2021 Owasso Invitational




The 2021 Owasso Invitational will be held Sept. 25 at Owasso High School. In 2019, Bixby defeated former national finalists Jenks and Union to earn the top spot.

Bixby now has two consecutive wins at this early season contest and will be looking to add a third. However, returning finalists Jenks, Union, and a slew of other competitors will certainly try to break their streak.

11:15 Tulsa Memorial, OK
11:30 Fort Gibson, OK
11:45 Morris, OK
12:00 Berryhill, OK

12:15 Lunch

1:00 Bartlesville, OK
1:15 Collinsville, OK
1:30 McAlester, OK
1:45 Edmond Santa Fe, OK
2:00 Coweta, OK
2:15 Tahlequah, OK

2:30 Break

2:45 Stillwater, OK
3:00 Bentonville West, AR
3:15 Choctaw, OK
3:30 Fayetteville, AR
3:45 Union, OK
4:00 Jenks, OK
4:15 Bixby, OK

4:45 Prelims Awards Ceremony
The 12 highest-scoring bands will advance to finals, which begins at 7 p.m. The exact order of finals schedule will be announced at the conclusion of the prelims awards ceremony.
1. Bixby, OK*
2. Jenks, OK*
3. Union, OK*
4. Fayetteville, AR*
5. Choctaw, OK*
6. Bentonville, AR*
7. Bentonville West, AR*
8. Braswell, TX
9. Stillwater, OK*
10. Rock Bridge, MO
11. Blue Valley West, KS
12. Tahlequah, OK*
* 2021 attendee
1. Bixby, OK*
2. Jenks, OK*
3. Union, OK*
4. Choctaw, OK*
5. Coweta, OK*
6. Stillwater, OK*
7. Southmoore, OK
8. Bentonville West, AR*
9. Fayetteville, AR*
10. Collinsville, OK*
11. Tahlequah, OK*
12. Edmond Memorial, OK
* 2021 attendee
2019: Bixby, OK
2018: Bixby, OK
2017: Union, OK
2016: Union, OK
2015: Union, OK
2014: Union, OK
2013: Union, OK
2012: Union, OK
2011: Union, OK
Arkansas and Oklahoma
Music: Amanda Drinkwater, Glenn Fugett, Don Hill, and Bill Watson.
Visual: Curtis Costanza, Mike Tarr, and Bob Thomas.