The registration period for the 2018 DCE European Championships has been closed.
It is with great pleasure that we invite the European drum corps to register for the European Championships, Kerkrade September 29th 2018.
The board of DCE, the partners of DCE and the initiators Rob van Koningshoven and Bert van Maaren have come to a joint agreement to continue the European Drum Corps Association under the name of Drum Corps Europe. The new board of the association recognizes the desired need of participants to have a voice in the way the European drum corps activity needs to develop.
This week the board of DCE had a meeting with Rob van Koningshoven and Bert van Maaren, initiators of a new European organisation. It was a very constructive meeting in which DCE made all assets available to help them and make the transition to a new organization as smooth as possible. None of the current board members will be active in the new board of directors.
The Company came out on top after a thrilling Premier Class finals night in Kerkrade.
The Company Performance Ensemble are the Drum Corps United Kingdom Open Class Champions and Concord AllStars achieved prime position to be crowned Junior Class Champions in the 38th British Drum Corps Championships
Drum Corps Europe created 21 frames to adjust your Facebook profile picture to show your involvement with DCE European Championships 2017. For all the corps we have created a frame that you can use. Also one general frame has been created.
The 2017 British Drum Corps Championships are now less than two days away, and they have some exciting news from their on-line video portal - UK Fan Network. This Saturday they will be live from the Select Security Stadium in Widnes, bringing you a full day of Drum Corps to your homes, for free! DCUK and UKFN are excited to be able to bring you another live webcast - only this year we’re bigger and better.
Drum Corps United Kingdom are pleased to announce its Hall of Fame as a way of honouring the legends of the activity ensuring they are remembered for the impressions they have left.
The original vehicle for recognising the great work of individuals and their contributions to the Drum Corps Activity was the DCUK Fellowship, which began in 1985 and since 18 people have been honoured and they have automatically been inducted into the new Hall of Fame