The Pipes and Drums of the Edmonton Police Service are proud representatives of the City of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. They have a storied past dating back to 1914. The band provides music and goodwill to the citizens of Edmonton, surrounding communities and beyond. The band has traveled extensively throughout Western Canada and the United States. In October 2010 they traveled to Ireland and then  in May of 2012 they enjoyed a trip to Hamilton, Bermuda. In May of 2015 they traveled to Belgium and France to participate in the 100th Anniversary Celebrations for the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry. They were part of the Barbados Celtic Festival in May of 2017 and in September of 2019 the band made their first trip to Scotland!


Here are some highlights over the past couple of years.

Pipes and Drums performing at Stirling Castle in Scotland in September 2019.
Photos of the 100th Anniversary of the PPCLI events in Ottawa and Belgium in 2014 & 2015.
Photos and videos from the Band’s 50th Anniversary celebrations at City Hall.
Photos from the bands trip to Bermuda in May 2012.

Photos taken in May 2017 at Pipefest 2017 as part of the Barbados Celtic Festival.
The Pipes and Drums were thrilled to play with Paul McCartney at Rexall Place in Edmonton in November 2012.
See photos and video  from St. Patrick’s Day in Butte, Montana in 2016.
See photos from the band’s 2010 trip to Ireland and some of the history behind it.

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