2013 Cheerleader auditions will take place Saturday March 23rd. You can watch the live stream of auditions and vote for your favorites here. Audition stream should begin around 10:30 AM.
Entering their 30th season, the Indianapolis Colts cheerleaders continue to be an integral part of the Colts organization. On the field, these women perform for more than 63,000 fans in Lucas Oil Stadium. Off the field and in the community, these women donate their hearts and time as community representatives for hundreds of events across the state. The Colts cheerleaders have appeared at charity functions, conventions, grand openings, fairs and tradeshows, among other events and donate their time to many charitable and civic causes each year.
Colts cheerleaders can add excitement to any occasion. Whether it be signing autographs, mingling with guests or performing their many dance routines, they are sure to add a special element to any event. The "Colts Cheerleader Show Troupe" was created in 2002 to offer civic and corporate organizations additional entertainment options. These members entertained the Troops at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and at a variety of other sporting events. In 2009, the cheerleader Show Troupe participated in a 25-day Armed Forces Entertainment Tour in Egypt, Jordan, Turkey, Greece, Italy, and Spain. In 2010, the show trip did a 10-day promotional tour in Mexico City and a 7-day Armed Forces Entertainment Tour in Japan. The squad started 2011 off right with a trip to London, England to perform at the NFL International Super Bash! In 2012 the cheerleaders logged more than 127 hours in the 10 days leading up to and including the Super Bowl here in Indianapolis.
Colts cheerleaders participated in approximately 300 community events throughout Indiana last year, logging more than 1,500 hours of service.