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NEWS: Adelaide Fringe 2023 concert

Read more about our Adelaide Fringe concert held back in March!


We're the 2022 C Grade State Champions!

Thanks to the South Australian Band Association's efforts in putting on a wonderful day of music and camaraderie.



We’re always looking for enthusiastic players to join one of South Australia’s busiest Brass Bands. Whether you’re currently playing and would love to expand your repertoire, or haven’t picked up your instrument for years we’d love to have you with us!


2022 State Band Competitions – C Grade Champions


March 25, 2023

Adelaide Fringe 2023 – Just Add Water!

Strange though it may seem, brass bands and government departments are similar in one respect: there’s quite a time gap between planning and delivery. Last December, when the theme of our Fringe concert was being discussed, “Just Add Water” seemed inspirational. Catchy title, loads of…
March 1, 2023

Fringe Popup!

Campbelltown City Band's small ensemble playing outside Burnside Library last Saturday to promote the Fringe concert on 5th March with the theme "Just Add Water". Tickets at the door or from FringeTix!
January 28, 2023

Christmas Carols Galore!

Campbelltown Carols in Thorndon Park, pre-service entertainment for Newton Influencers’ Church, a joint concert with the Salvation Army at Paradise Primary School and Christmas Eve ensembles at All Souls’ Anglican and Balhannah Uniting Churches. What a contrast to the last three years of cancellations and…

Campbelltown City Band is a British-style Brass Band based in the city of Campbelltown, providing quality musical entertainment and musical development opportunities for our band members and the community.

We’re situated in the north-eastern suburbs of Adelaide – historically a corridor of long-standing and successful brass bands. The band room is situated in the Campbelltown Function Centre which is behind the Campbelltown Council Chambers at 172 Montacute Road Rostrevor.

2019 celebrated and commemorated 100 years of Brass banding within our community, with a fine legacy of entertainment and numerous wins on the competition stage. We are extremely proud to continue the tradition into the next century.

CCB has enjoyed much success over recent years on the concert stage under the direction of our musical director Peter Smith, thrilling audiences with a wide-ranging repertoire of music. Our membership today is drawn from a wide cross-section of the Adelaide community, from the young to the “not-so-young”. Rehearsals continue attracting solid numbers.

A key factor to our success is that we are both ‘friendly and enjoyable’ and that we strive to ensure that all are encouraged in their musical endeavours.

Council Support

Campbelltown City Band enjoys a high level of support from the Campbelltown City Council primarily for the training opportunities it provides for the community. The council have also been strong supporters of our free community concerts held at various times throughout the year, to which we are ever grateful and appreciative.