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2024 SO Class Finalist Review

Congratulations to all of our 2024 Scholastic Open class finalists! Review their productions below in order of Finals placement.

WGI Members Perform Halftime at Superbowl LVII

Two members from the World Class WGI group, Fenix, had the experience of a lifetime performing with Rihanna at this year’s Superbowl LVII.  Alana Harris and Haley Hoffman are not only sharing the floor together this winter with Fenix Independent, but now they can say they shared the field together along with POP/R&B superstar Rihanna.  […]

Snowflake Lane Casting

SNOWFLAKE LANE SNOW FLURRY COLOR GUARD AUDITIONS are this SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18TH at 11 AM (10:30 AM check-in). We audition performers 14 years of age and up (there is no age cap, so instructors and staff are encouraged to audition as well). Snowflake Lane will run nightly from Black Friday to Christmas Eve (11/25-12/24). Color […]


WGI Statement, September 12, 2022 WGI takes allegations involving sexual misconduct very seriously and endeavors to address allegations that are brought to its attention in a deliberate, fair, and thorough manner. We appreciate and respect the bravery of anyone who reports any misconduct in our marching arts community. Their efforts to provide corroborating information contribute […]

Palm Desert: Building a Middle School Program

By Trudy Horsting
José Alejandro Peña is the program director of Palm Desert Charter Middle school. In this piece, he shares how he built the program, how working with a middle school program differs from working with older groups, and his advice for those aspiring to begin or grow a younger color guard team.

The 2022 Board of Directors and Steering Committee

Congratulations to the newly elected members of the WGI steering committee and Board of Directors! We thank you for your dedication and commitment to the indoor marching arts and can’t wait to see what positive change you foster within our activity. Click below to view the updated Advisory Board, Steering Committee, and Board of Directors.  […]

Caleb Brown: Ending the Stigma

Caleb Brown’s connection to the marching arts activity spans the course of the past 18 years, and his commitment to educating future generations both on and off the floor is an admirable feat. In addition to his lengthy resume within the activity, Brown is also making strides in the field of HIV advocacy and education. […]

WGI Mourns the passing of Mickey Kelly

With heavy hearts, WGI announces the passing of Mickey Kelly, a member of the WGI Hall of Fame and passionate advocate of the indoor marching arts. Mickey was a former Color Guard chief judge and a current adjudicator for the Percussion division of WGI. Responsible for setting new standards in program concepts, Mickey Kelly was […]

Program Costuming: Process and Advice

By Emily Ward Crafting a marching arts show involves many different creative aspects. One key component is finding the perfect uniform that will elevate the impact of a team’s show. Many companies within the marching arts industry create those one-of-a-kind uniforms for teams, and each has its own unique process for establishing its costumes. One […]

The First Indoor Winds groups: Pioneers of WGI’s Newest Division

By: Christine Ngeo Katzman As WGI Sport of the Arts celebrated its 45th anniversary in 2022, the Winds division entered its eighth season. Many groups have established themselves as front runners of WGI’s newest competitive division throughout this time. Why, and what can other groups learn? At the same time, how have these winning groups […]

WGI Collaborates With Pepwear for Pride Month Initiative

WGI is honored to partner with our official merchandise provider, Pepwear, to sell a limited edition #WEAREWGI Pride Month T-shirt leading into Global Pride Month this upcoming June. A portion of all proceeds will be donated to The Trevor Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and supporting LGBTQIA+ youth. In a quote from their […]

Six Wives: Interview with the 2020 CGT Captains

By: Christine Ngeo Katzman Co-captains of CGT Dallas’ 2020 show remember the beauty, strength, and unity portrayed by its all-female cast. Henry VIII had six wives, and CGT Dallas had 40 female guard members to tell their powerful story in its 2020 program. Using music from the theatrical show “Six,” CGT Dallas created a set […]

2022 Winds World Class Finalist Reviews

By: Kevin Gamin Congratulations to all of our 2022 Winds World class finalists! View a recap of their productions below in order of Finals placement. Scholastic World Avon HS (99.175) 1st Avon’s costumes are eye catching. Mostly black, the tops and drop sash feature many sparkly sequins which reflect the arena light, a contrast to […]

2022 Winds Open Class Finalist Reviews

By: Kevin Gamin Congratulations to all of our 2022 Winds Open class finalists! View a recap of their productions below in order of Finals placement. Scholastic Open Miamisburg HS (95.375) 1st Model airplanes and music to fly to opened Miamisburg’s show. The group had fun right from the start with slides and ramps leading up […]