Music Selection-Colorguard/Winterguard and Dance/Drill Teams
Colorguard/Winterguard and Dance/Drill Teams may perform anything suitable for adjudication. Each group is responsible for providing the music being performed an acceptable media format such as IPod, laptop, MP3 player, or phone with a 1/8” output. CDs can be used, but be sure they are formatted to play in another player!
Performance Information-Colorguard/Winterguard and Dance/Drill Teams
- All groups need to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to their assigned warm–up time.
- A festival representative or site host will meet you in the parking lot and guide you to an assigned holding area. Buses will be directed to park after unloading students and equipment. It is recommended that performers’ personal belongings be left on the bus.
- If performances are require more space than as provided on stage- any equipment being used should be padded to protect the gym floor.
- Directors should have their performing group’s music playback available during warm-up.
- You have a maximum of 20 minutes total for equipment setup, sound check, performance, equipment disassemble and exit.
- Click here to see Equipment Provided by Winter Park Ski-Music Festival.
- Within WPSMF Online, under the Performance Info tab, a director must complete the performance information for each ensemble. Within each ensemble’s tab, there are specific equipment requests to be checked. If equipment is not checked online, it might not be available for you on stage.
- Adjudicator critiques/ratings sheets will be returned to the director at the Director’s Reception following the presentation of awards at the Award Ceremony. Special arrangements will be made for groups NOT attending the Award Ceremony to receive these items and awarded trophies (if determinable at that time) prior to their departure from Winter Park. It may be necessary to mail awarded trophies after the festival conclusion.