Riding on the success of the 2019 Canada Day Drumming Celebration, The Legacy 150 Celebrations Society is excited to announce the celebration will again take place on Wednesday, July 1, 2020!
Join the Legacy
Cheer for Healthcare Professionals & Frontline Workers
On April 3, we will begin with a 30-min version of the”Play & Say” Drumming Workshop” at 6:30pm (PST) and cheer for the healthcare professionals and frontline workers at 7pm (PST) as the finale.
We can’t wait to see you again in this socialgathering
Simply download Zoom and click the link to join us: https://zoom.us/j/
Guinness World Records™ attempt
Register today to participate in an all Canadian Guinness World Records™ attempt!
Make A Difference
Explore short or long term opportunities and make a difference with your time and talent!
Be a Performer
Perform on stage as part of our multicultural drumming showcase.
On Going Workshops
After careful consideration and thorough review of current circumstances, we have deceived to postpose our April 7 “Play & Say” Drumming Workshop to June 27. Please follow us on our social media and website for any updates.
It is more than just drumming!
Are you interested in learning how to drum in a welcoming group setting? Join us to learn fundamental drum patterns or connect the rhythm with meaningful messages while meeting new friends.
Beginners are welcome and drums will be provided without charge.
May 2 & June 20
Please direct additional ideas and questions to drummingworkshop@CanadaDayDrumming.com
Canada Day Drumming Celebration
Canada Day 2017 not only marked the nation’s 150th birthday, but also a historic moment of the first ever simultaneous drumming across Canada!
On July 1st, 2017, drummers across five time zones and the eight Canadian cities drummed simultaneously to celebrate Canada’s birthday, multiculturalism, and diversity. Everyone was welcome to drum for six minutes across Canada as the event was broadcast live on social media platforms.
In 2018, we brought the Guinness World Records™ for “Most Nationalities in a Drum Circle” to Vancouver. This historic event not only achieved a breaking record but also symbolized the unity of Canada and the celebrate Canada’s birthday. The celebration took place in 13 cities across Canada.
In 2019, drummers across 5 time zones and 11 Canadian cities attempted to bring the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ of “Largest Group Drum Roll (multiple venues)” to Canada and
Participants in 13 Canadian cities across 5 time zones drummed simultaneously to celebrate Canada’s birthday.
The Legacy 150 Celebrations Society is excited to be hosting an even bigger celebration this year and we hope you will come support and enjoy all the energetic and loud drumming!