Since 1984 Wranglers has grown to be one of Texas A&M University's most recognized student organizations and newest traditions. The Aggie Wranglers are a student-run, Country and Western exhibition dance group comprised solely of Texas A&M students.
What we do
We travel all across Texas, the United States, and the world performing choreographed high-speed polka routines and our internationally famous Aggie-style jitterbug. The Aggie Wranglers have been honored with personal invitations by President George Bush (41) to perform in Washington DC, the opening of the Qatar branch of Texas A&M University in the Middle East, the christening of the USS Texas nuclear submarine in Virginia, the 750th Anniversary of Gravelotte, Germany, the Retailing Hall of Fame in New York City, the Steamboat Springs MusicFest, and Walt Disney World in Orlando.
The Aggie Wranglers teach approximately 3,000 students, faculty, staff, and community members to polka, two-step, waltz, and jitterbug each year. Dance lessons are offered in six sessions: two sessions each in the spring, summer, and fall semesters.
Why we do it
We perform to show our love for Texas A&M University and our love for Country and Western dancing.