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This article is from the College marching band FAQ, by Adam Elman aelman@cs.stanford.edu, Meredith McClurg mcclurg@minerva.cis.yale.edu, Patrick Neschleba pjnesch@stanfordalumni.org and Craig Moe craigmoe@mindspring.com with numerous contributions by others.

26 What is Picnic Day? (college marching band)

Picnic Day is a festival at UC Davis held on some Saturday every April.
Picnic Day (also known as "Davis Day" to the LSJUMB) includes a parade in
the morning, and a "Battle of the Bands" in the afternoon. The rules of
the Battle are simple: each band has a turn to play a song. If you repeat
a song that you or any other band has played, you're out. If you miss
your turn (including leaving), you're out. If you play another school's
traditional closer/fight song, you're out. The usual participants are the
UC Davis Aggie Band-uh, the Cal Band, the LSJUMB, and the Humboldt State
Marching Lumberjacks. In recent years, they've been joined by the UCSD
pep band, as well as a couple of other bands at various times.

 

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