Renegades Reloaded Camp

Can’t come to Annapolis for DCA?

Watch us on DCA’s Fan Network –

Mini-Corps – Friday August 31st

Prelims – Saturday August 1st

Alumni Spectacular – August 2nd


See you watching us on your computer!

Hey… I just met you… and this is crazy…

So here’s a video…  Watch it maybe?

Taking some time from our busy rehearsal schedule to show our fans the fun side.




Renepalooza \ˈre-ni-pe’lu:zə/ is an annual musical festival featuring popular Drum Corps, good food, awesome performers, loud music, BBQ, auctions, and family fun. It has also provided a platform for the last G Horn Drum and Bugle Corps and DCA Rebels.

Come be a part of some fantastic loud fun on Sunday August 5th at the the Martinez Waterfront park in Martinez, CA from 3-6PM. The Waterfront Park is located at the Martinez Marina, only minutes from bustling downtown. The park is a spacious, well kept park with a great playground for the children, and one of the world’s largest collection of Bocci Ball courts (they are truly amazing, open to the public, and immaculate).

This is a very exciting new fundraiser for the Renegades, and promises to be a fun music filled evening with the talents of Roland Garceau, The Jim Ott Memorial Brass Ensemble, the combined hornlines of the Renegades and JOBE performing, as well as an epic standstill of the Renegades 2012 production “Twisted”.  Other musical groups TBA.

A $10.00 donation will get you a burger or hot dog and a drink, plus an entry in one of our many door prizes. Additional food will also be available, as well as an incredible Silent Auction.

So grab your friends and family, and come eat, drink, and be merry with us in this great location, and help support the Renegades as we push towards DCA Championships!

Renegades: A Youthful Experience

SPOTLIGHT : Blake DuPriest

I went to try out for Renegades after I was cut from SCVC. The drum caption head told me about Renegades and highly recommended that I go for Renegades. So I figured it wouldn’t hurt to try out. During the auditions, I was starting to realize how big of a unit the corps was, not just in numbers but in family numbers! Ever since the first day I have enjoyed it. I really like being part of this big family corps and will continue to enjoy my career at Renegades.


Frankenhorn – the story of how a G-Tuba was created

Take two of these

(Kanstul Euphonium Bugle in G)

Ship them off to Dick Akright at A&G Music , and let his crew get a hold of them…

The end result….

     your very own G Tuba!

The person behind this?
Tony Clements (Principal Tubist for Symphony Silicon Valley and Director of Bands at Ohlone College) purchased two Kanstul G Euphoniums from the SF Renegades and had them converted to one G Tuba

Renegades Show Announcement

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