Photo gallery: Marching Mizzou performs at Chiefs home opener

Marching Mizzou performed during halftime at the Kansas City Chiefs' 2022 home opener on Thursday, Sept. 15.

Sept. 28, 2022
Contact: Eric Stann, 573-882-3346,

Picture of a person conducting a marching band

This year, Marching Mizzou has 350 members including the Golden Girls, feature twirlers and color guard. It is one of the largest student organizations on campus.

This is a picture of Blake Daffron

Blake Daffron, junior, plays the clarinet during a Kansas City Chiefs themed practice on the day before Marching Mizzou headed to Kansas City.

Picture of a college marching band drumline

Anders Harms (left) and Isaac Rivera (right) practice their drumline routine at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City before the marching band’s halftime performance that night.

Picture of trumpet players practicing

Brass sections march at Arrowhead Stadium in their last practice before kickoff of the Kansas City Chiefs' home opener for the 2022 season.

Picture of Josie Linson

Josie Linson, senior, twirls her batons during rehearsal. Linson is one of four feature twirlers in this year’s line up.

Picture of Cooper Gibbs

Cooper Gibbs, one of Marching Mizzou’s four drum majors, leads the band through their halftime performance at Arrowhead Stadium. The group performed a shorted version of their typical halftime show.

This is a picture of Sneha Reddy

Sneha Reddy, senior, waves the Missouri Tiger flag in Marching Mizzou’s halftime performance at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.

Picture of Marching Mizzou on the field at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City

Marching Mizzou’s appearance in Kansas City is just one of many performances the marching band has lined up for the fall. In November, Marching Mizzou will represent the state of Missouri in the 2022 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Editor’s Note:

This photo gallery was organized by one of the News Bureau’s student writers, Samantha Novak.

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