(ADRIAN, Mich.) - With only days left in the 2019 season, The Cavaliers have made every moment count and each show more memorable than the last. The corps performed their way across the northern part of the East Coast in just under a week and brought “The Wrong Side of the Tracks” to thousands of spectators before preparing for their final performances in Indianapolis.


The Cavaliers wowed at Drum Corps: An American Tradition in Annapolis, Md. and in Chester, Penn. at Tour of Champions - Chester to kick off the final leg of tour on the road. These last few shows are critical to setting up the attitude and morale going into Indianapolis, with the boys more driven now than ever.

One of the most highly-anticipated and storied shows in DCI, The Cavaliers pulled out all of the stops in Allentown, Penn. at the DCI Eastern Classic. This marked the final regional of the 2019 season and it was certainly one to remember.

Before their performance in Buffalo, N.Y., the corps was surprised with a trip to Niagara Falls by the staff, a first for many and a memorable moment for all. “The Wrong Side of the Tracks” made its way to New Era Field for Drums Along the Waterfront later that evening. The Cavaliers made the encore performance their own, once again rushing the stands in during the drum set solo in “Rosanna.”


The Cavaliers had one final outdoor performance at Tour of Champions - Akron in Akron, Ohio before returning to their pre-tour home at Adrian College to prepare for the final performances of the season at DCI World Championships in Indianapolis. Follow along with the final days of The Cavaliers’ 2019 season by connecting with us on our social accounts as well as on our Patreon.

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.