Happy New Year

Welcome to 2022! We have a lot planned for you this year - we've uploaded our schedule of planned 2022 concerts to our events page, so please have a look and add them to your diaries.



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!


2019 State Band Championships – Winner of 3rd Place, C Grade


January 14, 2022

TOSA Christmas Concert

Playing in a brass band can involve some interesting experiences but seeing the floor opening up beside you as a Mighty Wurlitzer theatre organ rises up from the depths has got to be one of the most unusual. Our final engagement for 2021 was a…
December 18, 2021

Campbelltown Carols

Well, at least we had carols this year, albeit in what we hope will turn out to be a unique format. No parade, no singing, only ticket holders admitted, socially distanced family groups, covid marshals…..but, on the positive side, the children loved the Ticklish Allsorts,…
November 24, 2021

Essence of Brass

What exactly is the essence of brass – apart from the opener to the second half of our 2021 fund raiser concert? Dictionaries don’t help. “The core nature or most important qualities of a person or thing”? Hmmm…. That’s rather vague. Maybe it’s like vanilla…

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.