Oregon Crusaders Drum and Bugle Corps

Oregon Crusaders Drum And Bugle Corps

The Oregon Crusaders Drum and Bugle Corps is a World Class (formerly Divisions I) competitive junior drum and bugle corps. Based in Portland, Oregon, the corps is a member of Drum Corps International and was the undefeated Division III champion in 2004 and the undefeated Open Class (formerly Divisions II & III) champion in 2012.

Read more about Oregon Crusaders Drum And Bugle Corps:  History, Sponsorship, Mission Statement, Show Summary (2000-2013), Traditions

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Oregon Crusaders Drum And Bugle Corps - Traditions - Cape Day
... it has become traditional for the entire corps to wear a cape--- usually a towel ... In addition, the soprano bugles/trumpets wear a tie with their cape ... Most of the corps calls the day, "Cape Day" while the trumpets refer to it as "Trumpet Cape And Tie Day" ...

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