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Location Bell Centre.
Originally it was sounded by patrolling drummers and buglers to al local taverns that it was time to stop serving beer and for soldiers to return to their encampments. The modern tattoo builds on the early beat of the drum and blast of the bugle to create a spectacular variety show based largely on military pipes and drums and brass bands but sprinkled with other displays of military skills as well as civilian performing artists.
Timed to coincide with the th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge, our tattoo will be a family-friendly matinee performance paying tribute to that formative First World War battle fought by the Canadian Corps where it has been said our young nation came of age. It will re-acquaint all with the collective pride we share in our military heritage and community.
In commemorating the th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge this exciting show will feature thrilling displays of military and police pipes and drums, brass bands, and military skills. These fast-paced performances will be complemented by traditional French Canadian, Irish, English, and Scottish dancers representing the Fleur-de-Lys, Shamrock, Rose, and Thistle found in the flag of our fair city.
The Mohawk community that occupied this area long before the founding of Montreal years ago will be represented through their traditional dance. The Montreal Chan Lion Dance Club will be there representing the more recent arrivals and their contributions to our country and community. Loading MapFrench canadian tattoo
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