This fantastic, free event brings the electric atmosphere of a Tattoo style arena event to Perth city centre, and offers families the chance to see military and civilian bands from across Scotland in a dazzling parade through the streets, and an open air, grandstand arena on the North Inch.
Presentations will grant the esteemed Freedom of the City of Perth upon Eve Muirhead and her Team GB Olympic Curling Champions, and Lucinda Russell OBE and Peter Scudamore MBE, horse trainers to the winners of the Grand Nationals of 2017 and 2023.
As well as this you’ll enjoy static displays from the British Legion Bikers Association, Dragoon Guards Jackals and military vehicles including children's landrovers and much more!
Why not make a weekend of it and spend some time enjoying Perth city centre? There's so much to see and do, with gorgeous independent shops, restaurants, visitor attractions and much more.
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Starting from Thimblerow Car Park at noon, the Parade will make its way down the Old High Street to the bottom of the High Street, before turning left onto Tay Street and its final destination of the North Inch Park. Expected duration is one hour.
1pm: Make sure to arrive early and bag yourself a seat in our City of Perth Salute Grandstand. Looking out over the main Arena, this is the perfect viewpoint to enjoy the Parade performers as they showcase their talents. All the thrill of a Tattoo style arena event awaits you, as each of the acts brings their unique flavour of entertainment to the North Inch park.
1.45pm: The esteemed Freedom of the City of Perth will be presented to upon Eve Muirhead and her Team GB Olympic Curling Champions, and Lucinda Russell OBE and Peter Scudamore MBE, horse trainers to the winners of the Grand Nationals of 2017 and 2023.
Wander around and soak up the atmosphere of the Salute Fringe, including the tremendous talents of the McAndrew Sisters on our main stage. A fantatsic collection of Scottish Military vehicles will also be on display - a must see for any motor enthusiasts, and there's inflatables and a climbing wall to keep the kids happy and entertained all afternoon long. All activites and fringe shows are free of charge.
You can pack a picnic, or whet your appetite with one of our street food vendors. Expect to find coffees and an Ice Cream Van too!
If you missed our previous events, then take a browse through our gallery for a little flavour of what to expect.