Virginia International Tattoo

Mounting a mighty spectacle that changes every year, the Virginia International Tattoo summons more than 1,000 performers including fife and drum corps, bagpipers, military bands, precision drill teams, and performing ensembles ranging from step dancers to motorcycle stunt drivers. In 2019, the extraordinary cast of performers from around the world will include Switzerland’s Central Army Band, the Army Band of France, the OzScot Australia Highland Dancers, and pipe and drum corps from the
United Kingdom and Canada. These amazing artists will join in celebration of this year’s Virginia International Tattoo theme: Celebrating Women in Service to the Nation, honoring generations of women who have served in battle and on the home front.

EVENT DETAIL


Event Type: Signature Events

Start Date: April 25, 2019

End Date: April 28, 2019

Time: Daily

Venue: Norfolk

201 E Brambleton Ave Norfolk, VA 23510


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