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Talbingo Tattoo

Starts: Saturday, 27 November 2021, 12:00 am
Ends: Saturday, 27 November 2021, 12:00 am
The Talbingo Tattoo brings the sound of the pipes to the Talbingo Mountains. An outdoor event, with a backdrop of the Jounama Dam, the Tattoo is a highlight on the local events calendar and sees performers and visitors from across New South Wales, Victoria and the ACT. The Talbingo Tattoo is in its sixth year, bringing together members of pipe bands from Canberra, Leeton, Tumbarumba, Wagga Wagga, Albury and Wangaratta. Held on the grounds of the Talbingo Country Club, the Tattoo counts Wagga City Rugby Male Choir, Wagga City Concert band, and a number of local musicians among its supporting artists. The event is planning to return in 2021.
Add to Calendar 2021-11-27 12:00 am 2021-11-27 12:00 am Talbingo Tattoo The Talbingo Tattoo brings the sound of the pipes to the Talbingo Mountains. An outdoor event, with a backdrop of the Jounama Dam, the Tattoo is a highlight on the local events calendar and sees performers and visitors from across New South Wales, Victoria and the ACT. The Talbingo Tattoo is in its sixth year, bringing together members of pipe bands from Canberra, Leeton, Tumbarumba, Wagga Wagga, Albury and Wangaratta. Held on the grounds of the Talbingo Country Club, the Tattoo counts Wagga City Rugby Male Choir, Wagga City Concert band, and a number of local musicians among its supporting artists. The event is planning to return in 2021. Bridle Street, Talbingo , NSW , 2720 , Australia
Bridle Street, Talbingo , NSW , 2720 , Australia
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