100 Nights of Taps Gettysburg 2024

With 100 Nights of Taps we honor the fallen laid to rest at the Gettysburg National Cemetery. Beginning on Memorial Day and ending on Labor Day, each evening a bugler will sound taps at the cemetery in Gettysburg, PA. Taps is sounded at 7 pm.

This moving program features two educational components. Beginning at 5:30 P. M. each evening representatives from Gettysburg’s Licensed Battlefield Guides offer a free interpretive program exploring the aftermath of the battle of Gettysburg and the creation of the National Cemetery in Gettysburg, concluding at the Soldiers’ National Monument. During the formal Taps program beginning at 7 P. M. representatives from the Lincoln Fellowship, guest National Park Service Rangers, and Licensed Battlefield Guides offer brief historical vignettes. Called Enduring Pathways, these focus on Abraham Lincoln, the Gettysburg Address, the history of Taps, and the Soldiers’ National Monument, with topics changing nightly.

The volunteer buglers include active-duty military musicians, military veterans, Civil War living historians and musicians, community band members, high school and college students, and music teachers.

The Program Opens on May 27, 2024

Information about 100 Nights of Taps can be found at the video below

Bugler Registration Will Open March 15.

100 Nights of Taps is open to buglers, cornet and trumpeters of all ages.

100 Nights of Taps Gettysburg 2024

You must register to sound Taps during the event. You may pick ONLY ONE open date. When you register you are promising to attend on the date you select, at the appointed time, and sound Taps.

Detailed information including Bugler Guidelines can be found

Registration Is Open

We have negotiated a 20% discount at nearby hotels for buglers and family/friends. Details will be provided with registration confirmation.

If you have any questions please contact us via email at GettysburgTaps@gmail.com

is sponsored by

The Lincoln Fellowship of Pennsylvania
The Gettysburg National Military Park
Taps For Veterans

Wendy Allen, Founder and Coordinator
Jari Villanueva, Bugle Coordinator


Wendy Allen, founder 100 Nights of Taps Gettysburg
Jari Villanueva, bugler coordinator