Welcome to the Frontier Performing Arts Association

The Frontier Performing Arts Association is an entertainment driven and community oriented organization. Our members, staff, and supporters work together with pride to be a vehicle for the education and personal development of each individual while aspiring to excel in the drum and bugle corps activity.

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The trailer storing all of Frontiers instruments was found broken into in and most of our bugles were stolen.

At this point, we are considering that this would be a good time to convert from G horns to Bb horns.

We would be very appreciative of any donations to replace our instruments so that we can return to the field in 2012. For your convenience, we've added a PayPal link to the bottom of the left column.

We would also be grateful for any corps or organization willing and able to do so to loan or donate instruments. If they are playable, we can use them. If this is something you can do, please email the director at director@frontiercorps.org and we'll back to you quickly.

Board Meeting

Time: Sunday, November 20, 2011, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Location: TBD: please check back.

We're always looking for good people to join the board. If you are interested, please come on by or email us.

Posted by Bruce Jamilkowski on February 15, 2011

It's time...

FPAA has been working for the past few months on bringing the Frontier Drum and Bugle Corps back out on the field with the goal of competing in DCA and DCI all-age competitions in 2011 and beyond.

What that means is a lot of hard work, dedication and commitment from all interested people - be they staff, volunteer support, or performers. It won't be easy but it will be rewarding. In the course of the season, you'll question our collective sanity more than a few times (I sure did) but you'll have more memories and friends beside you than you ever thought you could have.

We want all folks that want to be involved in the activity, be they newcomers or alumni, to experience the Frontier family, the cameraderie and the feeling of work well done that comes when a plan comes together. If you marched Frontier in the past and left for any reason whatsoever, give it some thought if you still feel the pangs to perform when you see a half-time show or hear a band or corps.

The audiences may not always be large but they always appreciate the corps performance. That's guaranteed.

So, head over to the Frontier website and take a look. It's still being worked on but it's shaping up. Take a walk through the media pages, look at the pictures and watch the videos. We're always loooking out for more pictures to add; some of the albums are rather sparse right now and we'd be glad to have you share your memories with the us and the world.

Posted by Bruce Jamilkowski on July 21, 2010