Top 5 Reasons to Attend World Championships!

We are just ONE WEEK away from the start of the 2023 World Championships! We’ve gathered the top 5 reasons to attend this incredible event below, so take a look! 1. Support the Performers Help the performers have their best run of the season by supporting them from the stands. As a performer, looking up […]

2023 Virtual Scores!

Rankings for the 2023 Virtual Competition are now live! Click below to view the most recent results from WGI’s virtual competition season!

Lyera Hammons: Celebrating 20 Years With WGI!

WGI has had the pleasure of many incredible individuals passing through the organization at all levels of service over the years. Many find themselves here for up to 15+ years serving generation after generation of young performers and ensuring that the MAGIC of WGI lives on. One individual is currently celebrating her 20th year with […]

LGBTQ+ Pride Resources

WGI proudly supports LGBTQ+ Pride this month and throughout the year. We have compiled the following resources (accessible year-round) to help inform and educate on the challenges that LGBTQ+ individuals face, highlighting a few of the many programs and organizations that are working to make a positive impact on the LGBTQ+ Community. Scholarships and Financial […]

Rhythm X: Inside the “Art Shaped Box”

By: Mikey McGuire WGI Percussion in 2022 featured some of the most unique and innovative show designs we have seen on the UD floor in years, but one show that stood out from the rest was Rhythm X’s 2022 production, “Art Shaped Box.” The group took inspiration from the life and art of grunge pioneer […]

Volunteer and Experience WGI for FREE!

Receive a one-of-a-kind experience of our World Championships when you sign up to volunteer! Witness the raw emotion of performers as they exit the floor after the performance of their lives, congratulate them as they get their iconic post-show orange, and become the magic that so many others experience every year. Visit to learn […]

WGI Mourns the Loss of Gary Graves

WGI is grieving the loss of one of its own today. Gary Graves was a renowned percussion adjudicator and a beacon of light to everyone who crossed paths with him both in and out of our activity. He passed away on September 20 at 62 years old. A judge specializing in indoor percussion, color guard, […]

WGI 2022 Volunteer Testimonials

World Championships is truly a one of a kind experience, but don’t just take our word for it! Listen to some of our incredible volunteers explain why YOU need to get involved for #WGI2023. The interest form for the 2023 World Championships is now open, so Click Here to fill it out!

WGI’s Back to School Sale!

Don’t miss your chance to snag some of your favorite WGI merch during our back to school sale! 20% off store wide. Some exclusions may apply

The 2022 Board of Directors and Steering Committee

Congratulations to the newly elected members of the WGI steering committee and Board of Directors! We thank you for your dedication and commitment to the indoor marching arts and can’t wait to see what positive change you foster within our activity. Click below to view the updated Advisory Board, Steering Committee, and Board of Directors.  […]

2022 Advisory Board Voting Results

WGI directors and instructors met this past weekend to consider numerous proposals submitted to the Color Guard, Percussion, and Winds Advisory Boards. Each board held separate meetings to discuss various topics relevant to their division such as contest policies, rules, and adjudication philosophies. Click below to view the results of the 2022 Advisory Board meetings! […]

WGI Collaborates With Pepwear for Pride Month Initiative

WGI is honored to partner with our official merchandise provider, Pepwear, to sell a limited edition Pride Month Collection leading into Global Pride Month this upcoming June. A portion of all proceeds will be donated to The Trevor Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and supporting LGBTQIA+ youth. In a quote from their website, […]

WGI Mourns the Passing of Dr. Joe Allison

WGI is mourning the passing of veteran Percussion adjudicator, Dr. Joe Allison, on April 24, 2022, after a ten-year battle with lymphoma.   Joe Allison was born on October 25, 1952, in Knoxville, Tennessee. He is the former Professor of Music at Eastern Kentucky University serving as a Specialist in Research and Outreach after serving as Director […]

Congratulations to the Avon HS Indoor Programs!

WGI would like to congratulate the indoor programs at Avon High School for taking gold in EVERY division at the 2022 WGI World Championships! This is a momentous occasion for Avon and a first in WGI history, so join us in celebrating the incredible achievements of the following groups: Avon HS Winter Guard – 1st […]

That’s a Wrap!

After thousands of performers made their way to Dayton for WGI’s World Championships events in April, we have finally crossed the finish line for #WGI45.  Thank you to every member of the WGI community for your dedication and resilience over these past 3 years. We wouldn’t be where we are today without your constant support, […]

2022 PSW Class Finalist Reviews

By: Mikey McGuire Congratulations to all of our 2022 Scholastic World class finalists! View a recap of their productions below in order of Finals placement. Avon HS (98.600) 1st Avon stepped on the court poised to win with their show “The Playbook”. They told the classic story of the prizefighter who would give anything to […]

2022 PIO Class Finalist Reviews

By: Ed Johnson Congratulations to all of our 2022 Independent Open class finalists! View a recap of their productions below in order of Finals placement. Infinity 2 (97.500) 1st Infinity 2 used tree props, large pieces of blue cloth, and even a boat to help bring their production of “The Fountain” to life.  Dialogue was […]

2022 PSO Class Finalist Reviews

By: Ed Johnson Congratulations to all of our 2022 Scholastic Open class finalists! View a recap of their productions below in order of Finals placement. Sherwood HS (97.125) 1st Large sail type props were used and manipulated during the performance to set the scene for Sherwood’s 2022 production of “I am the Wind”. You get […]