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Big Band Christmas Concert

Big Band Christmas Concert

The Auckland Wind Orchestra and St Andrew's Bag Band are joining together to bring their annual Christmas concert. They will be featuring Christmas music as well as some of the finest wind band and big band music. All proceeds will be donated to the Auckland City Mission.

The concerts are going to be on 16 December at St Andrew's Church Centre, 11 Vincent Street, Howick at 2.00pm and 7pm.

Tickets are only $10 each and are available from St Andrews by emailing admin@howpres.org.nz or phoning them on 535 4403. There will also be ticket sales at the door, but as these concerts generally sell out pretty quickly it may be best to pre-book your seat.

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