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Aggie Wrangler Performances

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Performance Considerations

When submitting a request, please remember first and foremost that the Aggie Wranglers is an organization comprised solely of Texas A&M University students. While the team is committed to making as many performances as possible, our members are full-time students first, with some of our members also balancing jobs in addition to their schoolwork. Because of this, there will be times that the team will be unable to make a request given the academic calendar. This also makes the team unable to commit to requests too far in advance within or beyond the current school year or when the dates of assignments, exams, etc. are not yet known.  Additionally, the size of the team in the summer can be small and therefore our availability is limited due to the fact that this is the time when our senior members have just graduated and our new members are being trained.


Please remember that as students our schedules change every semester and we can not commit to performances too far in advance. If your performance is more than 2 or 3 months in advance we may not be able to evaluate it until a later date. Our PR officer will be in contact with you regarding the status of your performance following your performance request submission. We typically evaluate performance requests 6-8 weeks prior to the performance date and notify the request’s submitter within a week of evaluation.

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Submission Process

The Aggie Wranglers require online performance request submission and we cannot accept performance requests via email. All requests will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis based on the time stamp of your online submission

Factors that are considered when assessing performance requests are:

  • The requested time of the performance

  • Purpose of the performance

  • The number of couples we have available

  • Safety of the venue

  • Other performances we have committed to

  • Travel time to and from performances

Submitting your request online does not automatically mean that the performance has been scheduled.


Performance Expectations

The Aggie Wranglers typically give a performance consisting of two polka routines as well as our High Flyin' Death Defyin' internationally famous Aggie Style Jitterbug. A performance can anywhere from 5-20 minutes, based upon request. 

If your request is confirmed, the team will be planning to arrive at the location one (1) hour before the agreed performance time unless otherwise specified in the request. The typical number of couples performing ranges from a minimum of  3 to a maximum of 10. However, the team does not guarantee it will be able to bring the maximum number of couples as that ultimately depends on individual students’ schedules.


Space Requirements

The Aggie Wranglers require roughly 5 square feet for every couple that performs, as well as a recommended 12-foot ceiling height.

For planning purposes, it is helpful to include the space available to give the team an idea of the maximum number of couples that will be able to dance. Ceiling height below 12 feet may limit certain moves that the team typically demonstrates at performances.

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In hopes of being able to continue to perform free of charge, the Aggie Wranglers gladly accept and appreciate donations to assist with costs associated with operating as an organization. Please email to find out more!


Change in Request Date/Time Change Policy 

The Aggie Wranglers reserve the right to refuse a confirmed performance if the requester changes the performance time by more than 30 minutes from the original time.

Since it is typical that the Aggie Wranglers may give multiple performances in multiple locations on a given date, this policy allows us to respect our team members' availability as well as other performance requests. 

Featured Performances

Below, you will find some of our performances throughout the years! 

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