Camellia marching band festival
The Camellia Marching band festival will operate as both a Festival and Clinic for your band. This event will have a 3-judge panel for band adjudication. In addition to our 3 panel judge will have an additional judge observe your band and give an educational clinic following your band performance. There will also be a percussion judge, a majorette/dance judge, Colorguard judge and a drum major judge.
The festival registration will close after the deadline of 15-September-2021 or when applications are received for the first 12 band performances.
Trophies will be awarded for bands, percussion, color guard, drum major, dance, and majorette who receive superior ratings.
If you have any questions regarding our event, please do not hesitate to contact us at Brett.Johnson@acboe.net.
We hope to see you on September 25, 2021.
THE CAMELLIA MARCHING FESTIVAL WILL BE LIMITED TO THE FIRST 12 BANDS TO REGISTER.
THE CAMELLIA MARCHING FESTIVAL REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN.
Date and Location
On September 25, 2021, the Marbury High School band boosters will sponsor the Camellia Marching Band Festival. The event will be held at Marbury High School, located approximately 20 miles North of Montgomery, AL.
Address: 2360 US-31, Deatsville, AL 36022
Band: Dr. Rusty Logan
Band: Mr. Kenny Hall
Drum Major: Mrs. Ashley Williams
Majorette/Dance: Mrs. Miranda Muir-Peak
FESTIVAL RULES AND REGULATIONS
The competition field will be the size and shape of a regulation football field with five and ten-yard lines, hash marks (53’4”), and sidelines clearly marked. There is a fence enclosing the field.
Bands will be classified according to the number of wind instrument players.
Class A.................up to 15 Winds
Class AA.............. 16- 30 Winds
Class AAA............ 31 -45 Winds
Class AAAA......... 46+ Winds
*Due the size of our venue. We are unable to take bands with more than 100 members at this time.
Bands are scheduled at 10-20 minute intervals.
Order of performance within each class is determined by payment received postmark. Earliest postmark performs last in class. Special considerations are given when circumstances warrant such.
All bands must perform in uniform. All band and auxiliary officers who will participate in the awards ceremony must be in uniform. Officers are to line up on the front hash mark. No other student will be permitted on the field.
Point Spread for Contest Scoring
*Class A & AA
Superior: 70 – 100
Excellent: Below 69
*Class AAA & Above
Superior: 75 – 100
Excellent: Below 74
No director, parent, or student from any participating band will be allowed in the press box.
Chaperones will be admitted free at the ratio of 1 chaperone per 10 students. Performing students will receive wrist bands at bus parking. Each band will receive staff wrist bands for directors and staff.
At the conclusion of the ceremony, all band members, parents, etc., who are not involved in the awards presentation must not enter the field area. Do not allow your students to climb the fence onto the field. This is not only for the safety of everyone, but also to preserve the dignity of those students accepting trophies for their bands.
Comment sheets and recordings can be picked up in the pressbox immediately after the awards ceremony.
FIREWORKS ARE PROHIBITED: fire batons are OK to use for this festival but bands are responsible for the required gear to extinguish.
The Marbury High School campus (including the stadium) is a TOBACCO FREE CAMPUS.