA June 29 - Riverside, CA July 5 - Sacramento, CA July 6 - Pleasant Hill, CA July 12 - Laguna Hills, CA July 13 - Bellflower, CA (More performances to be added) If you want to grow as a color guard performer and have fun join us for what looks to be a very fun summer! Invite your friends! For more information contact: Bobby Vega vegabobby@yahoo.com www.City-Sound.org