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May 23, 2017 - 7:00 pm – May 24, 2017 - 9:00 pm

Tattoo Royale: Majesty in Motion

CANADA 150 Celebration Tattoo Royale Featuring the world-famous RCMP Musical Ride On the occasion of Canada’s 150th birthday, the RCMP Heritage Centre is organizing and producing a colourful and entertaining performance at the Brandt Centre on May 23 and 24, 2017. These two performances will celebrate Canada 150 and salute the citizens of Regina and the diverse communities and multiculturalism that makes up this great province, Saskatchewan. Everyone is invited to come out and be entertained and celebrate what a wonderful place we live in. Regina is widely recognized as the "Home of the RCMP” and it is an honour for the RCMP Heritage Centre to organize this celebration to commemorate Canada's sesquicentennial. This colourful and entertaining Tattoo will be the first performance by the RCMP Musical Ride on their 2017 Canadian national tour. Tattoo Royale will not only feature the world-famous RCMP Musical Ride, it will also throw a spotlight on a cross-section of performers representing different cultures, ceremonial performances of military music, marching bands, and competitions and displays by military and police. The Tattoo will be a fast moving and touching performance that celebrates our communities’ talents, mosaic of cultures and diversity. Audiences will be astounded by the pomp and circumstance of the men and women in uniform who dedicate a life of service to our country and communities. Tattoo Royale will be videotaped by Access Communications and broadcast provincially on Access 7 for the enjoyment of other Saskatchewan communities.

  Event Location

Brandt Centre, Evraz Place

1700 Elphinstone Street



S4P 2Z6

  Contact Person

Monique Goffinet Miller


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Event Cost: $20

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