In 1967 and 1968, the band performed in Super Bowls I and II, respectively, prior to the NFL championship game being officially called The Super Bowl. Grambling's 1967 performance has been named "One of the Top 10 Super Bowl Halftime Shows" by Sports Illustrated magazine.
In 1972, the marching Tigers played in Monrovia, Liberia, at the inauguration of Liberian President William R. Tolbert.
In 1976, the GSU band performed in the first-ever Pioneer Bowl in Tokyo, Japan.
In 1977, GSU World Famed Tiger Marching Band performed in Mirage Bowl, Tokyo, Japan.
In 1978, GSU World Famed Tiger Marching Band, pushed back at HalfTime, Bayou Classic, to introduce their first all female dance line "ORCHESIS" to the World, Lead by Artistic Director/Choreographer Virgie Broussard (Pradia). One Original member of "ORCHESIS" was Choreographer/Producer Deborah A Gibson (MC HAMMER Too Legit Tour), and Cousin to Erykah Badu/National Recording Artist
In 1978, GSU World Famed Tiger Marching Band were HalfTime Guest performers for Dallas Cowboys at the Original Texas Stadium in Irving, Texas where the showcased their Original 10 Members of GSU Orchesis Dance Line; GSU
In 1999, the Tiger Marching Band along with GSU's acclaimed dance troupe "The Orchesis Dance Company" was featured in a nationally televised commercial as part of Procter & Gamble's "Tampax Was There" marketing campaign.
In 1999, the band was featured in commercial bumpers for Cartoon Network's "Cartoon Cartoon Fridays" block. They performed the main Cartoon Cartoons theme, as well as the theme songs for other Cartoon Network shows.
In 1981, the band appeared in "Marching Band/Coke Is It," an award-winning television commercial developed for Coca-Cola USA by Burrell Communications Group.
In 1982, Grambling State University World Famed Tiger Marching Band was Special Guest to the Emperor of Japan, perform in Osaka, Japan and halftime performers at the Tokyo, Japan Mirage Bowl game.
In 2001, GSU World Famed Tiger Marching Band was included in the inaugural parade for U.S. President George W. Bush.
In 2002, GSU World Famed performed in the motion picture Drumline.
The band recorded an album entitled "A Tribute To Motown" Motown Records (2005).
In 2006, "Season of the Tiger," a six-part docudrama aired, following members of the Grambling State University (LA) marching band and football team during the 2005-2006 football season. Produced by DAFT films and Black Entertainment Television (BET), "Season of the Tiger" was the second BET reality show to focus on life at a historically black institution (HBCU), and the first to highlight the competitive environment of marching bands at some HBCUs.
In 2007, the band performed in the award-winning Denzel Washington film, The Great Debators.
In the 118th Tournament of Roses Parade (2007), Grambling State's marching band was the marching band in the Star Wars Spectacular, in which all members were wearing Imperial officer uniforms. This was the band's second time in the Tournament of Roses Parade: 1980 being the first time an HBCU band was selected to march and lead in the Tournament of Roses Parade.
In 2009, GSU World Famed Tiger Marching Band was included in the inaugural parade for U.S. President Barack Obama.