Virginia International Tattoo American Pipe Band Championship Results

This contest was held yesterday as part of the Virginia International Tattoo. Chieftain of the Day was Jimmy McIntosh. As the American Pipe Band Championship is part of a military Tattoo, the first band awards are for marching and deportment, and were judged by Captain Fraser Clark (Canadian Forces).

Best Marching and Deportment Grade Three:
1st Battalion Scots Guards (pictured)

Best Marching and Deportment Grade Two:
City of Dunedin

Grade Three American Champions 2017

1st, winning the J. Scott Jackson trophy and $2000:
St. Thomas Episcopal School Pipe Band
2nd, winning a shield and $800:
Carnegie Mellon University Pipes and Drums
3rd, winning a shield and $400:
Wake and District Public Safety Pipes and Drums
4th winning a shield:
Ulster Scottish Pipe Band

Best Drum Corps: St. Thomas Episcopal School
Best March Strathspey and Reel: St. Thomas Episcopal School
Best Medley Selection: St. Thomas Episcopal School 

Grade Two American Champions 2017

1st, winning the Jim Hixon trophy and $2500:
City of Dunedin
2nd, winning a shield and $1000:
Worcester Kilties
3rd, winning a shield and $500:
MacMillan Pipe Band

Best Drum Corps: City of Dunedin
Best March Strathspey and Reel: City of Dunedin
Best Medley Selection: City of Dunedin