The Showcase of Southeast Texas
The Lamar marching band, titled the Showcase of Southeast Texas, performs at all home football games and select away games. Directed by Eric Shannon, the marching band performs for thousands of fans and alumni each year at football games and exhibition performances in Texas and Louisiana. The Showcase of Southeast Texas marches both traditional military pre-game drill and contemporary corps style marching for halftime. The marching band consists of band members, drum line, color guard, twirlers, and Lamar’s Dance Team. All members receive a $300 scholarship at the completion of the season. For more information, view our Frequently Asked Questions.
The twirling line at Lamar University consists of diligent and motivated individuals who love to dance and twirl with a combination of poised body movements and elegant baton tricks. The twirling line averages eight to twelve individuals each year. Each member receives a $300 scholarship at the completion of the season.
The color guard is an integral part of The Showcase of Southeast Texas that enhances the color and visual excitement of the performance. The LU color guard performs as part of the pre-game and halftime shows at every home football game, as well as select away games and exhibition performances.
The Showcase of Southeast Texas is the most visible organization on the Lamar campus, and the color guard adds a dynamic flair while cultivating an intimate group of amazing people. As a member of the color guard, you will meet new people, travel to new places, and have the experience of a lifetime.
The color guard section averages fourteen to twenty individuals each year. Each member receives a $300 scholarship at the completion of the season.
Marching Band Member Notice
Please complete this form if you have registered for Marching Band
(MULB 1175) for fall 2014: