Legendary Drum Corps Shows: Nominations

Halftime Magazine is writing a feature story about the Most Legendary Drum Corps Shows (focusing on the years since the formation of Drum Corps International). We would love to hear your feedback, which may be included in the article. This is your chance to tell the world which drum corps had the most legendary show ever–not necessarily who was the best champion.

Which DCI show made you jump out of your seat as you observed the most amazing drill move? Which performance held you captive as you listened to the most beautiful musical arrangement? Or was there a show where you witnessed something you had never seen or heard before from the field that had you talking about it years later? Or which show made a lasting impact on the entire drum corps movement?

Nominate your favorite legendary DCI show of all time online in the comments section of this page or by clicking here to “Contact Us” with subject line, “Legendary Drum Corps Shows.”

Comments must be posted and emails sent by June 15, 2010, to be considered. Then read the winners’ list in our July/August 2010 issue.

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