Malta Military Tattoo

The 15th edition of the Malta Military Tattoo is being held in St George’s Square, Valletta, this weekend as part of the Valletta 2018 programme.

International groups participating this year include: Topside, the US Naval Forces Europe’s New Orleans-style brass band; the Bersaglieri di Trapani from Trapani, Sicily; and The Emerald Isle Dance Team – a formation of dancers from Dublin and Kildare in Ireland, led by members of the Cairde Damhsa Irish Dance Teachers Association. 

Several local military groups will also have their own display. The Band of the Armed Forces of Malta will be joined by the drill team, who display the precision and discipline of the military routines.

The Malta Police Force Band and the Police Force Drill Team will also take part.

The Massed Pipes and Drums band will be made up of four local pipe bands: 1st Cospicua Scout Group Pipes and Drums; 1st Ħamrun Scout Group Duke of Argyll’s Own Pipe Band; Marsa Scouts Pipes and Drums; and the Wallace Pipes and Drums – Malta. 

They will be accompanied by the Maltese group of Highland Dancers from the Artistique Dance Company.

The Malta Military Tattoo is being held today, tomorrow and on Sunday  at St George’s Square, Valletta, from 7pm. Tickets are available from or from the MFCC Offices, Level One Millennium Stand, Ta’ Qali or from the Embassy Cinema Complex, Valletta. For more information, visit or ,  follow MFCC and the Malta Military Tattoo pages on Facebook, or call on 2141 0371.

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