Join the Beast of the East Pep Band

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2016-2017 Information

Do you want to be a part of one of the most spirited organizations on campus? Do you want to be a vital part of UNH sporting events? Become a member of the Beast of the East Pep Band! New members are always welcome to join second semester.

You will sign up for a specified number of games at the first rehearsal (usually one fewer than half) each semester. You can get a sub if you can't make an assigned game. Attending assigned games, volunteering at other games, and subbing for other players earn you points toward post-season travel.

The Beast of the East Pep Band is a course available for 0 or 1 credit: MUSI 462. You may add it once the semester starts if not done beforehand.

REHEARSALS:

  • FIRST REHEARSAL:
    Monday, January 30th
    6:10-8:00 PM
    PCAC M226
  • There are some games before the first rehearsal. Playing at these will count toward your required number.
  • Rehearsals are all required for performing members
  • Mondays 6:10 – 8:00 every week
  • As we get further into second semester, there will be fewer rehearsals
REGULAR SEASON PERFORMANCES:

  • Home men's ice hockey games
  • Home conference men's and women's basketball games
  • Some additional games such as women's volleyball or women's ice hockey
  • Games played at local arenas (such as Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester)
POST-SEASON PERFORMANCES:

  • Earn points toward travel for post-season games!
  • If you are selected to travel, the trip is at no cost to you (even meals are covered)
  • Band has traveled to Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, Minnesota, California, and more

Members are required to purchase a high-quality rugby shirt for $37 to wear with nice khakis for all performances. Order yours now!

If you are interested in joining, please fill out the form below:

Instrument you would play in pep band
(ctrl+click to select multiple) Must be proficient enough to sub and sight read
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