Planning is now going ahead for the Liverpool Plains Military Tattoo, to be held on Saturday 6 March 2021. The Military Tattoo is a free event that has developed into a family fun day with a great social atmosphere and 2021 will commence with markets from 4pm with the main event starting at 7pm and followed by a fireworks display after the conclusion of the performances.
Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) Mayor, Councillor Doug Hawkins said that since its inception, the LP Military Tattoo has evolved to showcase military bands in exhibition format as well as paying homage to the Edinburgh Military Tattoo.
“We are now looking forward to presenting it in a Covid-safe fashion in 2021.
“Although it is a free event, those wishing to attend will have to register and you an do that now at https://www.trybooking.com/BMYOP. Avoid disappointment by registering as soon as possible,” he said.
“Although sites for stallholders at the markets are free, potential stallholders must apply for one. Applications are now open at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LPMTM21. Any stallholder who just turns up on the day without being registered will not be allowed to set up,” he continued.
“We are looking forward to 2021’s event being the biggest and best that has been staged to date. Go to the Tattoo website https://www.liverpoolplainsmilitarytattoo.com.au/ for more information or call Council’s Community Events Officer, Andrew Ballard, on 6746 1755,” he said.
“Not only do locals attend the Tattoo, we also have increasing numbers of visitors from our Sister City - Blacktown City as well as from the Hunter, New England and North-West coming along to enjoy a great afternoon/evening’s fun and entertainment. We look forward to you joining us at Longfield Park Quirindi on March 6,” Councillor Hawkins concluded.