(ATLANTA) - As The Cavaliers bid Texas tour adieu, they set their minds and path east for the next major regional of the season: the DCI Southeastern Championship in Atlanta.

The road to the regional brought about significant growth for the corps with each performance, as they reached new heights (and scores) with every show they put on along the way. The first stop on the way to the state of Georgia included a performance at DCI Arkansas in Little Rock, Ark., followed by a performance in Murfreesboro, Tenn. at The Masters of the Summer Music Games.

Fantastic performances at each show set the stage for The Cavaliers to break the 90 point mark, a major feat at this point in the season and increasingly important with the final weeks of tour on the horizon.


Under the lights of Mercedes-Benz Stadium, The Cavaliers brought audiences to their feet with a phenomenal performance that brought them to their feet and to our side of the tracks. The Rosemont corps also rose to the 90 point club, keeping the tight gap between the top six corps increasingly competitive.

The jam-packed weekend closed with a phenomenal performance at NightBEAT in Winston-Salem, N.C. These last few weeks for the Rosemont corps are bittersweet, as they mark the end of the season and the most exciting part of it all at once. With only three performances remaining before Drum Corps International World Championships Prelims, the Green Machine is giving it all they’ve got. Be sure to connect with The Cavaliers on our social media pages as well as on Patreon to take this final journey with us to our side of the tracks.

about the cavaliers

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The Cavaliers were founded in 1948 from Boy Scout Troop 111 by the late Don Warren. One of the most successful drum and bugle corps in history, The Cavaliers have won 20 national championships, including seven Drum Corps International world championships, since 1992.

The Cavaliers provide a variety of life-changing educational and performance programs for young people that go beyond music and performing arts to build personal accountability, excellence, teamwork and camaraderie. Programs include GearWORKS, Cavaliers Indoor Percussion, Chromium Winds, Crystal Lake Thunder and Midwest Connection.

A 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, The Cavaliers Drum and Bugle Corps is sponsored by The Village of Rosemont, Ill.