Culture & Arts

Mayflower 400 Four Nations Ceremony (11 July 2021)

The Four Nations Ceremony is the UK’s flagship Mayflower 400 event, marking the closure of the international Mayflower 400 commemorations.

This impressive theatrical production with live music, song, drama and film will tell the Mayflower story from all angles, including direct from the Native American Wampanoag tribe.

At the heart of the event will be a gigantic choir of 1,000 voices accompanied by the full concert orchestra of HM Royal Marines Band, Plymouth.

Visiting dignitaries from the four nations (the UK, US, Netherlands and Wampanoag) will also be taking part, reflecting on what that historical voyage means to our world today.

What's involved?

Welcome & checkin ambassadors 

The role will involve:

  • you will be providing answers to questions from one of our Info Points. Usually, these are questions around directions, lost property etc, but we’ll ensure you receive a full briefing, so you can answer any questions with confidence.
  • you be welcoming thousands of guests and spectators to the event, and you’ll be the first people most will

60 people  covering:

11 July 2021, 12-5pm 

On Plymouth Hoe 

How to get involved?

  1. Sign into your account or sign up to the Mayflower Maker community
  2. For this challenge you are required to have attended a Mayflower Maker induction session 
  3. Accept the challenge
  4. Follow the instructions in your acceptance e-mail. 

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