History

2018

In 2018, the band was awarded 1st place at the Littleton Western Welcome Week Parade and had great success in competing at the Monarch, Legacy and Harrison festivals. The Legend Titan Marching Band went on to place 1st at the CBA Metro Regional/Qualifier for the 5th year in a row!!! The band proudly finished the season with a 4th place performance at 5A State Championships.

2017

In 2017, Legend raised their personal bar again setting a new school all-time high score, and winning the title of 3rd in state for 5A marching bands! Following State Championships, the Legend Titan Marching Band had the amazing opportunity to travel to Indianapolis, IN to experience and compete in and Bands of America (BOA) Grand Nationals Competition.

2016

In 2016, the Legend Titan Marching Band had yet another accomplished marching season, competing in Grand Junction and other cities across Colorado, before going on to place 1st at Pomona Marching Festival as well as at the CBA Metro Regional. At state, they placed 4th in state for 5A high school marching bands.

2015

In 2015, the marching band continued its success and growth as one of the premier marching bands in the state. After earning 1st place at the Littleton Western Welcome Week Parade, the band finished 3rd at the Pomona and 4th at the Legacy marching festivals. Legend had a repeat 1st place performance at the CBA Metro Regional, and a repeat 4th place performance at 5A State Championships. The band went on to march in the London New Years Day Parade on January 1, 2016.

2014

In 2014, the band competed in the CO state fair taking 1st Place in 5A. Accomplishments for the year included 4th place overall in the Legacy Marching Festival, 1st in the CBA Metro Regional/ Qualifier, and 4th in 5A CBA State Championships, receiving their highest competition score ever at that time! The band also travelled to the BOA St Louis Super Regional competition and represented true Legend Titan pride in their first national competition.

2013

In 2013, the last of our band’s original members were seniors. The marching band accomplishments included 1st place in 5A at the CO State Fair, 6th place at both Legacy and Pomona, and then taking 3rd place at Regional competition and 4th place at the CBA State Finals. The band performed in the 2014 Gator Bowl parade and half-time show, taking 1st place in their division.

2012

In 2012, the band competed in the CO state Fair, celebrated a 3rd place finish at Legacy Marching Festival and an 8th place finish at Pomona Marching Festival. The Titans ended the season with 3rd place in the CBA Regional/Qualifying event and 3rd and 11th in the Quarterfinals and Semifinals at the State CBA Championships!

2011

In 2011, we had our first senior class. The band began the season at the CO State Fair Parade again where they won the Sweepstakes award! The band changed divisions once again, this time to 5A, and the Titans ended the season with 3rd place at Regionals, and 4th and 5th in the Semi Finals and Finals at the CBA State Championships! The band enjoyed their spring break with a trip to Hawaii, and was the first mainland band to march down the main street of Waikiki in a parade celebrating Hawaiian heritage.

2010

In 2010, the band began the year by competing in the CO State Fair Parade. The Titans finished the year receiving 3rd place and Top Percussion at the Fountain Ft Carson Marching Invitational, 2nd Place 4A at the CBA regional qualifying event, and performed in Semi Finals and Finals at the CBA State Championships!

2009

In 2009 (our first year), the band had 69 members and began its campaign at the Colorado State Fair Parade. Their first road trip was to the Grand Junction West Festival. The band finished 2nd in the CBA 3A metro regional competition, 5th in Semi-finals and 6th in Finals. The Titans finished their 1st year of marching band by traveling to San Diego, CA, to march in the BGA Holiday Bowl Game Parade. The band also holds the distinct honor of being the first band to march in the new millennium down Main Street in Disneyland on January 1, 2010. It is estimated over 35,000 people saw us march that night!