We hope you will consider joining us for our 18th annual Husky Day of Marching Percussion on Saturday, August 25th, To find out more information and to register, please visit the Husky Day of Marching Percussion page. The online application process for high school bands wishing to participate in the 66th Annual University of Washington Band Day is now open! For more information, please visit the Band Day Application Page. On behalf of the entire Husky Band family, we are thrilled to announce the selection of Pasco native, JaZee Griffith, as our Feature Twirler for the upcoming season.
Congratulations and welcome to our family, JaZee! Bands of America Regional Championships are complete championships and educational events in their own right, not qualifying events for the Grand National Championships. Up to 34 bands perform in preliminary competition with 10 bands advancing to the evening Finals. Events that do not have 18 bands enrolled by May 15 are subject to cancellation by BOA.
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Amounts will be communicated in your Acknowledgement Mailing. Bands of America Super Regionals offer enhanced two-day regional events at world-class venues, second only to the Grand Nationals experience. For the last several years, Music for All has experienced an increased demand for participation in our Super Regional Championships, particularly the San Antonio Super Regional.
We have a responsibility to provide access for as many bands as possible to our Bands of America Championships. In order to provide the opportunity for more bands to participate, an updated format for will allow for an increased maximum of 80 bands at the Super Regionals, utilizing two judging panels for preliminary competition.
Prelims will take place over two days, with a maximum of 50 bands on Friday, 30 bands on Saturday, and Finals Saturday evening. The judging responsibilities for Super Regionals will be divided into A and B panels, alternating between blocks.
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The Handbook will be released by May If there are 45 or more bands enrolled at a Super Regional, 14 bands regardless of classification will advance to finals. If there are less than 45 bands, 12 bands regardless of classification will advance to finals. Judging Format Change for Grand Nationals. Fifty bands perform in each of the two separate Prelims contests Thursday and Friday , balanced with like numbers of bands from each class.
For fall , judging responsibilities will be divided into A and B panels, alternating between blocks, per day. A minimum of 30 bands then advance to Semi-Finals with a formula that ensures inclusion of representatives of each of the four classes and the top scoring bands from the two separate Prelims contests and the overall event. Bands do not have to enroll in a Regional Championship to enroll in Grand Nationals.
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All events are open on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration is complete once an application form has been submitted, a consent form signed and submitted by the band director and school principal, and the Participation Cooperative enrollment Fee has been paid. You can complete your application online, with the option to pay online with a credit card, or offline with a check.
Regardless of payment method, payment MUST be postmarked by the January 31 deadline for your application to be considered complete and eligible for the initial random draw. Online applications will still require a consent form. Your administrator indicated in your online application will receive an online consent form by email immediately upon submission of your online application. A complete registration consists of an application, a consent form, and payment. Paper applications must include the signed consent form on page 1 of the paper application and payment credit card or check only to be considered complete.
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No purchase orders will be accepted as a method of payment to complete registrations. Complete registrations received on or before the designated postmark date of January 31 are eligible for the initial random draw. After January 31, performance times, if available, will be based on the postmark of application, with the earlier postmark receiving the later performance time. A complete registration consists of an application, a signed consent form, and payment.
Any Regional Champion with complete registration submitted on or before January 31 is given its choice of prelim performance time at the event they won the previous year. There will be two preliminary events—Thursday Prelims and Friday Prelims—with up to 50 bands each. Bands of America recognizes that the travel distance for some bands will necessitate missing one to two days of school just for travel time.
In order to retain the integrity of Grand Nationals as a national championship and enable bands from across the nation to participate, BOA will allow bands traveling from schools located more than miles one way from Indianapolis to choose to either be part of the regular performance time draw OR choose to participate in a special draw for the first block of times in the Prelims 2 contest.
Bands from schools more than miles one way from Indianapolis must select their preference on the application form. It is feasible for groups within an approximate mile radius of Indianapolis to perform on Thursday, return home for a full day of school on Friday, then return to Indianapolis. Bands that volunteer will be assured performance times prior to 8: Bands can select this option on the application form.
If more applications are received by the designated postmark date than spots in a show, a Bands of America point system is used to determine which bands are eligible for the initial draw.