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Corps in 4th of July parades

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Please add to this thread where one can find drum corps in parades on Independence Day. For those in the Chicago area, you can catch The Cavaliers at 8:00 in Niles, 11:30 in Glenview, and 2:30 in Morton Grove.

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Sunrisers in Ma.at 10am  Pittsfield Ma,And   Norwood Ma.at 5;30 pm.Both parades  are telvised .Hurricanes,Marksmen ,20thCentury ,Saint Peters are all doing Pittsfield along with Sunrisers.

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Colt Cadets will be in Vernon Hills at 9AM, Skokie at Noon, and Evanston at 2PM.

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The Blue Knights will be at the Eagle Point, OR parade - starts at Eagle Point HS at 11am.

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Spirit of Atlanta will march in the Bristol, RI parade (starts at 10:30 a.m.) then head to Wakefield, MA and march in the parade there (starts at 4:30 p.m.).

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Music City will be marching in the Philadelphia Independence day parade in the morning (starts at 11) and Glenside, PA in the afternoon (4:00).

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Also, it would be great if any of you who are present at these parades post videos of your corps back in this thread.  I always enjoy seeing the many corps' July 4th performances.  Thanks!

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Cadets:

  • 08:00 - 09:00 Beverly/Beverly Farms, Mass.
  • 10:00 - 12:00 Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass
  • 04:30 - 06:30 Wafefield, Mass
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Genesis at Rhinelander at 11 am with a stand and play afterward. Then Lake Tomahawk at 2:30. 

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1 hour ago, SOA Dad said:

Spirit of Atlanta will march in the Bristol, RI parade (starts at 10:30 a.m.) then head to Wakefield, MA and march in the parade there (starts at 4:30 p.m.).

In my opinion, the two best parades in New England are Bristol (probably the best parade, period), and Wakefield. I’ll be in Wakefield for certain. 

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