The Aggies are Comin’ to Town!

Fighting Texas Aggie Cadet Corps Marching into Cowboys Stadium Texas A&M University’s over 1900-member Corps of Cadets will march in Arlington with a step-off time of 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 9, as a prelude to the 2:30 p.m. Southwest Classic football game between Texas A&M and The University of Arkansas.

Step-off for the parade is from Parking Lot 13, located southeast of Cowboys Stadium at the corner of Sandford Street and Legends Way. The Corps will head north on Legends Way making a left turn heading west on Cowboys Way, circling the stadium and concluding again in Lot 13. The reviewing stand will be located at the entrance to Parking Lot 5 on the last leg of the march.

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The Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band is the largest military marching band in the United States. The band is famous for its unique style of military precision drill and performs at each Aggie home football game in front of crowds exceeding 86,000. The band also travels and performs drills at many of the Big 12 conference away games as well as in special events including the Presidential Inauguration Parade in Washington D.C., Corps Trip Parades, and other various dedications, and ceremonies. Over 300 cadets are members of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band who train, live, eat and are housed together as a unit of the Corps of Cadets. March-in Map
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