We know Texas has some incredibly talented musicians & they also include marching bands too. Many high schools & colleges are full with talented musicians & thanks to the generous hand of Metallica, some lucky schools have a chance to win the Inaugural Metallica Marching Band Competition.

Well all the submissions have been sent & chosen... and of all the submissions a total of 10 different Texas schools have been chosen.

Which Texas marching bands are in Metallica's marching band competition?

If you go to Metallica's Marching Band website, you will find 6 high school marching bands & 4 collegiate marching bands. Also featured are videos of the Metallica submissions the bands sent. People can watch the videos, & vote for their favorite.

The high schools listed are:

While the collegiate marching bands are:

There's also schools from Arizona & New Mexico in Metallica's marching band competition

While there are 10 submissions from the state of Texas, there were a few from both the states New Mexico & Arizona that people can vote for as well.

The 4 Arizona schools include:

While the sole New Mexico school is Eastern New Mexico University in Portales, NM.

If you want to vote for your favorite, you have until December 31st 11:59 PT. Good luck & may the best school win!

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