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City of Coventry Salvation Army Band

appearing at

Stratford-Upon-Avon Bandstand

Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire

Sunday 8th of July 2018

14:30 - 16:30

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City of Coventry Salvation Army Band


Live Performance
Brass Band


Coventry City Band is comprised of Christian men and women of all ages and includes people from all walks of life including teachers, accountants and students. Over the years it has built a reputation for musical excellence and engagement with those who hear the Christian message portrayed through music.

Every Sunday the band participates in the worship meetings and plays in Coventry city centre. The Band is widely travelled across Europe and visits other Salvation Army centres in the United Kingdom throughout the year. Recent engagements include visits to Scotland and Ireland. One of the Bands most popular events is the annual Proms night which features a themed first half of the concert.and the popular and well-known music of Last Night of the Proms in the second.

In December 2017, the Band released its latest album entitled ‘The Presence and the Power’ following the life of Jesus from birth through to resurrection.

The current Bandmaster is Catherine Wallis who took over leadership of the Band in January 2018. Catherine works in finance at Warwick University and previously served as leader of the Young People’s Band.

Stratford-Upon-Avon Bandstand

Venue Type

Public Bandstand

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The Stratford on Avon Bandstand stands in the heart of the bustling Recreation Ground just across the river from the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and just a short stroll from the town.

It is a lovely spot to enjoy a summer's afternoon listening to one of the many excellent bands while watching the boats, swans and people go by.

The bandstand is managed by Stratford Town Trust and its programme of bands runs from May through to September. Most band performances start at 2.30 and run for two hours weather permitting.

Followed by Songs of Praise

The Recreation Ground, Swan Nest Lane,




CV37 7LS.

ToiletsFamily FriendlyDog Friendly

Free Admission

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