FFCC – Florida Federation of Colorguards Circuit Kicks off Season

Florida Federation of Colorguards Circuit kicks off on February 11 @ University HS in Orange City. Watch live throughout the season right here on box5tv.com! SIGN UP HERE

HOW TO WATCH

We are live on select weekends of the FFCC Season. Starting February 11 through Championships you can watch events on BOX5-TV.

Order an FFCC ProPass and all performing groups at each streamed event. The ProPass includes select season events & championships.

You can stream from your desktop, mobile device or TV. Available on Roku, FireStick TV and AppleTV. Don’t have your FFCC ProPass yet? – SIGN UP HERE

The following events are included with the FFCC Pro Pass

Feb. 11 – University HS (Orange City) – BUY HERE
Feb. 18 – Oviedo HS – BUY HERE
Feb. 18 – Plant City HS – BUY HERE
Feb. 25 – Freedom HS – BUY HERE
Mar. 4 – Durant HS – BUY HERE
Mar. 11 – Braden River HS – BUY HERE
Mar. 11 – Fleming Island HS – BUY HERE
Mar. 11 – University HS (Orlando) – BUY HERE
Mar. 23 – 26 – FFCC Championships (All Days) – BUY HERE
Mar. 23 – Day 1 – FFCC Champs – BUY HERE
Mar. 24 – Day 2 – FFCC Champs – BUY HERE
Mar. 25 – Day 3 – FFCC Champs – BUY HERE
Mar. 26 – Day 4 – FFCC Champs – BUY HERE

ABOUT BOX5-TV
BOX5 Media strives to create and deliver the highest quality streaming experiences for the most compelling performances anywhere in the world. The BOX5 team is extremely passionate about video production and the arts and believe no other company can match this level of detail and expertise in the marching activity and media production. Founded in 1999 as an audio company, BOX5 Media is still a family business in 2021. BOX5 is a boutique, specialty shop, exclusive business that wants to create the media that inspires the next generation of performers. 

For more information, please visit: box5tv.com

ABOUT FFCC
The Florida Federation of Colorguards Circuit (FFCC) offers a competitive outlet during winter for color guard, indoor marching percussion and concert percussion teams and Winds. Our competitive season begins in January and culminates in our Circuit Championships in early April.

The FFCC offers a variety of competitive classes ranging from the first year unit to the seasoned competitor. Our contests follow the rules and criteria of Winter Guard International (WGI) and are judged by both local and national judges trained to use WGI’s adjudication criteria.

Our Mission: To promote positive educational experiences through the competitive arena via the indoor pageantry arts.

For more information, please visit: ffcc.org