London New Year’s Day 2015

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London New Year’s Day 2015
Trip Information
Travel Details
Depart Saturday December 27, 2014
Return Saturday January 3, 2015
Times TBA using multiple airlines
including Delta, British Airways, and
United
Valid Passports and Visa’s are required
Includes 1 Checked Bag up to 50
pounds and Shipping of Instrument
Economy Travel
Also includes transfers to and from
Hartsfield and Hethrow Airports
The Parade
2015 will mark the 29th annual parade
and Festival
The parade route includes Piccadilly
Circus, Regent Street, Trafalgar Square,
and Whitehall with a finale area
adjacent to the Palace of Westminster,
Big Ben, and Westminster Abbey.
A street audience in excess of half a
million people typically attends the
parade
TV Broadcasts of the Parade reach
over 280 million and is the most
televised New Year’s Day parade in the
world
Cadogan Hall Performance
Concert as part of the London Gala
Concert Series featuring our Chorus,
Orchestra and Wind Ensemble
Members
Home of the Royal Philharmonic
Orchestra
People pay money to hear these
concerts (free tickets are given to
chaperones and non-performers)
Concerts are recorded and
broadcasted
We will be performing at their
Christmas themed event… Date TBA
Included Guided Tours
London’s West End
Tower of London including Crown
Jewels
Greenwich including Royal
Observatory, Prime Meridian, and
2012 Olympic Park
Cruise on the River Thames
Windsor and Hampton Court including
Tudor Palace
Included Audio Tours
All audio walks are done in group and
located on a personal mp3 player that
is yours to keep.
Parade Route Guide
Princes, Palaces, and Power
Art-rageous London
Murder Mystery and Mayhem in
London
London – Rock & Roll Capital of the
World
Harry Potter’s London
Accomodations
Six nights at a First Class Hotel in
downtown London.
All chaperone rooms double
occupancy
Most student rooms double
occupancy, but can be triple or quad
depending on bedding
Hotels TBA but have before included
Charing Cross, The Grand at Trafalgar
Square, or Intercontinental London
Security Included
Workshop with Dr. Tim
Author of “The Art of Successful
Teaching” and “The Joy of Inspired
Teaching” two of the leading books
and texts for music educators.
Considered the “gold standard” for
clinicians involving student leadership
in music.
Former director of Bands of America
and co-author of Essential Elements
Current director of education for Conn
/ Selmer and on the faculty at Ball
State University.
Most of the Stampede Officer Training
comes from his clinics
Other Inclusions
Unlimited access to “The Tube”
Buffet Breakfast each morning
Four Dinners in London at hotel or
various restaurants
Three Meal vouchers for fast food
outlets (valued at 12.00 pounds)
New Year’s Party at the Hotel
8X10 photo of the group
Tickets to a show in London’s West End
Trip Insurance
Cost
Total Maximum for all persons
$3,100
Estimate Trip Cost for Members and
Chaperones
$2,000 to $2,500
Land Only Portion Maximum
$2,100
Estimate Land Only Portion
$1,200 - $1,600
Schedule for Payments
November 22, 2013 - $100
February 18, 2014 - $300
May 2, 2013 - $500
September 2 - $600
October 27 – Final Payment
Fundraising
Normal Fundraisers
Normal 80% / 20% split after “Fair
Share” is met per normal policy
April General Meeting until August 11
100% goes to credits for fees and
London
Cooperate Sponsorships
20% to credits for person securing
Donations or Charitable Funds
Business must go to organization
Private donors can donate specifically
Specific Sale fundraisers will go 100%
to credits for trip
The activities still continue
Questions

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