System Blue Live Events




The Educational Series provides an opportunity for students, educators, and fans alike to hone their performance skills under the instruction of the finest educators in the marching arts.

From intense multi-day skills camps to instrument-specific clinics and master classes, participants are able to study in a focused and enriching environment that includes performing alongside the members of today's top drum corps.



2015 Summer Events

Drum Camps

April 18, 2015
presented by The Brooklyn Steppers
New York City
June 15–19, 2015
Clovis, California
June 25–27, 2015
Grand Terrace, California
July 1–2, 2015
Warwick, RI
July 9–11, 2015
Minneapolis area
July 12–13, 2015
Lee's Summit, Missouri
July 16–17, 2015
Houston Area

Leadership & Director Camps
Camp Philosophy →

June 10–12, 2015
with special educator sessions
O'ahu, Hawaii
June 14–18, 2015
Leadership / Drum Major / Color Guard Camp, and Directors Symposium
Texas A&M University-Commerce
June 25–27, 2015
with special educator sessions
Grand Terrace, California
July 1–2, 2015
Warwick, RI
July 9–11, 2015
with special educator sessions
Minneapolis area
July 12–13, 2015
Lee's Summit, Missouri
July 16–17, 2015
with special educator sessions
Houston Area
July 27, 2015
Leadership and Directors Workshop
Dublin, OH

Color Guard Camps

June 10–12, 2015
with special educator sessions
O'ahu, Hawaii
June 14–18, 2015
Leadership / Drum Major / Color Guard Camp, and Directors Symposium
Texas A&M University-Commerce
June 18–19, 2015
Clovis, California
June 25–27, 2015
Southern California
July 12–13, 2015
Lee's Summit, Missouri






One Music One World

We have expanded our efforts, not just for our members experience, but also for youth in the countries we visit so to create life-changing experiences for all. Through our INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION and PERFORMING EVENTS, we use the exchange of music to bridge cultural, economic, and political divides, and establish a lifetime of shared social engagement in youth. See where we've been and where we are going →