Metallica Competition Showing Love to Texas Marching Bands
We know Texas has some incredibly talented musicians & they also include marching bands too. Many high schools & colleges are full with talented musicians & thanks to the generous hand of Metallica, some lucky schools have a chance to win the Inaugural Metallica Marching Band Competition.
Well all the submissions have been sent & chosen... and of all the submissions a total of 10 different Texas schools have been chosen.
Which Texas marching bands are in Metallica's marching band competition?
If you go to Metallica's Marching Band website, you will find 6 high school marching bands & 4 collegiate marching bands. Also featured are videos of the Metallica submissions the bands sent. People can watch the videos, & vote for their favorite.
The high schools listed are:
- Austin High School in Sugar Land, TX
- Boerne High School in Boerne, TX
- Cinco Ranch High School in Katy, TX
- Edinberg High School in Edinburg, TX
- Lorena High School in Lorena, TX
- and William B. Travis High School in Richmond, TX
While the collegiate marching bands are:
- Blinn College in Brenham, TX
- Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, TX
- The University of Texas at Austin in Austin, TX
- and West Texas A&M University in Canyon, TX
There's also schools from Arizona & New Mexico in Metallica's marching band competition
While there are 10 submissions from the state of Texas, there were a few from both the states New Mexico & Arizona that people can vote for as well.
The 4 Arizona schools include:
- Canyon Del Oro High School in Oro Valley, AZ
- Casteel High School in Queen Creek, AZ
- Desert Mountain High School in Scottsdale, AZ
- and Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ
While the sole New Mexico school is Eastern New Mexico University in Portales, NM.
If you want to vote for your favorite, you have until December 31st 11:59 PT. Good luck & may the best school win!
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