As our community stages one of the greatest comebacks in the history of marching arts, we honor the passion, performance, and perseverance of Phantom Regiment by revisiting one of the most beloved productions in our 65-year history.
The events of summer 2020 sparked widespread discussion about systemic racism and prejudice in America. At Phantom Regiment, we've taken time to reflect and ask challenging but necessary questions about our organization's role in continuing these conversations and what our programs can do to make a difference.
After careful consideration, research and planning, Phantom Regiment is preparing to make its way to the Drum Corps International Celebration in August in Indianapolis. Prior to this event, we are planning to create as many on and off the field performances as possible in the Midwest area.
The Phantom Regiment not only gave me the three most exciting, intense, and rewarding summers I’ve ever had; It gave me experiences and skills that will resonate throughout the rest of my life. No other organization could have shaped me the way the Regiment did.
Sam Wildman, Drumline '13-15
Phantom Regiment has made a huge impact on my daughter’s life. I want y’all to know that when I first heard her tell me she wanted to join, I looked at your website and read the mission statement and thought it was a bunch of fluff. Wow, I was wrong. This was a life-changing experience for Ellie. Thank you for making that happen.
Chris Kiihne, Parent of '18-20 Color Guard Member
I would not be who or where I am today without the experiences I had in my four years with the Phantom Regiment. This organization teaches discipline and perseverance unlike any other place I have known, and along the way you truly learn how to be a better version of yourself.
Amanda Petro, Hornline '15-18
We have this incredible desire to reach into the heart of fans, get pushed to the ultimate exhaustion, and give a part of ourselves without asking for anything in return. That is who the Phantom Regiment is, and that is exactly why I’ve become the strongest version of myself I never thought was possible.
Carrie Hodousek, Color Guard '10-12
We Are Phamily
What started as a playful term of endearment has come to define our community. Whether you are a member, instructor, staff, volunteer, donor, or fan in the stands, thank you for being a part of our phamily.