Eight HBCU marching bands where featured Saturday night in Atlanta for the 15th annual Honda Battle of the Bands at the Georgia Dome.

This year’s lineup performed in front of a reported crowd of over 55,000 spectators.

The eight bands featured for Saturday’s exihibition included Alabama A&M, Alabama State, Alcorn State, Benedict College, Bethune-Cookman, North Carolina A&T, Texas Southern and Winston-Salem State.

We’ve found videos of all eight performances and ask that you take a moment to select a winner in our poll.

Alabama A&M

Alabama State

Alcorn State

Benedict College


North Carolina A&T

Texas Southern

Winston-Salem State

The poll will close Wednesday, Feb. 1 at 11:59 p.m. (CT)


    • c’mon…nice try, Benedict College Alums!

      I graduated from Texas Southern, but it easy to see that Bethune-Cookman was the most precision-based band. Parallel knee-bend, toes pointed, high marching…and a wonderful sound. Let’s give credit where it is deserved…..

      • They sound great but were boring as usual! This was a band competition and a band is suppose to show up and show out. The show wasnt memorable. Sorry.

  1. I was very much impressed with the first band. It was there first time being in the BOB but they kept the crowd engaged. Hope to see them next year. The quality was on par with the two Acura’s and three Honda’s I’ve purchased.

    I will be certain to attend their football games to see more.
    Go Tiger!


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