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10/19/2019

Fortissimo

19-07-18 19:00 - 19-07-20 21:00

The Ceremonial Guard proudly presents Fortissimo, a military and musical spectacular on the lawns of Parliament Hill nightly from July 18 to 20 at 7 p.m.

This year’s participants include the Latvian National Armed Forces Staff Orchestra, Drums and Dancers from Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg, the Dominion Carillonneur, The 30th Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, the Central Band of the Canadian Armed Forces and the Band of the Ceremonial Guard. Other participants of the Canadian Armed Forces include a Massed Pipes & Drums Band from across the Canadian Army and the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry Ceremonial Troop. For the first time since 2016, Fortissimo will feature a special performance by the SkyHawks, the Canadian Armed Forces Parachute Team. Admission to the public is free.

 

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