HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR DAY
Tiger Band's 2013 High School Senior Day with be on NOVEMBER 23, 2013 when the Tigers take on The Citadel.
Registration for High School Senior Day is now closed. Confirmation emails have been sent to all students who will be participating with Tiger Band on November 23.
Please refer to the gameday schedule for specific time information and the Clemson Map for information on locations and parking.
Please Print a part for "American Soldier" (for instruments with multiple parts, just pick one you can play the best). You will join Tiger Band during half-time starting at the pick-ups to m.41. Also, you can download the music for "Tiger Rag," our fight song.
Percussion music for Tiger Rag can be found on the drumline website: Drumline Downloads
If you have any questions, please email Sonja Massey.
We can't wait to meet you all in Clemson on November 23!
TIGER BAND KIDZ KLUB
Tiger Band opens its doors to area youth (and their parents) with the Tiger Band Kidz Klub. Kids are invited to the Tiger Band practice field at the corner of Perimeter Road and Cherry Road for Friday rehearsals before home games. There, the "klub" will get a behind-the-scenes look at Tiger Band, learning how they "Shake the Southland." Participants get a chance to meet Tiger Band members, see demonstrations of the instruments, and participate in a band activity: "running down the hill."
Faithful members receive a gift from the band. Participants can watch the band rehearse before beginning brief demonstrations for the kids. The band especially encourages faculty and staff with children to participate.
All children participating must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
90 minutes before every home game, Tiger Band performs at the amphitheater behind Cooper Library and the reflection pond. Add Tiger Band to your list of gameday traditions and let us help you get pumped up for gameday!
If you are planning on becoming a member of Tiger Band this fall, please make sure that you've registered for the course OR if you are attending another institution, that you have contacted the band office at 864-656-3380. There are a few administrative deadlines approaching and we want to make sure that you are all set to become a part of our EXCITING 2013 season!
TIGER BAND MARCHES TO RAISE MONEY TO FIGHT ALS
Marching for ALS (Lou Gherig's Disease) brings college marching bands together to raise awareness and funds in the fight against ALS. Funds raised through Marching for ALS go towards The ALS Association's crucial patient services programs, research, and advocacy.
ALS is a terrible and debilitating disease without a cure. Please help Tiger Band make a difference by clicking on the ALS banner and making a donation today.
UPDATE: TIGER BAND PLAZA IS NOW "TIGER BAND SPIRIT POINT"
Plans for the new Tiger Band Plaza at the practice field near the Brooks Center have taken an artistic turn over the last couple of months. The same team that worked on other campus landmarks (Military Heritage Plaza and the new Memorial/Scroll of Honor) held a design charrette with constituents of the project including the band directors, students, administrators, architects, and CUTBA which resulted in an exciting redesign!
New aspects in the redesign include the band rehearsal tower moving from the Perimeter Road side of the field to the campus side and a new path between the practice field and Brooks Center.
This will allow the public and band students to pass over the story of Tiger Band inscribed on the path and through the new structure on the their way to the field. In addition, a future phase involving an exciting new sculpture will make Spirit Point a destination spot on campus.
There are still a few naming opportunities for alumni and friends to take part in; please contact Rob Porter at 864-986-8423 or by email at email@example.com to find out more.
In addition, you may download a form to purchase a brick that can be inscribed with your name and instrument or as a memorial by clicking on the following link. Plaza Brick Order Form
THE TIGER BAND COMMITMENT
Want to help Tiger Band continue to be The Band that Shakes the Southland?
Then please consider making a pledge to the Tiger Band Commitment. Tiger Band Commitment
seeks to raise two million dollars for scholarships for deserving Tiger Band students.
For more information, contact the Band Office or
visit the CUTBA website.
TIGER TOWN BRASS
Are you looking to bring Clemson Spirit to your next event? If so, Tiger Town Brass is your answer!
Click here for details.