In observance of Memorial Day, the Crossmen Office is closed and will open Tuesday, May 26, 9am cst.
In a continued effort to reduce the risk of exposure, we have closed the San Antonio office and will tentatively re-open our doors Friday, June 5. We will continue to operate remotely, M-F, 9am-5pm CST, and are all available by e-mail. Thank you all for your patience and understanding. firstname.lastname@example.org • 210.627.6122
To Our Vast and Unwavering Crossmen Community: Crossmen will be facing a financial crisis in the coming months. This new movement will take great efforts from our community. Crossmen have proven to be a resilient force over the years and we will continue our legacy with the help and support from our community. We unquestionably need your support. 2020 will surely bring forward some of Crossmen’s biggest financial hurdles. We pride ourselves on our history and how resilient we continue to be through the hard times. Although it is easy to focus on today, we are here looking toward 2021 and beyond. If we can do what no other drum corps has successfully done, move from one state to another and survive and thrive, we can and WILL get through this. Together as one. In Unity. When all else is gone, only the Bones remain.
Crossmen is a San Antonio-based, 29-time finalist in Drum Corps International (DCI). Family, honesty, perseverance, dedication, independence, interdependence and excellence are taught and practiced by each and every member at Crossmen. We are committed to teaching our members the life skills they need to succeed.
Crossmen Winds, a dedicated group of 40 musicians, is made up of brass, woodwind and percussion musicians and performers. Crossmen Winds rehearses weekly from January through April in San Antonio, all while preparing for local, regional and world championship competitions all over the country.