Sounds of the Emerald Isles

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Sounds of the Emerald Isles


Venue

Lennox Theatre

Dates

14 October 2018

Event Type

Live Event

Riverside Theatres and City of Holroyd Brass Band presents 

SOUNDS OF THE EMERALD ISLES

A special performance of an array of traditional songs, dance and instrumental music from Ireland and Scotland.

The repertoire from the evening will include well-known music from Ireland and Scotland.

Sounds of the Emerald Isle will take audience on an unforgettable journey through music that has touch so many hearts throughout the years.

Dates & Times
Sunday 14 October at 3pm

With a rich musical history, spanning more than 40 years, the City of Holroyd Brass band has become an important part of the local community.

Providing entertainment at official council and community events, fun family concerts at local halls and parks and concerts at the Riverside Theatre, Holroyd Brass encourages and fosters musical ability of all levels within our bands.

For more information about City of Holroyd Brass Band click here

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Ticket Options

Member Adult $30
Member Concession $25
30 Club $25
Adult $35
Concession $30
Groups (10 or more) $30
30 & under $25
Child (16 years & under) $25
Transaction fees apply
Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60

Duration

1hour 50min (including 20 min interval)


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