University of Colorado "Golden Buffalo" Marching Band

University of Colorado "Golden Buffalo" Marching Band
University of Colorado, Boulder "Golden Buffalo" Marching Band
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CU Set in 2010
School University of Colorado at Boulder
Location Boulder, Colorado
Conference Pacific-12 Conference
Founded 1908
Director Dr. Matthew J. Roeder
Assistant director Dr. Dana Biggs
Members 225
Website http://bands.colorado.edu/marching/

The "Golden Buffalo" Marching Band is the marching band at University of Colorado at Boulder.

The University of Colorado "Golden Buffalo" Marching Band is the Pride and Heart of the CU-Boulder Campus. The band itself consists of 225 members from each school on campus. The band performs at each home football game, select away games, bowl games and every Friday night before home games on Pearl Street for the Pearl Street Stampede.

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Fight Songs

~Glory Colorado~ Glory, glory Colorado/ Glory, glory Colorado/ Glory, glory Colorado/ Hurray for the Silver and the Gold!/ (repeat)

~Go Colorado~ Away we go, go buffalo/ We want a Colorado victory/ Show them we're out to win this game/ Come on Colorado push on to fame/ Fight for the Silver, Fight for the Gold/ Give a rousing cheer (WooHoo!)/ Hey buffalo, we're gonna show/ Go Colorado, Lets go!

~Fight CU~ Fight CU down the field/ CU must win/ Fight, fight for victory/ CU knows no defeat/ We'll roll up a mighty score/ Never give in/ Shoulder to shoulder/ We will Fight, Fight/ Fight, Fight, Fight!

Pearl Street Stampede

This tradition is known as either the Pearl Street Stampede or the Buff Stampede. Regardless of the weather conditions The Stampede begins every Friday night before home games at the Court House on Pearl Street Mall and marches West on Pearl to the Daily Camera Building. The stampede is led by Stephen Tebo’s antique CU firetruck and concludes with a pep rally in the Daily Camera Building Parking Lot at 11th and Pearl.

Buff Basketball Band

97 select musicians that performs for CU Men's and Women's Basketball games home games at Coors Events Center. This popular and enthusiastic group has also traveled with the teams to Big 12 Conference and NCAA tournaments. Open by audition to any student at CU who participated in Golden Buffalo Marching Band in the Fall.

Service organizations

Kappa Kappa Psi (ΚΚΨ) - Alpha Iota Chapter

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