Chester, PA - Wednesday, July 31, 2019


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Show Trivia: This show is in the city I grew up in and is just nine miles from Norwood, PA where an early sponsor of the Crossmen is located.  It's American Legion Post 507, aka The John Wesley C

Really nice show from Surf this year.  Big step up from the past few years.   Well done!

This statement makes no sense.  I was at the show. No clue what weather they were talking about. I’m assuming the turf may have taken on some rain earlier in the day, but there was no change in the we

3 minutes ago, barigirl78 said:

We saw the stadium people inspecting the turf during the intermission. Then Boston pushes in their big props and I bet the decision was made right then. 

Honestly, I’ve been thinking it was just a matter of time before a stadium balks at allowing big heavy props to damage their field. 

It seems like DCI may move to another stadium next year if that is the case.

I am bummed out for everyone at this show. I understand why DCI has their ticket policies, but in this type of instance I wish the organization would least give the audience some type of reimbursement. 

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8 minutes ago, ndrudy2013 said:

Talen stadium officials are saying the corps are ruining the field with there props so stand still only

It is a professional soccer stadium in the middle of soccer season.  Could you imagine if one of the players trips on a divot during the next home game and damages something?

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2 minutes ago, pbeau said:

Sounds like the last of the Chester show.

Nice job, YEA

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1 minute ago, Hook'emCavies said:

It seems like DCI may move to another stadium next year if that is the case.

I am bummed out for everyone at this show. I understand why DCI has their ticket policies, but in this type of instance I wish the organization would least give the audience some type of reimbursement. 

I think they should get their money back from Talen

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7 minutes ago, barigirl78 said:

We saw the stadium people inspecting the turf during the intermission. Then Boston pushes in their big props and I bet the decision was made right then. 

Honestly, I’ve been thinking it was just a matter of time before a stadium balks at allowing big heavy props to damage their field. 

Jim has been saying the same thing. 

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The worst of it is that being so close to Indy every show is important to corps who are close and fighting it out, and you lose an opportunity to compete.  You spend all the time and energy and then a standstill.  

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3 minutes ago, barigirl78 said:

It is a professional soccer stadium in the middle of soccer season.  Could you imagine if one of the players trips on a divot during the next home game and damages something?

Divot?  Isn’t it turf?

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