Garden City Big Band


31 August 2020

Venue: Great Hall

As part of the Great Hall Lunchtime Concert Series 2020, the GCBB has a full big band line-up consisting of some of the best local musicians and vocalists. The band performs a wide variety of music ranging from classic swing and dance music from the Big Band era right through to more contemporary sounds. Truly something for everyone’s toes to be tapping to in our beautifully restored Great Hall. 

The Lunchtime Concert Series presents a stellar line-up of renowned local, national and international artists performing in a beautiful heritage venue.

Location map

Great Hall,
Worcester Boulevard

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