Drum and Bugle Corps Perform for Dad

The Crossmen Drum & Bugle Corps, a group of 150 brass, percussion and color guard performers, will put on a free Father’s Day Showcase in the Square at Rustin Park Pavilion, June 16, in Southlake. Drum and bugle corps from throughout Texas that are members of Drum Corps International (DCI), a global nonprofit organization

promoting music education and entertainment, will participate.

The show serves as a preview of the 10-week U.S. tour the Crossmen will be performing across the country, ending at the DCI World Championship, in Indianapolis. Musical excellence, marching precision, dance and humor are woven into intricate march patterns, formations and transitions, coordinated with a musical production. The San Antonio-based 150-member Crossmen, the only DCI World Class Drum Corps in Texas, is comprised of individuals ages 15 to 21 that excel in brass, percussion or color guard.

The performance runs from 7 to 9 p.m. and the public is encouraged to bring their own chairs and blankets. Following the performance, interested musicians ages 15 to 21 can learn more about the corps experience. Donations will be accepted.

Location: 1256 Main St., Rustin Park Pavilion, Southlake. For more information, call 817-748-8652 or visit Crossmen.org.

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