Bermuda Drumline Perform In Indiana Parade

October 6, 2012

[Updated] The Sandys Showtime Drumline is set to make their debut in front of an estimated 100,000 strong crowd at the Circle City Classic Parade in Indianapolis, Indiana today [Oct 6], and you can watch them live courtesy of a video stream from

They recently left Bermuda to travel to Indiana, with the group [pictured above] consisting of 27 young people from Sandys Secondary Middle School, Berkeley and CedarBridge who range from 11 to 15 years old.

Tune in here on to watch the Circle City Classic Parade. As of this writing [11.42am] the Sandys Showtime Drumline has not yet appeared.

Update 12.53pm: The Sandys Showtime Drumline has just appeared in the live stream, receiving rave reviews from both commentators who called them “fantastic,” and admired their dance moves saying the Bermuda group was “bringing the Caribbean flavour.”

Many of the groups performing in the Parade are from colleges, and the commentators kept saying how amazed they were that the Bermuda performers included middle school students. The group also received praise for their sparkling white uniforms. A screenshot, courtesy of WishTV, is below.

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  1. Jameka Smith says:

    All the best with your performance! I trust it would be a great experience for all of you.

  2. Proud Mama says:

    Waiting patiently! I’m so proud of this group. they practice hard and give up a lot of their time to prepare for their performances. Great job Mr. Washington, make Bermuda proud!

  3. Smoo says:

    Sandys jus did very well! Helping to put Bermuda on the Map! Good Job!

  4. Honestly says:

    YAY! I saw them in their white uniforms representing Bermuda. Positive vibe from announcers! So proud! Well done Bermuda Showtime Band!

  5. Second says:

    Great job everyone!! You are to be commended for making Sandys and Bermuda proud!! Thanks to the band members, parents, Mr Washington and other supporters who made this possible