Celebrate the momentous occasion of King Charles III's coronation with our Limited Edition Union Jack-designed outdoor ‘Coronation Congas’

The coronation of King Charles III will take place on Saturday, May 6, 2023, at Westminster Abbey in London and will be a time for celebration across the country and the Commonwealth. To mark this historic occasion, Percussion Play is launching a new limited-edition version of their popular outdoor conga drums, appropriately called ‘Coronation Congas.’

Coronation Congas are a trio of single-headed drums mounted onto two stainless steel posts to be installed either directly into the ground or surface fixed. Played with the hands, the drums have heavy-duty ABS plastic caps, each wrapped in a vinyl union jack graphic and coated with a clear lacquer.

Suitable for outdoor locations such as parks, trails, school playgrounds, and outdoor community spaces.

With a new Coronation Anthem by Andrew Lloyd Webber and eleven other pieces personally commissioned by King Charles from world-renowned British composers, plus a Coronation Concert at Windsor Castle, the Coronation promises to be a musically elaborate affair. These celebratory Congas will offer a fantastic opportunity for communities to create musical memories together on this historic occasion.

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