Drumline Throwdown is a face to face competition for local ensembles. Two drumlines at time enter the competition area and battle back and forth playing a one and a half to two-minute piece. Winner moves on to the next round.
What does the 2020 Drumline Throwdown Champion receive?
Name on the 3-foot Traveling Trophy, that your ensemble holds on to from May 2020 to March 2021.
Championship plaque to keep.
$250 in store credit with All Star Music Canada.
5 pairs of cymbal gloves and cymbal straps from Seavine.
7 pairs of marching snare sticks, 5 pair of quad sticks and 5 bass drum mallets from Innovative Percussion.
What is the cost for the season and what does it include?
There is a one-time payment of $150 due by March 1, 2020. Payable to “Corey Pearce Percussion”. Payment can be by cheque.
This payment will go to pay for 3 qualified judges for the 2 Drumline Throwdowns. Scores and judge comments with me provided through Competition Suite. Participation in 2 Drumline Throwdowns the first and last Saturdays in April.
Action shoots from both Throwdowns and a multi camera video from your performance at the 2020 SO-MAC Championships. All participants at the Championship will receive a patch or medal. Along with the opportunity to be a part of our community and make new friends and grow as a drumline.
What days do you need to commit to attend?
Saturday, April 4th, 2020 from 9am to 5pm
Saturday, April 25th, 2020 from 9am to 5pm
What does a competition day for a Drumline Throwdown team look like?
9:00 am – Check in and load in at contest site
10:00 am – Preliminary Throwdowns
12:00 pm – Lunch
1:00 pm – Marching Arts Contest starts
2:50 pm – Intermission
3:00 pm – Championship Throwdown team start warm up
3:35 pm – Championship Throwdown
4:00 pm – Full Ensemble retreat
4:30 pm – Load out