Connect & Network

Former Marching Band Members
Stay connected to the marching band through the Band Alumni Society. 
Visit the University of Minnesota Band Alumni Society website.
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We invite you to stay connected with the rich tradition that is the University of Minnesota Marching Band. 

There are a number of ways to stay involved with the marching band:

  • Like our Facebook page to stay up on the latest news and events, meet our students, and join the growing network of current and former marching band members.
  • Follow us on Twitter @UMNMarch to see recent faculty and student awards, learn about upcoming events, see what's going on campus, and more!
  • Follow us on Instagram @umnmarch for photos and graphics featuring the Pride of Minnesota!
  • Subscribe to our YouTube channel to view videos from recent performances and half-time shows!
  • Check out our SoundCloud account to listen to our signature songs and arrangements.

TRAILBLAZERS: A Celebration of Women in the “Pride of Minnesota”

On October 28-29, 2022 the University of Minnesota-TC Marching Band will celebrate the history of women in the “Pride of Minnesota.” Women served the Band in various auxiliary roles since the 1940s; however, it wasn’t until 1972 that women were allowed to march and play in the main ranks of the Band. This fall, we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of women being fully integrated into the University of Minnesota-TC Marching Band.

Weekend Celebration Announcement

Saturday On-Field Recognition RSVP (deadline: Wednesday, October 19 at 8:00pm)
Female-identifying UMN-TC Marching Band alums are invited to join the band on the field during halftime.

Friday Webinar Registration

Greek Chapters

Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma are the national honorary band fraternity and sorority, respectively. Both are dedicated to the service and support of college and university band programs. If you're interested in becoming part of either chapter, we recommend reaching out to the organization using the contact information listed on their websites.

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