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 […]
Watch this interview with a member from the 2023 cast of Shenendehowa HS as they discuss their production, “Spider”
The I AM WGI: Future Leaders Program Returns in 2024 (FLP) and aims to lay the groundwork for mentorship of aspiring leaders from within the WGI community.
“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.”
Facebook fundraisers and personal campaigns are an easy way to raise money for your favorite non-profit organization, and setting them up is easier than ever!
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Make your donations count this Giving Tuesday! Take a look at how donations like yours helped 2023 scholarship winner, Nikki Newell, pursue her passion for music outside of the performance floor!
This Giving Tuesday, WGI is looking for all the different ways that you can have a direct impact on the indoor marching arts community with your contributions. Whether through donating to our annual Invest in Indoor campaign, Scholarship funds, creating personal fundraisers, or simply giving your free time, WGI has an outlet to help YOU […]
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Over the last ten years, Franklin High School Winter Guard has grown leaps and bounds thanks to the unceasing dedication of its students and staff members. At the 2023 WGI World Championships, the team placed 3rd in Scholastic A after making finals for the very first time.
WGI Sport of the Arts is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Customer Relationship Manager to work in our Dayton, Ohio, headquarters.
This past season was the 40th anniversary of Elizabeth High School’s A-Class winter guard team winning the 1982 WGI World Championships. To celebrate the many memories the team made together, they decided to have a reunion to see all their friends again.
During the 2023 Percussion Scholastic A finals, the students of Hempfield High School performed their program “51”. Using the storyline of aliens landing on Earth, the ensemble added their own special twist to the traditional story.
2023 was the Top Hat’s 60th anniversary season and they honored it with a show that channeled the passion and dedication of the past six decades of performers.
The time has come to register for #WGI2024! Click Here to view the tiered registration information, see when you qualify to sign up for events, and to learn more about our Event Registration process.
With two successful 2023 programs, Tampa’s A Class and World Class groups prove that a consistent and passionate team can create magic on the arena floor.
WGI is looking for educators who are interested in sharing their knowledge and experience of the indoor marching arts at our instructor education event next September.
These regional clinics provide Winds students with a unique space to gain feedback and firsthand knowledge of the marching arts during the competition weekend, as well as attend a world-class ensemble’s open rehearsal.
The idea of “cool” is a concept many people have tried to figure out, but Tarpon Springs High School World Winterguard spent the 2023 season showing audiences what they think “cool” really looks like.