After the summber holidays Drum Corps United Kingdom returns this weekend (Sunday 10th September) at the Moseley Rugby Club, Birmingham with 11 units in competition. Midlands Music in Motion is a joint contest with British Youth Band Association in the morning at the same venue
After a monstrous tour Kidsgrove Scouts Drum and Bugle Corps from Staffordshire UK, finished 7th with a score of 91.73 with their production entitled Montagues and Capulets at the Drum Corps Associates World Championships, which marked the culmination of Kidsgrove Scouts 4th tour to the United States.
Tomorrow, besides the IMBA Championships in Ireland, also the German Open will take place in the Hamelner Weserberglandstadion in Hameln. The show that constists of 11 performances, is part of the European Music Games and is hosted by Starriders.
Tomorrow Kidsgrove Scouts will be setting off across to the United States for their 4th Tour to compete at the Drum Corps Associates World Championships. The Corps will be flying from London to JFK Airport in New York.
The Company won the International Class at the Drum Corps International Open Class Championships. With a score of 72.325, they scored a bit more than 7th Regiment who ended on the 8th place in the Open Class. The Vanguard Cadets won the Open Class last Tuesday 8th August with a score of 80.725.
For the 18th time in Drum Corps International's 45-year history, the Blue Devils are back atop the drum corps universe. With a score of 98.537, the most decorated of DCI's corps celebrated its 60th anniversary with a gold medal in Saturday's DCI World Championship Finals.
This year will be the 15th outdoor DCE Championships held. To celibrate this with as many friends as possible, we want to get at least 6000 friends on our official DCE Facebook page. If we have them before DCE Championships 2017, we will give all our Facebook friends a coupon to watch the DCE Video Vault for free till 29 September 2017.
Drum Corps United Kingdom is pleased to announce that it is introducing its own Hall Of Fame as a way of honouring the “legends” of the UK Drum Corps activity ensuring they are remembered for the indelible impressions they have left on the UK activity.