Brea and Garden Grove, CA United States
|2008||World of Incognitians - World of Incognitians|
|2009||LIFE - Adrenaline * Love * Anger * Enlightenment|
|2010||Transformation - Transformation|
|2014||<3 – less than love - Romeo and Juliet * Romeo and Juliet * Carmen * Original Music|
|2015||Planet Incognito - World of Incognitians * Mars (from The Planets) * Jupiter (from The Planets)|
|2016||Falling - Heaven * Falling Slowly (from Once) * Der Erlkönig|
|2017||La Belle Du Bal - Music by Saint-Saëns * Music by Bach * Music by Debussy * Music by Sia * Original compositions by Tony T. Nguyen|
|2018||Neverland - Learn to Fly * Lost Boy * Neverland|
|2019||The Muse - Resistance * Starlight * Hysteria|
|2021||Not competing in 2021 season|
The Incognito Drum and Bugle Corps is an Open Class competitive junior drum and bugle corps based in Brea and Garden Grove, California.
Tony T. Nguyen founded the Incognito Drum Line in 2005, and the unit competed in the Southern California Percussion Alliance, the American Drum Line Association, and Winter Guard International percussion circuits.
In 2007, the Incognito Winter Guard was added, competing in the Winter Guard Association of Southern California and Winter Guard International.
In 2008, Nguyen and others finally founded the Incognito Drum and Bugle Corps of Norwalk, California, and the corps was approved by Drum Corps International (DCI) to compete as an Open Class corps. The corps appeared in seven California contests in 2008. Relocating to Orange, California, the 2009 corps was in seven California shows and left the state for the first time with a weekend tour to New Mexico and Arizona.
Although the corps weathered the Great Recession of 2007-09, by 2010, economic conditions forced the corps to end its season after the 4th of July and take time to build a more stable financial base.
After more than three seasons of inactivity, DCI announced on May 21, 2014 that Incognito had been approved to return to the field, joining six other corps as additions to the DCI Open Class summer schedule.
Through 2017, the corps has marched a short season of about three weeks of mostly Southern California shows.
Highest Score 65.550
Final show in DCX Archives July 20, 2008 Loudest Show on Earth Vallejo CA placed 6 with a score of 65.550
Highest Score 67.350
Final show in DCX Archives July 19, 2009 Loudest Show on Earth Dublin CA placed 6 with a score of 67.350
Highest Score 45.650
Final show in DCX Archives July 13, 2014 So Cal Classic Open Class Championship Cerritos CA placed 9 with a score of 45.650
Highest Score 43.500
Final show in DCX Archives July 12, 2015 So Cal Classic Open Class Championship Cerritos CA placed 9 with a score of 43.500
Highest Score 41.750
Final show in DCX Archives July 17, 2016 So Cal Classic Open Class Championship Bellflower CA placed 8 with a score of 41.750
Highest Score 50.400
Final show in DCX Archives July 16, 2017 So Cal Classic Open Class Championship Bellflower CA placed 7 with a score of 50.400
Highest Score 48.450
Final show in DCX Archives July 21, 2018 Diablo Valley Classic Pacific Open Class Championship Pleasant Hill CA United States placed 10 with a score of 48.450
Highest Score 54.550
Final show in DCX Archives July 20, 2019 Gold Showcase Vista CA United States placed 9 with a score of 54.550