This is where you will find our performance Itineraries (Marching Band, Jazz, Percussion, Color Guard, etc.) to download in .doc or .pdf format and may require Adobe Acrobat Reader and Word or similar software to view. 

NOTE: These documents provides general information only and may be subject to change at any time without notice. Please check back often for updated materials.

Click on the hyperlink text or the icon below to view or download the resource pages.


Click HERE to view Competition and Festival Results….

· SCSBOA Southern California Schools Band and Orchestra Association


2022 Adjudicated Field Tournament Schedule | Marching Band

Downey HS Itinerary  (in Downey) – 10.08.22  * Printable Itinerary  

Chaffey HS Itinerary (in Ontario) – 10.22.22  * * *   will be posted when available  * * * 

Chino HS Itinerary (in Chino) – 11.05.22  * * *   will be posted when available  * * * 

Rancho Buena Vista HS Itinerary (in Vista) – 11.12.22  * * *  will be posted when available  * * * 

SCSBOA Championship Itinerary (TBD) – 11.19.22  * * *  will be posted when available  * * * 

** Pit Crew: Parents, guardians, alumni or friends are needed at each game and competition to help the students push the front ensemble onto the field.


Wind | Symphonic Band  A Wind ensemble contains instruments from the woodwind, brass, and percussion families, just as a concert and symphonic bands do.  A Concert Band, sometimes called a Symphonic Band, is an ensemble comprised of woodwind, brass, and percussion instruments.  At times, a concert band may also include piano, harp, or string bass, depending on the needs of certain pieces.


· SCPA Southern California Percussion Alliance

Winter Drumline A Winter Drumline is a group of percussionists who perform indoor competitive shows that usually include both music and marching in formations.  Tenor, snare, quad, and bass drums are commonly used in these types of shows.  A Winter Drumline can include a stationary percussion section known as a pit.


** Pit Crew: Parents, guardians, alumni or friends are needed at each game and competition to help the students push the front ensemble onto the field.


· WGASC Winter Guard Association of Southern California

Winter Guard  A Winter Guard is an indoor color guard activity derived from military ceremonies or veterans organizations ceremonies. Unlike traditional color guard, winter guard is performed indoors, usually in a gymnasium or an indoor arena.  Visual Ensemble – another term used to refer to the color guard and other performers (which may also include dancers, pom poms, baton twirlers and others) who provide a visual representation of the music.


· Covina Christmas Parade Traditional Christmas Parades are held in practically every city. They range from small to large but generally are on the modest side with the events featuring community entries that may not qualify for larger parades such as 4th of July parades. One of the many fun things to see and do this Christmas, the parades are sometimes associated with Tree Lighting Ceremonies as well.

Covina Christmas Parade Itinerary (in Covina) – 12.03.22  * * *  will be posted when available  * * *


What to Expect on Tournament Days

Tournament day schedules vary depending on our show time. As soon as we receive show information, the schedule is created and put on the website calendar.

Tournaments are generally a full-day affair, with report time early in the morning and return time late at night. The time that the Band reports to the school to leave for a contest depends upon the performance slot the band is assigned. The weekly schedule posted on the SHHS Band website will always inform you of the report time.

For more detailed information on what happens on Tournament Day, go to the “Parents Corner” menu on the website and click Competition Basicsand Competition Etiquette page.


Volunteers are always needed…

Ask a Band Booster board member or committee chair how you can help for a single day or multiple activities throughout the band season.


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