The Battle of Waterloo reenactment is a yearly present day diversion of the nineteenth century Battle of Waterloo on the first combat zone in Waterloo, Belgium. It is held each June on the end of the week closest to the noteworthy date of the Battle of Waterloo 18 June 1815. In a customary year there will be 600– 800 reenactors. The 5-year-commemorations are more noteworthy occasions with 1,500– 2,000 reenactors from France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Great Britain, Germany, Poland and Russia. A noteworthy occasion, one of the biggest at any point organized, was hung on the site of the fight to check the 200th commemoration of the commitment. 6,200 re-enactors, 330 steeds, and 120 guns participated in activities in a field territory near La Haye Sainte.
Amid the occasion, the Allied Army was stayed outdoors at Hougoumont, with the French stayed outdoors about a mile far from La Caillou. The occasion was opened with an idyllic understanding of the Battle, made by Luc Petit. The show was situated on a phase 150 meters in length, with goliath projector screens, fireworks, artists, traditional artists and nearby choirs – notwithstanding cast individuals drawn from the re-order gatherings. Three re-enactors were harmed by explosives amid this generation, with one being taken to doctor's facility with genuine consumes.