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Early Bird Registration is now open for WGIcon 2024! Join us for a weekend of learning, networking, and creating with some of the greatest minds in the activity at a discounted price.
Early bird registration is $179 for a limited time only. Register today!
WGI and the WGI Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee are excited to announce the 2024 class of the I AM WGI: Future Leaders Program, a mentorship and leadership opportunity for WGI performers across all regions and divisions. Color Guard Rebecca Aguilar Nebai Chavez Sarah Pichardo Doria Smith Olivia Starnes Sade Taylor Paul Yoo Percussion/Winds Evan […]
We are saddened to hear of the passing of Bob Thomas, a long-time member of the WGI Winds Steering Committee and a dedicated educator/adjudicator for the marching arts.
Calling all weekend warriors!
the 2024 WGI Winds World Championships is seeking volunteers for the weekend of April 20-21. If individuals can get themselves to Dayton, Ohio on Friday, April 20, WGI will take care of everything else!
“Being Black, living Black, comes with so many beautiful things. To be able to share that with other people, but also to see people appreciate that, that’s just incredible.”
The 2024 WGI Advisory Board meeting dates are confirmed!
WGI Sport of the Arts will hold its Advisory Board meetings on June 7-8, 2024, at the JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa in Las Vegas, Nevada. This annual meeting gives representatives opportunities to discuss and vote on the rules and policies governing WGI.
In 2021, the WGI Future Leaders Program (FLP), in conjunction with the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee, published the “Inclusive Costuming Resources”—a running catalog of costuming and design companies that provide diverse skin-tone garments for members of color.
In efforts to advance the organization’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives, all WGI adjudicators received training on the use of Gender-Inclusive and Gender-Neutral language in their judge commentary going into the 2024 season.
Check out our new show announcement pages for each division and see what exciting productions are coming to life this winter!
The 2024 competition season is right around the corner, and it’s important that all performers prepare physically and mentally for a busy season ahead. Whether scholastic or independent, here are a few good steps to help you in your pre-season preparations.
What started as a small program has blossomed into the incredible ensemble we know and love today. In addition to their competitive success, 2023 was an opportunity for Fantasia to bring new life to a production that wasn’t quite finished.
WGI is proud to announce the election of the newest class of individuals into the WGI Hall of Fame!
The Hall of Fame is the highest honor presented to individuals who have influenced WGI history through their achievements and contributions.
As another exciting year comes to an end, we can’t help but look back at some of the best moments from the year that occurred for the organization and the indoor marching arts activity. Take a look below at some of our highlights from 2023! 1. WGI Renewed Contract With City of Dayton Through 2031 […]
WGI Sport of the Arts is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Director of Finance to work in our Dayton, Ohio, headquarters.
The 2024 WGI Virtual season is just around the corner, and we have gathered a panel of esteemed clinicians from each division to provide overview commentary and give valuable feedback to groups before the competitive season begins.
In their debut season at the 2023 WGI World Championships, Scholastic A class finalist group Holly Springs High School told the well-known story of Pinocchio, tugging on the heartstrings of everyone in UD Arena.
It’s officially Giving Tuesday with WGI, and with that comes the launch of this year’s Invest in Indoor Campaign! Complete your month of giving by donating to WGI, and see how your funds help shape the future of the indoor marching arts! Donating is now easier than ever, and it doesn’t even have to include […]
“Guys, we should just do a David Bowie show.”
These words from Drew Brown, director at Beavercreek High School, launched the winter drumline into their second-place PSA 2023 show, “Reach for the Stardust.”