Hi there, Harrison here I’m a member of the color guard with Minnesota Brass. After snoozing through my first three alarms on Friday, I finally decided it was about time to get ready to leave for rehearsal. With my white t-shirt in hand and fanny pack at my side, I knew I was ready to take on whatever the day had in store for me! Read More
Head on over to Roseville this Tuesday, August 4 for another edition of Coach Purse Bingo! It’s bingo, it’s fashionable, it’s great fun.
The action starts at 6:30 p.m. at Joe Senser’s (2350 Cleveland Ave. N., Roseville) Cards cost $20 for the first set of six cards and $4 for an additional set of three cards. You’ll play ten different bingo games and have a shot at winning Coach purses as prizes. The more people who play, the more expensive the prize! (Must be 18 or older to play.)
No matter how your luck turns out, you’ll be happy knowing that all proceeds benefit Minnesota Brass. Whether you’re trying to win a Coach purse for yourself or a friend, you’ll have a blast playing bingo with other drum corps fans.
There’s no real reason to sleep on this one: Minnesota Brass has worked out a deal for supporters to save on brand new name-brand mattresses and at the same time support the corps. It’s a one-day-only event set for Saturday, Aug. 15. So save the date now! Read More
For immediate release July 7, 2015 Minneapolis, Minn.
Drum corps is not not like any other performance art form… it’s much, much more. Drum Corps International is Marching Music’s Major League! DCI Minnesota will step off on Saturday, July 11 at TCF Bank Stadium on the University of Minnesota campus starting at 3 p.m. and will feature twenty of the finest drum corps in the world. Read More
Minnesota Brass kicked off its competition with a first-place finish at Mankato, Minn.’s Thunder of Drums competition, posting a score of 74.100 to capture the All-Ages Class title. The second-place Govenaires from St. Peter, Minn., scored 66.400, while the Bluecoats aced the World Class division with 78.900, and Iowa’s Colt Cadets took the Open Class title with 46.700 points. Read More