Canada's Best Kept Secret!
Whether you’re watching for the first time or reliving the spectacle all over again, you’ll find something to love about the 2015 Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo. This stunning cast of thousands weaved together a seamless show featuring gymnasts and acrobats, motorcyclists and bicyclists, military musicians, pipers and drummers, display teams, and more!
The 2015 show commemorated the 100th anniversary of LCol John McCrae’s immortal poem In Flanders Fields as well as touching tributes celebrating Reconciliation following the end of the Second World War and the Menin Gate Memorial in Ypres, Belgium.
Every year fans from around the world flock to Halifax to see this world-class show. With international military, police and civilian performers, there is always something for everyone. We stir the heart and call you home!
CANADA: Stadacona Band of the Royal Canadian Navy, Royal Canadian Air Force Band, Canadian Armed Forces Composite Reserve Band; Pipes and Drums from; RCAF Winnipeg, 12 Wing Shearwater, 2 RCHA Petawawa, 2 RCR Gagetown, 5 Canadian Division Support Group Gagetown, 1 Nova Scotia Highlanders, Atlantic Region Cadets, Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo/Black Watch Association (Atlantic), Gaels of Fundy; Royal Canadian Navy Guard; RCMP National Ceremonial Troop; Tattoo Adult and Children’s Choirs; Tattoo Highland Dancers; Nova Scotia Irish Dancers; Tattoo Extras; Vocal Soloists PO2 Brad Davidge, Marcel d’Entremont, Sgt David Grenon, MWO Andreas Henser and Liz Rigney.
ESTONIA: Club Piruett
FRANCE: Groupe d’Intervention et de Protection, Service des Compagnies motocyclistes de la préfecture de police de Paris
GERMANY: Heeresmusikkorps Ulm, Wachbataillon, Gym Wheel Team Taunusstein, Sportverein Kirchdorf
NORWAY: His Majesty The King’s Guard Band and Drill Team
OMAN: Royal Army of Oman Pipes & Drums
SWEDEN: Home Guard Band of Eslöv
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA: Middlesex County Volunteers Fifes & Drums, Fellswater
INTERNATIONAL: North America Brass Band Summer School
Canada, 2015, Color, 90 minutes.
DVD BONUS FEATURE: "Explore Nova Scotia"
NTSC Region 0 encoding (Entire World)