The Sunshine Coast Concert Band will perform another of their legendary concerts for Sunshine Coast Legacy on Saturday, November 5.
The Sunshine Coast Concert Band will perform another of their legendary concerts for Sunshine Coast Legacy on Saturday, November 5. Contributed

Concert to leave a Legacy of hope and help

THE Sunshine Coast Concert Band will perform another of their legendary concerts for Sunshine Coast Legacy on Saturday, November 5.

Now in its 13th year, this year the 40-piece Sunshine Coast Concert Band will be joined by the Merriatrics, a group of fun-loving singing seniors for the wartime singalongs, for the hugely popular event.

The Sunshine Coast Concert Band is renowned for its quality and variety and this concert will be no exception with music from Phantom of the Opera, Swan Lake and Cabaret among the repertoire. 

Groove to New York, New York with singer Dave Stygall or be moved by Tanya McFadyen's moving rendition of Rose of No Man's Land, a number which is dedicated to this year's concert theme, Roses of No Man's Land, a tribute to the nurses who served in our many conflicts.

Sunshine Coast Legacy provides an invaluable service to past and present service men and women and their families on the Sunshine Coast. 

This support - Sunshine Coast Legacy is presently assisting over 1400 widows and 50 Legatees - comes at significant cost and this concert helps to raise the needed funds.

While LifePointe Baptist Community Centre can seat around 800, audiences of 600-plus are common, so booking is highly recommended. 

Pre-concert entertainment wil be by Maroochydore High School students from 1.20pm, with the concert commencing at 2pm. 

WHAT: Legacy Remembrance Day Concert. 

WHEN: Saturday, November 5, from 1.20pm.

WHERE: LifePointe Baptist Community Centre, Wises Road, Maroochydore.

COST: $15, includes afternoon tea.

BOOKINGS: Phone 5443 9841 or tickets at the door.


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