This year’s Tournament of Bands (TOB) Chapter X Championship, will be Sunday, October 22, 2017.
The Tournament of Bands Chapter X Championship (our Home Competition), to be held on Sunday October 22, 2017, is a day to showcase the West Essex Regional School District, as Marching Bands and spectators from across the Northeast will visit our campus for the Tournament’s Chapter X Championships. The event is a massive undertaking for WEBB, and its success depends on the active support from all of our Band Parents. The Home Show is our largest fundraiser of the year, so a successful Tournament will lead to a successful year for all of the West Essex High School Band Programs!
Click here to view the Ad Journal Program proof>> 2017-TOB-Chapter-X-Program-Inside-high-res
ATLANTIC COAST CHAMPIONSHIP TICKET PRE-SALE NOW OPEN!
Pre-sale tickets are now available for the ACC Championships in Hershey, Pennsylvania on November 5, 2017 at Hershey Stadium! Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.
Ticket Orders are due Friday October 6, 2017
HERE’S HOW YOU CAN HELP:
Sign Up To Volunteer!
Please consider signing up to volunteer for this year’s TOB Chapter X Championship — our largest fund-raising event of the year. The day is a lot of fun but it’s also a lot of work so please click on the SignUpGenius button below and sign yourself up for an open slot.
Sell Ads for the Program!
Download the Ad Placement Form
Remember: 35% of all Ad Sales will go towards your student’s personal band account! That is the highest percentage of all our Fundraisers!
- One Inside Full-Page Color Ad SOLD! Only one left!
- Back Cover SOLD!
MORE INFORMATION ON TOB CHAPTER X CHAMPIONSHIPS @ WEST ESSEX:
As you can imagine, a lot goes into hosting an event of this magnitude. It requires a ton of planning, lots of coordination, an army of volunteers and most of all teamwork.
Parking so many marching bands requires a bit of perspective to figure out not only where to put all the buses and equipment trucks but where all the bands will practice. Plus, you also need to expect the unexpected—like when two schools throw you a curve and arrive in their 18-wheeler through the back gate on Squire Hill Road.
Thousands of spectators arrive and we typically fill every last open parking space on campus and even on the grass behind the entire high school building.
The stands quickly fill with excited fans cheering on each band’s performance and purchasing 50/50 tickets.
The Concession Stand is packed non-stop with hungry band members, staff and spectators. Each happy customer walks away with some of the best home-cooked meals money could buy.
Candy Grams and Baked Goods sell so fast that we can hardy keep up with the demand.
The Hospitality Suite hosts all the judges and band staff with delicious food and deserts served throughout the entire competition.
In the end, this makes it all worth it…