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City of Southampton (Albion) Band

appearing at

Romsey Bandstand

Romsey, Hampshire

Sunday 18th of August 2019

14:30 - 16:30

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City of Southampton (Albion) Band

Genre

Live Performance
Brass Band

Description

We are a brass band based in Southampton that rehearse at the Swaythling Neighbourhood Centre.

The City of Southampton (Albion) Band was founded in 1920, and since then it has been part of the City’s heritage, cultural, and community scene playing at the Dell, (Southampton Football Club’s old ground ) for over forty years and at leading local events such as Remembrance Day, VE and VJ Day parades and at the FA Cup Final celebrations in 1976. 2016 marked the 40th Anniversary of this event and the band helped to recreate the experience on 1st May.

The Band has a very full and varied engagement list in addition to the above, including formal concerts, bandstands, charity events, Christmas carols, and regular tours abroad. In recent years the band has visited Madeira in 2011, Portugal in 2014, Germany in 2015, Croatia in 2017 and are planning on a tour to celebrate their 100th anniversary in 2020.

In 2018 the band played a number of concerts around the south of England including concerts in Winchester Cathedral, St. Mary’s Stadium and Romsey. We also did a short tour to Torquay playing at the Torbay Air Show in Paignton.

We are now only a year away from celebrating our 100th anniversary and are planning some exciting events for 2020 including an anniversary concert at the Turner Sims Concert Hall in September. Look out for more information when it appears. During 2019 we will be performing at a number of bandstands throughout the region and are also planning a trip to IOW.

Romsey Bandstand

Venue Type

Public Bandstand

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Description

This is a traditional public park situated on the west side of town. Beautifully maintained, it was created in 1920 from a 5 acre meadow, surrounded on three sides by the River Test.

Perfect for a stroll or to sit and enjoy one of the regular concerts in the Bandstand, the parks facilities include a cafe, lawn bowls club, fishing, formal gardens, inclusive children’s playground, tennis courts, toilets and seating. The tennis is free and the cafe lend out rackets and balls.

Bandstand concerts take place on Sundays throughout the summer.

War Memorial Park, The Meads,

Romsey,

Hampshire,

England,

SO51 8HB.

ToiletsFamily FriendlyCafe Nearby

Free Admission

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