Royal New Zealand Army And Air Force Team Will Join Military Tattoo

Royal New Zealand Army And Air Force Team Will Join Military Tattoo National Youth Band Master Saula Macanavere leads his band during RFMF band centennial anniversary and Military Tattoo celebration march in Suva. Photo: Ronald Kumar.

The five-member team from the Royal New Zealand Army and Air Force band will join some 400 Royal Fiji Mili­tary Forces in the much-awaited Military Tattoo which starts today.

The event which starts at 3pm tomorrow at the ANZ Stadium is expected to showcase the best the RFMF band has ever offered.

Organising committee chairper­son Commander (Navy) Lepani Va­niqi says the public does not want to miss out this once-in a life event.

This year the band commemorat­ed its Centennial celebrations in August and the show tomorrow is culminating the band’s journey.


Commander (Navy) Vaniqi said: “The first segment will commence from 3pm to 7:20pm where the pub­lic will be entertained by local art­ists like- Voqa ni Delai Dokidoki, Wai Koula Kei Tavua, Leba Boi Yawa and Laisa Vulakoro”

“The second segment of the pro­gramme is the military tattoo and the chief guest will be the Com­mander in Chief, His Excellency the President of the Republic of Fiji.”

Today is the final rehearsal where children from orphanages have been invited.

“We are grateful that some corpo­rate sponsors have come onboard to assist us in hosting them.

“Tickets for Friday are selling fast and I would recommend for those intending to watch the show on Friday to buy their tickets early to avoid disappointments.”

Overseas viewers can watch live through TFL website on www.con­nect.com.fj.





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