RHSEU Winter Review
February 1, 2020
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February 1, 2020
Welcome to the Rodriguez Winter Review Website
The Rodriguez High School Entertainment Unit will be hosting the 17th Annual Winter Review on Saturday, February 1, 2020 where schools compete in Color Guard, Percussion, and Drum Major "L" Pattern.
Below is helpful information regarding our event. Please direct your questions to our event director at email@example.com
(Updated on 01/27/2020 - Subject to Change)
Percussion and Guard Schedule: Main Gym
Percussion and Guard Spectators should plan to arrive well in advance of scheduled performance times as many shows finish early and you cannot enter the gym once a show has started.
Mace: Football Stadium
Military and Field Conducting: Blacktop
For your school's introduction, please download and complete the following form. Submit this document during registration: Announcer Sheet:
Adults - $10.00
Seniors (60+) - $5.00
Students (With School ID) - $5.00
Children (5 and Under) - FREE
Note: Credit/Debit sales will automatically have a 3.25% convenience fee added.
Spectator parking (Entrances on Fermi Drive) is available for a small fee.
Parking (Cash Only Please) - $5.00
Concession stands will be available.
Below are some rules and regulations taken from the NCBA site. Please familiarize yourself with the text in the event you are competing in.
Drum Major "L" Pattern
Competitions will be held rain or shine.
If your school will be participating in the competition, please download, print, and complete this survey after the event: NCBA Participant Evaluation Form.
All Units: NCBA utilizes Dropbox to distribute the judges comments. No SD cards are required.
Your CD MUST be labeled with your name, name of guard unit, and your school. The music MUST be on the first track. If you are competing in more than one category, you may not use the same CD.
Please note that your check-in time is prior to standby. After checking in, please remain in the immediate area, ready to be called.
Also, because there is no standard time for music to start for drum majors, you are responsible for informing the music coordinator when you would like your music to start before you start your competition (i.e. after I execute left and right turns, when I am in a pike, when I am at spread eagle). Do not assume that the music coordinator is a drum major.
Event Maps and Directions
Event Map (with driving directions)
Event Map Only
Below are some directions to Rodriguez High School.
For GPS system or Google Maps, you can enter our address: 5000 Red Top Rd, Fairfield, CA.
Directions from 80 (Buses and Judges):
Take the Red Top Road Exit. Coming from Sacramento, take a left on Red Top Rd. Coming from San Francisco, take a right on Red Top Rd. At the first light take a left on Watt Dr., a right onto Fermi Dr., a right onto Lopes Rd., and a right onto Red Top Rd (you will circle around the school). Due to parking lot configuration, only a right hand turn can be taken into the bus parking lot.
Directions from 80 (Drum Major’s and all spectators):
Take the Red Top Rd. exit. Coming from Sacramento, take a left on Red Top Rd. Coming from San Francisco, take a right on Red Top Rd. At the first light, take a left on Watt Dr., then a right on Fermi Dr. The main spectator parking lot is the first entrance on the right off of Fermi Dr. Drum Major participant/spectator parking is next to the football field/tennis courts.
Directions from 680 North:
Take the Gold Hill Road exit. Left on Gold Hill Rd. Right on Lopes Rd. Left on Red Top Rd.
BUS & JUDGE’S PARKING: Take a right into parking lot.
DRUM MAJORS & ALL SPECTATOR PARKING: take a right on Watt Dr., then a right on Fermi Dr. The main spectator parking lot is the first entrance on the right off of Fermi Dr. Drum Major participant/spectator parking is next to the football field/tennis courts.
For questions about our review or registration, please send an email to:
Rodriguez High School
5000 Red Top Rd
Fairfield, CA 94534
This page was last updated on: January 27, 2020