Next time you're at Lambeau Field, make sure you check out The Tundra Line, the official drumline of the Green Bay Packers. This group of professional musical performers entertains fans at every Packers home game. On game days, you can see them performing for tailgaters before the game, in the concourse at halftime, and on the field during the game.
The twenty-five member musical ensemble combines modern rudimental drumming with a lively and energetic performance style. The Tundra Line entertains football fans of all ages and backgrounds, and adds an exciting live music performance element to the Lambeau Field experience.
The Tundra Line is currently celebrating its 10th anniversary season. The group was formed in the spring of 2007, and was originally composed of 15 members. The Tundra Line has performed at sporting events, pep rallies, parades, and other special events across Wisconsin, has been featured on The Weather Channel, The Today Show, and as guest performers at the NFL Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. The group has also collaborated with Heid Music and various local school districts to host educational clinics in Madison, Appleton, and Green Bay.
Tundra Line performers are skilled and experienced professional musicians who hail from across the state of Wisconsin. Current and former members have included veterans of marching bands and drum corps, including the U.W. Marching Band, U.W. Whitewater Warhawk Marching Band, Colts, Kilties, Madison Scouts, Cadets, and Phantom Regiment.
Tundra Line auditions are held every year in late May or early June. Audition registration is closed at this time. For more information about auditioning for the group, please contact Patrick Coughlin at email@example.com.