The Concord Blue Devils won their 16th DCI World Championship on Saturday night in Indianapolis. The Blue Devils scored a 99.65 (the highest score ever in DCI) in their final performance. The Bluecoats (97.175) won 2nd place and The Cadets (96.875) placed 3rd. The Blue Devils had an amazing year, winning every competition leading up to finals. The Santa Clara Vanguard placed first in percussion for their final performance.
For complete results and recap analysis, check out DCI.org. Congratulations to The Blue Devils.
Were you there or did you watch it live? What were your favorite moments of the season? Leave a comment and let us know what you thought of the 2014 DCI season.
Here’s the Blue Devils show from Salem, VA on 07/29/2014.
James Doyle was recently announced as the winner of our “2010 Year in Review” Contest. In a podcast soon, he and some of his colleagues will be discussing WGI and everything it has to offer. He also noted that we did not have much WGI content on the site, so to that end, here is the “Best of WGI 2010.”
What were your favorite WGI moments in 2010? Of all time? What would you like to hear us talk about on our WGI focused podcast with James Doyle? Any questions for a WGI staff member?
Originally posted on DrumChattr on January 5, 2011.
This video features the exhibition performance by Pulse Percussion 2010 at the Centerville Exhibition. Pulse won their first title (Gold Medal – 96.375) with “Worth the Wait” at the 2010 WGI Championships. Congratulations, Pulse!
Originally posted on DrumChattr on October 12, 2010 by Dave Gerhart.
The Concord Blue Devils A Corp won their 14th DCI Championship on Saturday night in Indianapolis. The Blue Devils scored a 98.90 in their final performance. The Cavaliers (97.750) won 2nd place and the Bluecoats (96.400) placed 3rd. Phantom Regiment received high honors in percussion followed by The Cavaliers and Bluecoats.
The Concord Blue Devils B Corp won the 2010 DCI Open Class Championships with a score of 97.55. They also received high honors in Percussion. Second place honors go to the Oregon Crusaders (94.00) and third place goes to the Spartans (93.60). For more information, check out Drum Corps International. Congrats to all of the corps for another great summer of music.
Originally posted on DrumChattr on August 15, 2010 by Dave Gerhart.