Bastille Day plays host to the oldest and largest regular military parade in Europe, which President Donald Trump was lucky enough to witness on his trip to France. They invite world dignitaries to their country, and regale them with world-class showcases of their culture's food, music, and art - and in the middle of all this, they break into Daft Punk medleys, as performed by their military brass band.
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The holiday commemorates the anniversary of Storming of the Bastille, a pivotal point in the French Revolution.
The medley included early hits likes "Digital Love" and "Harder Better Faster Stronger" as well as more recent tracks like their Grammy award winning legendary single, "Get Lucky".
The two members of Daft Punk, Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, are known for always wearing costumes, including being dressed as robots and often collaborate with other artists.