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Events are correct as of last update. For further information on any event, ticket details or locations, please contact Mark Wilkinson (Band Manager)

Jun. 1 - 30, 2022

  • Whit Friday March Contest

    Fri, Jun. 10, 2022 4:00pm — 11:00pm

    Foden's defend their title of Tameside Champions at the traditional Whit Friday March Contests  Foden's will perform at various venues around the Tameside Area before venturing to Saddleworth time permitting The band will once again perform the contest march 'The President'  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cUDtiBa2pOU

     

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  • Concert, Millennium Hall, Bakewell with the Derbyshire Singers

    Sat, Jun. 11, 2022 7:30pm — 9:30pm

     VENUE  Millennium Hall, S.Anselm's School, Stanedge Rd, Bakewell, DE45 1DP  START  7.30pm    Jepson Funerals Ltd are delighted and proud to sponsor this very special concert featuring the Derbyshire Singers and Foden’s Band who are the current National Champion Band of Great Britain. The concert should have taken place two years ago, but due to the pandemic we have had to wait until...

     

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  • CD Recording

    Jun. 17 - 18, 2022 10:00am — 5:00pm

      Foden's will record a cd to be released later in 2022 Recording is a closed session      

     

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  • Concert, Prescott Festival, Prescott Parish Church

    Fri, Jun. 24, 2022 7:00pm — 9:00pm

    VENUE   Prescott Parish Church START    7pm   Full details via Press release: Arts festival heralds milestone year for Prescot – Prescot Festival of Music & the Arts       

     

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  • Concert, Sub Rooms, George Street, Stroud

    Sun, Jun. 26, 2022 3:00pm — 5:00pm

    VENUE Sub Rooms, George Street, Stroud, GL5 1AE START 3pm TICKETS Foden's Brass Band | What's On | The Sub Rooms          

     

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For any conductor and every audience, Foden’s Band is a musical Magic Carpet. It continually takes the listener to places that few other ensembles rarely even approach Howard Snell