It is our privilege and pleasure to introduce you to Texas A&M University’s High-Flyin’, Death-Defyin’, Internationally Famous, Fightin’ Texas Aggie Wranglers!
Our mission is to positively promote the Aggie Spirit through performing and teaching our distinctive style of country and western dance while upholding our values of commitment, humility, integrity, respect, and partnership.
We are an exhibition country and western dance team founded in 1984 and run solely by Texas A&M students. Through our unique high-speed polka and jitterbug routines, we share our passion for dancing and love for Texas A&M with people all over the city, state, nation, and world! We perform anywhere and everywhere absolutely free of charge. When we are not performing, we teach over 2,000 students, faculty, staff, and community members every year how to two-step, waltz, and polka in our distinctive style of country western dance!
We have been honored with personal invitations by President George Bush 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, Walt Disney World in Orlando, and the Houston Texans halftime show.
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A brief history of our organization, established in 1984
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