Example of scheduling The Last Post using the Manage My Nightlife app for Remembrance Day

Observing Remembrance Day in your venue with Nightlife Music

The significance of Remembrance Day, and in particular the minute of silence, means it is crucial to have the right set-up in your venue, so you can ensure the utmost respect is shown. 

To assist you with your Remembrance Day planning, we have audio and visual assets you can queue ahead of time via the Manage My Nightlife app. 

The Last Post and the Ode 

There are several versions of the Last Post bugle call that can be scheduled to play at 11AM – including tracks with a minute’s silence, the Rouse bugle call and Laurence Binyon’s ‘The Ode’. 

The Last Post + 1 Min Silence + Rouse 

This track plays The Last Post bugle call in full, followed by a minute’s silence. It ends with a Rouse bugle call (this plays at remembrance services as flags are raised from half-mast to the masthead). 

The Last Post + The Ode 

This track plays The Last Post bugle call in full, followed by a reading of The Ode. It also has accompanying remembrance visuals that will show on screens as it plays. 

The Last Post + The Ode (Short Version) 

This 1-minute track plays a shortened version of The Last Post bugle call, followed by a reading of The Ode. It also has accompanying remembrance visuals that will show on screen as it plays. 

The Last Post + The Ode + 1 Min Silence 

This track plays The Last Post bugle call in full, followed by a reading of The Ode and then a minute’s silence.  It also has accompanying remembrance visuals that will show on screens as it plays. 

NZ The Last Post + The Ode – New Zealand version

Featuring the Band of the Royal Regiment of New Zealand Artillery, this 2-minute track plays the Last Post bugle call in full, followed by a reading of The Ode. 

For a step-by-step guide on queuing a version of The Last Post for Remembrance Day in your venue, click here. 

Managing In-Venue Screens 

It’s important to ensure you have a screen management plan in place. To assist you, we’ve created Remembrance Day images you can use on your screens. 

You might like to program one slide to stay up for the duration of the day or intersperse slides with special messages reminding patrons about the minute’s silence. Whatever you decide, the images in your Advertising Library will help you keep everyone informed. 

For tips on how to display Remembrance Day visuals on your screens, click here. 

A Remembrance Day slide that can be scheduled using the Manage My Nightlife web app.

Getting Remembrance Day Ready 

Remembrance Day is an important day in Australia and New Zealand’s commemorative calendar, dedicated to remembering those who have died while serving in wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations. 

For assistance in using Nightlife to prepare for this day, head to our support website or reach out to us. 

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