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Marching 110

The Most Exciting Band in the Land!

Marching 110

 

The Ohio University Marching Band is the 235-member marching band at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio.

Nicknamed the "Marching 110," referring to the original number of members in the band, the Ohio University Marching Band is known around the world for its unique marching style and choreographed dance moves. Founded in 1923, the OUMB has performed over 40 NFL halftime shows, at NYC's Carnegie Hall, in three Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parades, the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade, and internationally in Canada, Ireland, Italy and France. Today, the number "110" symbolizes the 110% effort expected of its members during each and every rehearsal and performance.

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1923
Marching Band Founded
1st
Marching Band to perform in Carnegie Hall
3
Macy*s Thanksgiving Day Parades
2010
performed in Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade
40+
NFL Halftime Performances
20 Million+
YouTube views

LIVE Halftime Stream

Check out the Marching 110's halftime performance LIVE during each OHIO Bobcats football game! Make sure to follow us on Twitter at @marching110 or like us on Facebook to know when the feed has gone live, and don't miss a second of the 110's performance. Once you see the tweet that the stream has gone live, visit our livestream on YouTube and enjoy the show!

Marching 110 Live Halftime Stream on YouTube

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Give to the Marching 110

Whether you are a Marching 110 alum, proud parent, encouraging friend, or simply a big band fan, you can put your passion for the Ohio University Marching Band into action by donating to one or more of our three giving funds: the Student Support Fund, Director's Fund and Equipment Fund. Learn more about each fund and make your donation today.

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