Royal Nova Scotia International
Tattoo 2011 DVD
Filled with world-class performers from nine countries, the 2011 Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo paid tribute to our Canadian Forces, RCMP, firefighters, paramedics and all who serve our country in uniform. With a taste of authentic Nova Scotia culture and hospitality, outstanding local performers participated alongside top-notch entertainers from around the world.
Every year, massed bands, pipes and drums, dancers, acrobats, comedians, musicians, military teams, RCMP, historical characters and vocal soloists thrill audience members the first week of July at the Halifax Metro Centre. Experience the colour, pomp and ceremony that made the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo an entertainment and cultural icon at home and abroad.
Stadacona Band of Maritime Forces Atlantic, National Band of the Naval Reserve, Land Force Atlantic Area Band, Band of The Ceremonial Guard, Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo Association Pipes and Drums, Tri-Service Cadet Pipes and Drums, Army Pipes & Drums, Air Force Pipes & Drums, Obstacle Race Teams, LFAA EME Jeep Display Team, Tri-Service Guard, RCMP National Ceremonial Troop, Tattoo Choirs, Tattoo Dancers, La Baie en Joie, Tattoo Extras, Cassie MacDonald, Maggie MacDonald, Andrea Jeffrey, Derrick Paul Miller
Rullest Roller Skating Team
La Garde Républicaine Motorcycle Display Team
Heeresmusikkorps 12, The Drill Team of the 2nd Company from the Honorguard of the Department of Defence, Taunusstein Gym Wheel Team, Bicycle Team
Lochiel Marching Drill Team
Band of America's Few
First performed in 1979 for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo is an annual family event that captures the hearts and imaginations of thousands every year, the first week of July.
Granted Royal status in 2006 by Her Majesty on her 80th birthday, the Tattoo is one of the world’s premier cultural and entertainment events.
The Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo Society is a not-for-profit organization that presents the show annually with support from the Government of Canada, the Province of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Forces, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the Halifax Regional Municipality and the corporate community.
Canada, 2011, Color, 120 minutes
NTSC Region 0 encoding (Entire World)