Langley’s Const. Justine Rogawski, a member of the RCMP Musical Ride, and Honour performed for a sold-out crowd on Friday night at Thunderbird Showpark. The event was hosted by the City of Langley. Another performance is scheduled for Saturday afternoon. There is a waiting list for tickets. Brenda Anderson Langley Times

VIDEO: RCMP Musical Ride thrills sold-out crowd at Thunderbird Showpark

The Langley RCMP Musical Ride performed to a sold-out crowd at Thunderbird Showpark on Friday night.

And it was a distinctly Canadian affair.

The show — set almost exclusively to music by Canadian artists, including Great Big Sea, Bryan Adams, Shania Twain and even the Hockey Night in Canada theme — featured intricate precision riding by more than 30 Mounties from across Canada wearing iconic Red Serge.

READ MORE: RCMP musical ride returns to Langley

Live musical performances, a riding skills presentation by the Campbell Valley Pony Club and a police dog demonstration preceded the main event.

The performance was hosted by the City of Langley

A second show is scheduled for Saturday afternoon. There is currently a waiting list for tickets.

 

The RCMP Musical Ride performed for a sold-out crowd on Friday night at Thunderbird Showpark. The event was hosted by the City of Langley. Another performance is scheduled for Saturday afternoon. There is a waiting list for tickets. Brenda Anderson Langley Times

Nine-year-old Kaitlyn Szulc from Langley, a winner of the RCMP name-a-police-dog contest, is introduced to a dog-in-training Dan Ferguson Langley Times

ICONICALLY CANADIAN: The RCMP Musical Ride gave two performances in front of capacity crowds at Thunderbird Showpark in Langley over the weekend. More photos and video of the event can be found online at langleytimes.com. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

RCMP Musical ride Saturday performance. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

RCMP Air One buzzes Thunderbird Show Park during a mock police pursuit to demonstrate police dogs at work. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

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