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The new ADLA Store is open and taking orders.   Get your t-shirts, hats, hoodies and other ADLA goodies at our new online store.

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2018 Raffle – Winning Tickets

Here are the winning raffle tickets in draw order.  We will update this list as prizes are selected/redeemed.

We’d also like your feedback and input on the 2018 season.  Subscribe to our mailing list and we will send you a survey in a couple of weeks with all the survey details.

The first ticket drawn will have choice of 1 of the 12 raffle prizes.  The second ticket will have choice of the remaining 11 raffle prizes…and so on down the list.

To claim your prize you will need to contact us via email or cell/text to provide proof of winning ticket and coordinate with us receipt of the prize.

We would like to also thank the sponsors who provided these great raffle items and make it all possible – Mapex, Pacific Crest Youth Arts Organization, Synergy Percussion, Lone Star Percussion, Jim’s Music, and Steve Weiss Music.

Drawn Ticket Numbers:

  1. 0587752 – Mapex Drum Set
  2. 0587780 – Rose Bowl Tickets
  3. 0393746 – $250 Steve Weiss Gift Certificate
  4. 0393483 – Synergy Mapex Snare Drum
  5. 0417911 – Jims Music Mapex Snare Drum
  6. 0587476 – $100 Lone Star Percussion Gift Certificate
  7. 0587809
  8. 0587633
  9. 0393413
  10. 0587722
  11. 0393277
  12. 0393579

Please contact us immediately if you are holder of a winning ticket and thanks again.

Thanks for your support of the raffle.

ADLA
email: info@myadla.org
cell/text: 714-512-2116

2018 Championships Program

This year there is no charge for the program and it is available electronically at 2018 ADLA Championship Program.   Keep it handy on your phone/device and be sure to visit our partner/sponsors sites while viewing the program.

Announcement Process Script and Information

Announcement Procedure – It is important you update your ensemble show and demographic information in advance of show day.  This will insure the correct information is announced.   Additionally, show information will be available to judges for their reference.
• Prior to the ensemble entering the floor to setup, the Timing and Penalty judge will announce the start of the interval time to you. During this time, music will be played through the PA system.
• As the ensemble is setting up, the Timing and Penalty judge will periodically announce the setup time to the director. The Timing and Penalty judge will also monitor the judges to be sure they are ready for the start of the performance. During this time, music will be played through the PA system.
• If at any time the judges are not ready, the interval time will be suspended and the ensemble will be notified of the suspension of the interval time by the Timing and Penalty judge.
• If the ensemble has any pre-show music, the house music will be faded out at the start of the pre-show music.  Please inform the T&P judge if pre-show music is to be used.
• When the ensemble is ready, the director will notify/queue the Timing and Penalty judge and he/she will cue the announcer. The music will be faded out and the announcer will say:
Please welcome from (city and state/country), (name of ensemble).
(Brief Pause / Audience Acknowledgment )
Performing their program (program title), The ADLA is proud to present (name of ensemble).”
• At the conclusion of the performance, the announcer will say:
“(Name of ensemble) from (city and state/country), under the direction of (director’s name).”  Music will fade in as the ensemble leaves the floor.  Announcer will make no other announcements related to the ensemble.
• Ensembles must plan on this announcement as part of their interval time.
Source:   2018 WGI Adjudication Manual

Forms, Publications, Rules, Sheets

All forms, publications, sheets, and rule books can be found in “Forms and Publications“.

Something you don’t see or wish we would add here – let us know by emailing us at info@myadla.org.

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