Pioneer Drum and Bugle Corps

Pioneer Drum And Bugle Corps

The Pioneer Drum & Bugle Corps & Color Guard is a World Class (formerly Division I) competitive junior drum and bugle corps. Based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Pioneer is a member corps of Drum Corps International (DCI).

Read more about Pioneer Drum And Bugle Corps:  History, Traditions, Pioneerland, Sponsorship, Notes, Show Summary (2001-2012)

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