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 Show Choir Community > Events > 2020 Season > Davenport Great River Show Choir Invitational 2020

Event Info

February 21st-22nd, 2020

Venue Info

Adler Theatre
136 E. 3rd St.
Davenport, IA 52801

Phone: (563)-326-8500

Event Details

No. of Attending Choirs:

  13 Mixed Groups
  6 Womens Groups
  9 Middle School Groups


  Davenport Central "Central Singers, Inc."
  Davenport Central "Blue Vibrations"
  Davenport West "West Connection"
  Davenport West "This Just In!"


  Ted Brimeyer
  Gates Crisler
  Matt Huth
  Kent Keating
  Gerald Kreitzer
  Andrew Last
  Justin Sands

Ticket Prices:

Adult $8.00
Students $5.00 (K – 12)
Seniors $5.00 (60+)

Adult $15.00
Students $8.00 (K – 12)
Seniors $8.00 (60+)


Davenport Great River Show Choir Invitational 2020

Event Site
Live Stream


Groups in order of placement

 Friend de Coup
 Mitchell High School
Grand Champion 
Best Vocals 
Best Choreography 

 The Classics
 Wheaton Warrenville South High School
First Runner Up 

 Happiness, Inc.
 Cedar Rapids Kennedy High School
Second Runner Up 

 South High Street Singers
 Fort Atkinson High School
3rd Runner Up 

 Good Time Company
 Iowa City West High School
4th Runner Up 
Best Band 

 Executive Session
 Sauk Prairie High School
5th Runner Up 
Best Female Soloist (Kalyn Schmit) 

Mixed Division - Tier I (Prelims)
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Mixed Division - Tier II (Prelims)
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Womens Division


 Wheaton Warrenville South High School
First Place 

 Sauk Prairie High School
Second Place 

 Northridge High School
Third Place 

 Classy Ladies
 Logan High School
4th Place 

 Center Stage

 Davenport North High School
No Placement 


 Cedar Rapids Kennedy High School
No Placement 

Prep Division


 Cedar Rapids Kennedy High School
First Place 

 Iowa City West High School
Second Place 

Middle School Division

Groups in order of performance

 The Panther Prowl

 Walcott Intermediate School
Placement Unknown 


 Bettendorf Middle School
Placement Unknown 

 Blue Renegade

 Williams Intermediate School
Placement Unknown 

 Neo Classic

 Harding Middle School
Placement Unknown 


 St. Michael Parish School
Placement Unknown 

 Electric Youth

 Edison Middle School
Placement Unknown 

 New Connections

 North Central Junior High School
Placement Unknown 


 Regis Middle School
Placement Unknown 

 Classic Edition

 McKinley Middle School
Placement Unknown 

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LEVIMagnu Tuesday at 3:23 AM
Post #84
The Class Act was awarded People's Choice.


msc2014 Tuesday at 2:31 PM
Post #85
Not a fan of this "award" it has nothing to do with who the audience thought was best. It basically is what groups parents stuffed the most money in a bucket.

JWill Tuesday at 8:46 PM
Post #86
Purely a fundraiser


msc2014 Wednesday at 1:00 AM
Post #87
Yeah it probably shouldn't be listed here as an award along with vocals and choreography.

Jeff. Wednesday at 1:42 AM
Post #88
We actually do have the People's Choice caption attached to Logan The Class Act; however, the "this is a non-competitive division" just supersedes that and covers it up. Häakon knows about that effect and it's just a tough thing to balance separated divisions with overall captions... it's on the list. I do agree with folks critiques of the award itself -- but it's hardly the only one of its kind out there. I know Altoona does an award for who drinks the most smoothies, and there was an Iowa competition a week or two ago that did Best Use of Band... not Best Band, but Best Use (?) of Band. What I'm trying to say is, we'll happily post whatever creative or seemingly unimportant captions competitions decide to award, but I think the show choir community has kind of accepted that BV BC and BB are the main ones.


benschrank Wednesday at 12:53 PM (Edited)
Post #89
I would like to note that Great River ALWAYS donates ALL of the money to charity, and never keeps a dime. The past several years it has gone to the HAVlife foundation, which has donated over $1 million to students in the arts who may not be able to afford the fees and costs of being in things like show choir. One year it went to the Red Cross to assist with flood relief. So while it may be "purely a fundraiser" at some competitions, and it is indeed "what group's parents shoved the most money in a bucket", at Great River it is also a philanthropic effort. If either of the negative posters had actually been in attendance at the event, they would have heard this announcement, and hopefully applauded it, rather than diminishing it. Great River donated almost $500 this year, and since they began the award has donated over $14,000 to HAVlife.

Perhaps we could all be a little more positive in the future? And perhaps the adults on this site could learn something from the positivity and support of the students on this site.

JWill Wednesday at 2:55 PM
Post #90
There are no negative posts on this thread. A simple observation.


fink53050 Wednesday at 3:27 PM
Post #91
I’m confused by the proposition that, because you’re donating it to another organization, that makes it not “purely a fundraiser” like other competitions. Isn’t that still a fundraiser?
Also, don’t most competitions keep 100% of the money they raised to support their program, help students who might not be able to afford fees, etc. I think it’s odd you want to make Great River out to be somehow different and better than all the other music programs who use competitions as a way to partially fund their programs. Companies like Fame aside, there are no for-profit competitions. All competitions are essentially philanthropic efforts.


msc2014 Wednesday at 3:41 PM (Edited)
Post #92
The point of the post was to inform the casual observer that "Peoples Choice" has nothing to do with the winning groups performance. The buckets are there first thing in the morning collecting money before any group has performed. A more accurate name for the award would be "most generous school" or something similar.
Nothing wrong with raising money as we all know how much all of these schools have to pay for things such as costumes, music, and choreography.


joechoir Wednesday at 5:12 PM
Post #93
The name is certainly misleading, but is this a huge deal?

It doesn't affect scoring in anyway and is perhaps poorly named and that's about it.

JustYourEveryDaySonO Sunday at 3:13 AM
Post #76
Does anyone have a video of Iowa City West. I really want to watch that amazing ballad again. PLZ ;(


Agustin_colon Sunday at 3:55 AM
Post #78
There’s a performance of them at Prarie!!

JustYourEveryDaySonO Monday at 12:15 AM
Post #83
Is there a link? Cause, I have been looking for it all day.


wstev522 Sunday at 2:41 AM
Post #75
Anyone have prelims placements?


NP3097 Sunday at 8:35 AM
Post #80
All I know is that mitchell was first in prelims by 30 points and that Wheaton was I think in fourth.

LEVIMagnu Sunday at 8:42 PM
Post #82
I heard Fort Atkinson was in second.


riewerts11 Sunday at 1:26 PM
Post #81
Great Day at Great River today, and. Huge shout out to Ted Brimeyer for his inspiring and amazing critique of Northside. Congrats to all!

willcl19 Sunday at 5:50 AM
Post #79
mitchell GC with bc and bv and WWS runners up


dylangomez Sunday at 1:25 AM
Post #69
Why does it say for Logan that it was not a competition for them? Anyone have the details?

LEVIMagnu Sunday at 1:31 AM
Post #70
that happens when there is only one group in a division. we were competing.


dylangomez Sunday at 1:48 AM
Post #73
From what I heard from a friend at Sauk is that Logan was technically being considered a Prep Group by Iowa standards?

Jeff. Sunday at 1:54 AM (Edited)
Post #74
Iowa does their divisions by school size. They call it 4A, 3A, 2A, and 1A. On SCC, we obviously use tiers. Logan was considered 3A, or Tier II, at this competition. Generally, schools can elect to bump up their division (if they wish). At any rate even with the divisions, typically all choirs are eligible for finals (so, I mean, what's the point of the 4A-1A in the first place? Off topic). So in summary, no Logan "The Class Act" was not considered prep here. 4A-1A is all varsity, just split up by school size. Hope that helps!

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