International Club of Berne

The Tattoo in Avenches

Friday, 1st September 2017 at 5:30pm

Location: The Roman Arena in Avenches

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Avenches Tattoo

When            Friday, 1 September, 17:30
Where           The Roman Amphitheater, built in the 1st century
Contact          
Graham Tritt

Deadline        Please register by Monday, 28 August

This international music festival is second only to the Basel Tattoo. The high quality musical and choreographic marching bands who are invited put on spectacular shows that make the arena pulsate with incredible sound, precision of movements and enthusiasm.

The price for the seats we have reserved in sector G2 is CHF 60. They are benches, bring a cushion perhaps. Reservation and confirmation is essential. We can book more seats if we are early enough, see http://avenchestattoo.ch/en/tickets/ and a plan on www.ticketcorner.ch/tickets.html?affiliate=AVT&doc=start

 

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Graham wrote
at 10:50pm on Thursday, 31st August 2017
Ok we are now four: Graham, Jill, new member Ruramisai and her husband. Seats are still available from http://avenchestattoo.ch/billetterie/ or at the office of Avenches tourism before the event. So if anyone decides to come, it starts at 5.30 pm, meet at 5 to 5.15 pm if you are coming. Call me on my mobile 078 68 42 473.
Graham wrote
at 2:43pm on Monday, 21st August 2017
The Avenches Tattoo is held in the magical place of the Avenches Roman Arenas. The amphitheatre, built in the 1st century, is unique in Switzerland. It offers an exclusive setting for great cultural and musical performances.

The arenas have a 5,000 seat capacity and there is a perfect view of the show from each and every seat. The acoustics are also superb, no matter where you are seated.

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