The Butler University Marching Band, directed by David McCullough, is the vanguard of Butler University school pride. That’s a hefty load to bear, considering how devoted the Butler faithful tend to be in regard to their favorite Indianapolis sports team. The band carries the Butler blue and white with reverent and enthusiastic pride and are largely responsible for Butler University’s highly respected reputation in Indianapolis music.
Butler University is one of the 25 largest Indiana colleges and universities, but the Indianapolis band is open to all students, so long as they buy their own pair of black marching shoes. Uniforms, guard equipment, and instruments are provided by the band to all participants. The Butler University Marching Band is made up of a variety of color guard members, twirlers, and musicians. Participation in the band earns students academic credit as well as providing them with the unique opportunity to represent their Indianapolis school in a positive way.
The Butler Band performs regularly on the northwest side of Indianapolis, in the Butler Bowl on the beautiful wooded campus of Butler University. The band also travels with Butler University athletic teams as well as making special appearances from time to time. Recently, the Butler University Marching Band got an aesthetic upgrade by trading in their 18 year old uniforms for new Stanbury uniforms.
For more information on the Butler University Marching Band, please visit the group’s homepage.
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