Nova Scotia International Tattoo 2002
See highlights from the 2002 edition of the world’s largest indoor show with over 2000 national and international performers representing six countries. Sit back and enjoy the Tattoo’s unique combination of music, dance, military competitions, gymnastics, historical displays, comedy and so much more. The Nova Scotia International Tattoo draws an audience of over 60,000 in its 10-day run in Halifax every July. See why, or re-live the pageantry and splendour of the 2002 show. Featured Performers: Canada: Bands from Canada’s Navy and Army, Wood’s Manufacturing Company Brass Band, Maritime Forces Atlantic Gun Run Display Team, massed pipes and drums, military displays and competitions, cadets, gymnasts, dancers, choirs and the RCMP. Estonia: Club Piruett. Germany: The Band of the German Air Force No.3 – Münster Luftwaffenmusikkorps 3, The Motorcycle Display Team of The Berlin Police Force, Gym Wheel Team Taunusstein. Japan: Japan Training Squadron Band, Japanese Drum Unit “Sho-Zui Daiko.” The Netherlands: The Dutch Show and Marching Band “Door Vriendschap Sterk.” Norway: His Majesty’s The King’s Guard’s Band and Drill Team. The 2002 show also featured a moving tribute to the events of September 11th, a tribute to the 140th anniversary of The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment of Canada: 1862-2002) and the 60th anniversary of Dieppe. Canada, 2002, Color, 120 minutes.
Video Cassette available in NTSC
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