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New Zealand Pipe Band Championships 2018

February 28, 2018 1 min read

New Zealand Pipe Band Championships 2018

Next weekend pipe bands from around the country will be coming together in Rotorua to compete in the New Zealand Pipe Band Championships. 

This years Championship is being hosted by the City of Rotorua Highland Pipe Band at Rotorua International Stadium on Friday 9 and Saturday 10 March.

The Championship features bands across all grades and ranges of skill levels, with the main Grade 4B, Grade 4A, Grade 3, and Juvenile music events being held on Friday, and the Grade 2 and Grade 1 music events being held on Saturday. There will also be a street march on Saturday morning, as well as mace flourishing and display events during the Saturday afternoon. 

Scots in Spirit is excited to heading back to the Championships this year. We will be present on both days with a wide range of our products available to view and purchase - including apparel, jewellery, piping and drumming supplies, weaponry and more. 

Good luck to all competitors as well as those involved with organising the contest. We are looking forward to a great two days!

For more information regarding the contest, head to: 

https://www.facebook.com/2018NewZealandPipeBandChampionshipspage/ 

 


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