Photo gallery 2019 begins a new era for the UW Marching Band

September 9, 2019

Beginning a new era in Badger Band history, the 300+ members of the UW Marching Band prepare for their first Badger Bash and Badger football game under the leadership of new band director Corey Pompey on Sept. 7, 2019.

Photos by Jeff Miller and Bryce Richter

Photo: Wide shot of people, mostly wearing red, listening to band and watching cheerleaders

Fans fill Union South's outdoor plaza for the the UW Marching Band's first home-game Badger Bash performance of the season. Photo by: Jeff Miller

Photo: Pompey wearing dark suit and white gloves on platform with arms raised, surrounded by seated uniformed band members

New UW Marching Band director Corey Pompey makes his public debut during the first-of-the-season Badger Bash at Union South. Photo by: Bryce Richter

Photo: Uniformed band members marching through tunnel

The UW Marching Band enters Camp Randall Stadium before the Wisconsin football team takes on Central Michigan. Photo by: Jeff Miller

Photo: Uniformed players passing uniformed band members playing horns

The UW Marching Band plays as the Wisconsin football team runs onto the field at Camp Randall Stadium. Photo by: Jeff Miller

Photo: Band member with motion-W on cheek

A UW Marching Band member's face is adorned with a little Wisconsin spirit. Photo by: Jeff Miller

Photo: Pompey in dark suit and white gloves standing on ladder in stadium

Preferring not to use a baton, new director Corey Pompey conducts with his own brand of intensity as the UW Marching Band performs its halftime show. Photo by: Jeff Miller

Photo: Drum major with baton surrounded by band members marching

Drum major Justine Spore leads the UW Marching Band in formation during the group's halftime performance at Camp Randall Stadium. Photo by: Jeff Miller

Photo: Band members cheering and pumping fists

UW Marching Band members react as the Wisconsin Badgers football team went on to defeat Central Michigan, 61-0. Photo by: Jeff Miller

Photo: Band members in uniform making human pyramid

The UW Marching Band is built on a strong foundation of fun, teamwork and endurance. Photo by: Jeff Miller

Photo: Band members marching with drums and cymbals

Percussion members take to the field for the start of the UW Marching Band's famous "Fifth Quarter" performance. Photo by: Jeff Miller

Photo: Band members with trombones intersecting

UW Marching Band members entwine their trombone slides as the band plays "Tequila" during their "Fifth Quarter" performance. Photo by: Jeff Miller

Photo: Fans wearing read standing, singing, and pointing at their heads

Fans sing along as the UW Marching Band plays "Hey Baby" during the band's "Fifth Quarter" performance at Camp Randall Stadium. Photo by: Jeff Miller

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