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In the photo: Fans return with the colorful Royal Edinburgh Army Tattoo

The Royal Edinburgh Army Tattoo has welcomed back fans for the first time since 2019.

he Tattoo, last held at Edinburgh Castle before the pandemic, will see nearly 1,000 performers entertain visitors throughout August.

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Massed pipes and drums perform on the Esplanade of Edinburgh Castle at this year’s Royal Edinburgh Army Tattoo (Jane Barlow/PA)

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Day of the Dead from Banda Monumental De Mexico thrills crowds (Jane Barlow/PA)

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Tattoos return with a 2022 show called Voices featuring over 800 performers (Jane Barlow/PA)

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United Kingdom Popular Army Band (Jane Barlow / PA)

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The Highland Divas entertain on the eerie light-filled promenade of Edinburgh Castle (Jane Barlow/PA)

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Highland dancers show off their skills (Jane Barlow/PA)

Performers from around the world are taking part in this year’s Voices, which the creators say has been inspired by people around the globe who, despite being divided, keep going. continue to connect and share their voices creatively.

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Dancers from Banda Monumental De Mexico perform. Tattoos include international performances from Mexico, the United States, Switzerland and New Zealand among others (Jane Barlow/PA)

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Electric tubes bring more color to the event (Jane Barlow/PA)

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Tattoos won’t come back after a period of absence from effect (Jane Barlow/PA)

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Members of the United States Air Force Honor Guard Drilling Team perform in the stadium (Jane Barlow/PA)

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Unprecedented high volume tubes and containers (Jane Barlow/PA)

On Thursday, Britain’s Princess Royal told those taking part in the military show that she was “extremely grateful” to those who “surpassed the challenge” to perform at the event.

“It’s a shame we haven’t been able to do this over the past few years,” she said.

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The Royal Princess watches the working rehearsal for this year’s Royal Edinburgh Army Tattoo (Jane Barlow/PA)

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Performers on the promenade of Edinburgh Castle (Jane Barlow/PA)

The show runs until August 27, ending with a bang as fireworks will light up the 3,000-year-old fort’s skyline.

https://www.independent.ie/world-news/and-finally/in-pictures-fans-return-for-colourful-royal-edinburgh-military-tattoo-41891724.html In the photo: Fans return with the colorful Royal Edinburgh Army Tattoo

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