Mitcham Band Festival 2019

Concert or Performance

21 Jun 2019 to 22 Jun 2019

In what has become a very popular annual event, the 2019 Mitcham Band Festival, organised by Mitcham City Brass, promises to be the best yet!

Mitcham’s former Vogue Theatre will come alive with the sounds of music to showcase 20 of Adelaide’s finest community brass and concert bands commencing Friday 21 June from 7:00 pm, with a Gala Opening Concert featuring Mitcham City Brass, Australian Army Band, Adelaide, Tanunda Town Band and the Adelaide Big Band with entertainment continuing featuring more great SA bands on Saturday 22 June from 9:00 am until 10:00 pm

The Mitcham Band Festival is a fun opportunity for each band to showcase their favourite arrangements on stage in an epic musical extravaganza!
Join us for all or part of the event.

Event Admission: Adults $15, Conc/Students U/18 $10 , Children U/13 FREE. Tickets at the door (EFTPOS available)

Supper available on Friday night. Full catering for Breakfast and Lunch, Barista Coffee, Tea & Cake, Snacks and Drinks available for purchase on Saturday.

Proudly sponsored by Presto Music Repairs, Specialty Fasteners, Goldsborough Financial Services, Solitaire Automotive, Impressionable Kids, Aberfoyle Park & Build Me Stuff.

For more information please visit our website or phone us.


Cafe Carpark Disabled access available Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet


From AU$10.00

Event Pass Admission:
Adults $15; Conc/Students U/18 $10; and Children U/13 Free

Event Times

21 Jun 2019 to 22 Jun 2019

Annual Event


Vogue Theatre

25 Belair Road, Kingswood, 5062

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