Blue Devils Announce Summer Schedule


Concord, CA - February 15, 2001 - The 10 time World Champion Blue Devils Drum & Bugle Corps based in Concord announce two US Tours for the year 2001. On June 20 The Blue Devils will embark on their first of two Summer Music Games Tours. The Blue Devils depart San Francisco International Airport arriving in Atlanta’s, Hartsfield International Airport where they will be met by 4 motor coaches, 2 equipment transporters and 3 support vehicles to begin the 16 day, 2500 mile, 11 city tour.

Highlights of the tour will include appearances in Orlando, Fl, Columbia,SC, Washington DC, Philadelphia, PA, Boston, MA and Bristol, RI.

During the tour The Blue Devils will perform in field competitions, concerts and parades. 2001 will mark The Blue Devils’ return to Franklin Field in Philadelphia, PA where they captured their first of ten World Championship in 1976. 2001 will also mark their second appearance in America’s oldest continuously staged 4th of July Parade, held in Bristol, Rhode Island.

Upon their return, the Blue Devils will present a Benefit Celebration on Saturday July 7. The day begins with a concert at the Walnut Creek Center for the Performing Arts, and concludes with a field competition at Viking Field on the campus of Diablo Valley College. Joining the Blue Devils for this special event will be the 8 time World Champion Cadets of Bergenfield, New Jersey. This historic visit is only the second California appearance of the Cadets in their 67 year history, and their first in Northern California. Also competing in Precision West will be the 6 time World Champion Vanguard from Santa Clara, California and the Blue Knights of Denver, Colorado.
One Show - 3 World Champions
24 DCI Campionships in 30 year history of DCI

Precision West 2001


The Blue Devils - Concord, CA

The Cadets, Bergenfield, NJ

The Vanguard, Santa Clara, CA
Following Precision West the Blue Devils will begin their second United States tour with four appearances in Southern California. This 33 day tour will cover over 15,000 miles through 18 states with 19 performances. The culmination of the second tour will be the World Championships being held at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Buffalo, NY.
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