Bethune-Cookman Marching Wildcats at Florida Classic on ESPN Classic, Netflix MARCHING ORDERS

The Stars of the Netflix Series "MARCHING ORDERS" to perform at the Largest HBCU Entertainment and Sports Event in the U.S.; Band takes Centerfield at 'Battle of the Bands' and B-CU and FAMU game; ESPN Classic to Air Game Live at 2 p.m.ET November 17

Regarded as the nation’s best, Bethune-Cookman University’s marching band always has a lot at stake.

In the Stage 13 unscripted original "MARCHING ORDERS," meet the incoming class trying to keep the legacy alive and the seniors who make sure they do.

Led by band director Donovan “The Devil” Wells, the Wildcats take it to the field every performance, risking college scholarships and national fame every time.

Catch the band in Orlando, FL at the Florida Blue Florida Classic game and Battle of the Bands.

Schedule and links below:
November 16
Florida Blue Battle of the Bands
7 p.m.
Amway Center, 400 W. Church St., Orlando, FL
Tickets start at $16. Click here to purchase tickets.

November 17
Florida Blue Florida Classic
Kickoff - 2 p.m.
Camping World Stadium in Orlando, FL and LIVE on ESPN Classic
Click here to purchase tickets

10 a.m. - FanFest, Free admission
Historic rivals Bethune-Cookman University and Florida A&M University meet on the gridiron for the 39th annual Florida Blue Florida Classic.

Auditions are only a fraction of the journey to being part of the Bethune-Cookman University’s “Marching Wildcats.”

It takes determination, hard work and an unrivaled bravado to be part of one of the most renowned college marching bands in the world.

“Marching Orders,” the Stage 13 original unscripted series takes viewers inside the Marching Wildcats, whose rich history includes being showcased in major sports events from the Super Bowl to NFL games and was even featured in the 2002 film “Drumline” starring Nick Cannon and Zoe Saldana.

This 12 episode series premieres on Friday, August 3 on Netflix and was produced by Stage 13/Gigantic Productions.

For students, getting in the Marching Wildcats will be one of their biggest life achievements.

The legacy, history and honor of earning a spot in the 300 members plus band is a pivotal moment that is often rooted in the students own familial histories.

Expectations run high for the new generation of Marching Wildcats.
“Nobody works as hard as we do,” Band Director Donovan Wells, in the series opener, said. “Nobody pays attention to the details as much as we do.”
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