AIA North Championships

Hampton Roads Coliseum – April 2 & 3, 2022

1000 Coliseum Drive, Hampton, VA.  23666

 

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Coliseum Walk Thru Video

Schedule of Events 

To see entries, please go to www.competitionsuite.com and click on “event registration” in the left hand column. Click on the number to the right of “registered” to see who is registered.
Schedules are available two Fridays prior to the actual event.

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULECOLORGUARD – April 2, 2022

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULEPERCUSSION/WINDS – April 3, 2022

JUDGES PANEL

For Percussion – assignment is in the order noted on the column header.  For example, Mike Lane is Mus for Marching/Concert/Winds and so forth down the column. (W- is WINDS)

Guard Judges Percussion – Marching/Concert/Winds Judges
 
EQ Jason Derting MUS/MUS/W-MUS Mike Lane
EQ Elisa Lessard MUS/MUS Nate Lavy
MV Katie Greene EM/ART Daniel Valadei
MV Bethany Hajny EM/ART/W-OE Chris Martin
DA Kent Baker VIS/W-MUS Kent Baker
DA Izzy Delgado VIS/W-VIS Mike Aycock
GE Dave Priester EV/W-OE David Coheley
GE Bob Thomas EV/W-VIS Brandon Cochenour
GE Josh Potter TP Bob Daffron
GE Jason Heard TP Trish Lese
TP Jim Beard    
TP Jim Paxton    
Ticket Information

Single Day Ticket Price:     $25 (adult 13+)     $15 (child age 6-12)     Free (child under 5)  
Payment Accepted:  Cash or Credit Card at the box office on the day of the event OR click the Ticketmaster Link below to purchase tickets online.  

**OF NOTE** Tickets purchased via the TicketMaster link will note a $22 and $12 ticket price; however, there will be an increase for tax and a convenience fee on top of the ticket price which will result in your ticket costing more than $25 or $15.

TicketMaster Link 

Volunteer

AIA North is excited to partner with Grassfield High School Booster Organization for our 2022 Championships at the Hampton Coliseum.  

 

Unit Information

All maps and flows are in one attachment.  Venue information provided in the Champs Information link.

                                             Colorguard, Percussion & Winds Champs Information                                                  

   Colorguard Logistics Information                                                  Percussion/Winds Logistics Information

Coliseum Information

COVID-19

Currently, the decision to require masks, proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test upon entry to an event is at the discretion of the promoter and/or artist of each event. If a show does have specific entry requirements, these policies will also be listed on the event’s show page.

We have taken additional health and safety measures to protect our guests. However, there is an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. By entering the Hampton Coliseum, you knowingly and voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.

AIA HAS DECIDED THIS EVENT WILL BE MASK OPTIONAL.  THE PERFORMER’S COUNTY/SCHOOL/DIRECTOR WILL DETERMINE WHETHER OR NOT THE PERFORMER IS TO WEAR A MASK.  HOWEVER, GUESTS SHOULD NOT ATTEND AN EVENT AT THE HAMPTON COLISEUM IF THEY ARE FEELING SICK, RUNNING A FEVER, OR EXPERIENCING COLD OR FLU-LIKE SYMPTOMS OR HAVE BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH COVID-19 IN THE PAST 14 DAYS. 

Disability Services

Hampton Coliseum strives to provide excellent service to all our guests including those guests with disabilities. The Coliseum is an ADA compliant facility. We provide a full range of accommodations for our guests to ensure their safety, comfort and enjoyment during their visit with us. 

Building Entry and Exits

All guests must enter the Coliseum through the front lobby/entrance facing the water fountain. The first door on the left and the first door on the right are equipped with power-assisted opening capabilities.

For patrons with tickets for accessible seating in the Loge section, located on the upper level, the Coliseum provides an accessible Handi-ride vehicle to transport you up the outside ramp to the second level.

For patrons with tickets for accessible seating in the Floor section, located on the lower level, please enter the lobby through the left-hand lobby doors and proceed left to the ticket taking area. You will find a wheelchair ramp beyond this area to access the floor seating section.

For those whose ADA tickets indicate areas other than Floor or Loge, please go to the box office window on the far right of the lobby for assistance.

Service Animals/Guide Dogs

Service animals are welcome in Hampton Coliseum and will rest in the seating area of the individual with a disability, rather than in the aisle. Your tickets will be in the wheelchair accessible seating location so there is room for your service animal. We suggest that the individual have proof of certification or a license for the service animal.

Restrooms

All restroom facilities at Hampton Coliseum are accessible.

Emergency Evacuation Procedures

Hampton Coliseum personnel have been trained in emergency evacuation procedures to ensure the safe evacuation of all patrons, including those guests with disabilities. Please pay careful attention to personnel instructions during an evacuation.

Cleaning & Disinfecting

Enhanced protocols are in place including but not limited to, the use of EPA Approved products specific to mitigation of bacteria and viruses, increased disinfecting of high-touch areas such as handrails, door handles, restrooms fixtures, and concession stands, and placement of hand sanitizer stations throughout the venue. Hampton Coliseum is a GBAC Star Certified Facility.

Clear Bag Policy – SPECTATORS ONLY

Each Patron is permitted entry with one, clear bag that does not exceed 12” x 6” x 12”.  Small clutch bags no larger than 4.5” x 6.5”, medically necessary bags or equipment, and diaper bags are not required to be clear, but are subject to inspection prior to entry. 

General Guidelines

  • Laser pointers are prohibited.
  • Selfie sticks are prohibited. 
  • Smoking is prohibited at Hampton Coliseum. “Smoking” means (1) lighting or burning any type of tobacco, including but not limited to cigarettes, cigars, cigarillos, and pipes (2) lighting or burning of non-tobacco plants, incense, spice (or spice like product), or marijuana; and (3) using electronic cigarettes.
  • Children 2 years of age and up must have a ticket for most events. Children under 2 without a ticket must sit on a parent’s lap (subject to change). Please refer to event page for event-specific policy.
  • All patrons are subject to search prior to entry.
  • No illegal weapons allowed.
  • No outside food, beverages, coolers, or bottles allowed.
  • For rules pertaining to a specific event, please refer to the event page.
  • Non-professional cameras are permitted for most performances (palm-size or smaller, no detachable lenses). No audio or video recording is permitted for any performance unless otherwise specified. Please refer to event page for event-specific camera policy.

Unit Directors and Staff:

Will be responsible for ensuring your performers do not bring prohibited items into the coliseum, and it is imperative you monitor your performers throughout the event.  The Coliseum is a big facility, and it is very important to keep your unit together to ensure the safety of your performers.    

Fundraiser/Vendor Information

Member unit fundraising efforts are approved free of charge at the coliseum.  Minimally priced novelty items are permitted for sale in fundraising efforts; however, no food items are permitted for sale. Please complete the form at the link below and submit it to Nancy.ro@atlanticindoor.org no later than March 18, 2022.

Fundraiser Table Request Form

Commercial vendors must contact AIA via the email above.  Cost for commercial vendors is $500 per day.  Vendors must have and must provide a comprehensive liability insurance policy in the amount of $1,000,000.  Vendor is also responsible for reporting all sales tax due to the proper taxing authority.

Commercial Vendor Request Form

General Information

Emergency Info

Concessions Menu/Cost (subj. to change)                                                                           T-Shirt & Pin Sale

 

Seeding Information

AIA North Championships Seeding Chart (updated weekly)

2022 AIA North Color Guard Championships Performance Order Procedure

Performance order within each class will depend on the number of competing units. A final schedule will be released following the second to last contest (March 19, 2022). 

 For classes with eight or fewer units, the performance order will be randomized and performance time will be released with the preliminary schedule.  

For classes with nine or more units, the performance order will be determined by seeding, grouping into thirds, and then randomizing

  1. In order to compare scores from different contests and account for growth, the score that each unit receives at its final AIA contest will be scaled by the formula below. This is the final score with any penalties applied, but would not be a score of 0 from a no show. 
  2. The scaled scores will be ordered from lowest to highest and then divided into thirds. 
  3. The lower third grouping will perform first, the middle grouping will perform next, and the higher scoring third will perform last. Within each third of the class, unit performance order will be randomized. 

My unit’s final AIA contest was on_date_ , so _x_ points will be added to the score received on that date to get the scaled score. 

Date:

5-Feb

12-Feb

19-Feb

26-Feb

5-Mar

12-Mar

19-Mar

Host HS – North

Patriot

Jefferson Forest

Woodgrove

Potomac

Grassfield

Mt Vernon 

Powhatan

Points Added:

+12.5

 

+10.5

+8.5

+6.5

+4.5

+3

+1.5

Comparative scores will be calculated from the last score received at an AIA show as follows: 

  1. Units’ scores from AIA contests on the final weekend of seeding are the baseline (no change). 
  2. For all other units, take the unit’s last AIA score and: 
    1. Add 1.5 points for the final weekend.  
    2. Add 1.5 additional points for each March/April Saturday AFTER the unit’s last AIA show weekend and BEFORE the final weekend, if any. 
    3. Add 2 additional points for each February Saturday AFTER the unit’s last AIA show weekend, if any. 
  3. If a unit is reclassified after their last regular-season contest and have no comparable score in the new class (SRA1 to A3 or IRA to IA), the unit will be included in the middle third grouping.

 

2022 AIA North Percussion Championships Performance Order Procedure

Performance order within each class will depend on the number of competing units. A final schedule will be released following the second to last contest (March 19, 2022). 

For classes with eight or fewer units, the performance order will be randomized and performance time will be released with the preliminary schedule.  

For classes with nine or more units, the performance order will be determined by seeding, grouping into halves, and then randomizing

  1. In order to compare scores from different contests and account for growth, the score that each unit receives at its final AIA contest will be scaled by the formula below. This is the final score with any penalties applied, but would not be a score of 0 from a no show. 
  2. The scaled scores will be ordered from lowest to highest and then divided into thirds. 
  3. The lower third grouping will perform first, the middle grouping will perform next, and the higher scoring third will perform last. Within each third of the class, unit performance order will be randomized. 

My unit’s final AIA contest was on_date_ , so _x_ points will be added to the score received on that date to get the scaled score. 

Date:

5-Feb

12-Feb

19-Feb

26-Feb

5-Mar

12-Mar

19-Mar

Host HS – North

Patriot

Jefferson Forest

Woodgrove

Potomac

Grassfield

Mt Vernon 

Powhatan

Points Added:

+12.5

 

+10.5

+8.5

+6.5

+4.5

+3

+1.5

Comparative scores will be calculated from the last score received at an AIA show as follows: 

  1. Units’ scores from AIA contests on the final weekend are the baseline (no change). 
  2. For all other units, take the unit’s last AIA score and: 
    1. Add 1.5 points for the final weekend.  
    2. Add 1.5 additional points for each March/April Saturday AFTER the unit’s last AIA show weekend and BEFORE the final weekend, if any. 
    3. Add 2 additional points for each February Saturday AFTER the unit’s last AIA show weekend, if any. 
  3. If a unit is reclassified after their final regular-season contest and have no comparable score in the new class (PSRA to PSA), their latest score will be used to place them in their seeding half