Drummers Call

Salute to the Nation
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Celebrate the traditions of 18th-century military music and explore the important roles played by fifers and drummers. Units from the United States and Canada join Colonial Williamsburg’s Fifes and Drums to perform grand displays of period music. You’ll want to respond to the Drummers Call—a call beaten by the duty fifer and drummer to mass the regimental musicians for the playing of ceremonies such as Reveille, Retreat, and Tattoo.


Drummers Call Events
Events

Aug 30
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Aug 31
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 1
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 2
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 3
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 6
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 7
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 8
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 9
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 10
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 13
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 14
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 15
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 16
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 17
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 20
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 21
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 22
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 23
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 24
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 27
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 28
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 29
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Sep 30
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Oct 1
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Oct 4
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Oct 5
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.
Oct 6
5:00 PM
On to Yorktown and Victory!
Late September 1781: the Allied American-French Army, camped in Williamsburg, is eager to engage the British at Yorktown. General Washington addresses the townsfolk. Local militia march in review, with cannon salutes and a fife and drum fanfare.