THE Black Dyke Band, under director of music Professor Nicholas Childs is set to make a return trip to Bridgwater on Saturday June 25 at 7.30 pm.

The band will perform in St. Mary’s Church ahead of their next-day appearance on the Pyramid at the Glastonbury Festival when they open the Legends Day sharing the spotlight with the iconic Diana Ross and Kendrick Lamar.

Professor Childs said: "We are always pleased to visit Bridgwater where we receive such a special welcome and to play in the beautiful setting and acoustic of St. Mary’s Church.”

In demand worldwide, Black Dyke Band is recognised as one of its foremost ensembles presenting innovative music programmes that appeal to a wide range of tastes, from original works to classical, film, and even a touch of jazz.

“An experience you’re unlikely to forget,” wrote one critic.

“Brass playing of the absolute first rank; unfailingly musical, thrillingly virtuosic."

Tickets are already flying off the shelf according to the box office so book now to not miss out.

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