Drum Corps International Performs in Little Rock July 24

Drum Corps International Performs in Little Rock July 24

Tickets are $25 for War Memorial Stadium show.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - The Drum Corps International Tour marches into town on July 24th.

It's the third year in a row the show has stopped in Little Rock.

Tickets are $25 for the performance at War Memorial Stadium. Click here to buy tickets in advance. They can also be purchased at the stadium box office on the day of the event but will cost $5 more.

If you go, you'll see the top World and Open Class competitions. Watch the attached video for a sneak peek.

Performance schedule (listed in reverse order):
  • Bluecoats - Canton, OH
  • The Cavaliers - Rosemont, IL
  • Boston Crusaders - Boston, MA
  • Crossmen - San Antonio, TX
  • Blue Knights - Denver, CO
  • The Academy - Tempe, AZ
  • Pacific Crest - Diamond Bar, CA
  • Genesis - Edinburg, TX
Click here to view the complete 2013 DCI Tour schedule.

Click here to view all 2013 scores and recaps.

Drum Corps International (DCI) was started more than 30 years ago and has developed into a powerful, nonprofit, global youth activity with far-reaching artistic, educational and organizational influence.

Touching lives around the world:
  • Drum Corps International delivers the message of "excellence in performance and in life" to more than 7.2 million young people, ages 13-22 involved in performing arts in the United States
  • Active participants in U.S.-based drum and bugle corps hail from more than 15 countries
  • The annual Drum Corps International Tour is made up of more than 100 events throughout North America
  • Each summer, some 400,000 fans attend live drum corps events
Showcasing the best of the best:
  • Each year, more than 8,000 students audition for the fewer than 3,500 positions available in top-tier DCI member corps
  • More than 5,000 members directly participate annually
  • 66 percent are male
  • Average age is 19.4
  • 72 percent are full-time college students
  • 59.6 percent of the current college students are pursuing music education degrees, while 65 percent of those that indicated they are high school students intend to major in music education

Click here for more information.

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