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Saturday, May 4 • 11:20am - 5:00pm
Pipe Bands

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Come see all our pipe bands perform in the Stone Circle throughout the day.  Besides our guest pipe bands, we will be holding a special Quintet Pipe Band competition, as well as the Massed Bands March.

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Armidale Pipe Band

Armidale Pipe Band was originally formed in the late 1800s. The current band has been in operation since 1993. APB has participated in the Australian Celtic Festival for many years and regard it as their favourite play out. The band is currently led by Pipe Major Stafford Cameron... Read More →
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City of Brisbane Pipe Band

City of Brisbane Pipe Band is a non-profit community group, comprising around 25 enthusiastic players from Brisbane, Queensland who continue this ancient Scottish tradition in sunny Australia today. Formed in 1950, the band proudly wears the McNeill of Barra tartan; plays regularly... Read More →
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Emmanuel College Highlanders

The Emmanuel College Highlanders at The University of Queensland is one of the premier performance and competition bands in Australia. Having performed in its current form since late 2016, the band continues to enjoy successes at the highest local and international levels, which can... Read More →
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Gens Altera Pipe Band

Gens Altera is a family band joined each year by other expats from Glen Innes and people from all over the state and at times from other states in Australia. The band has been operating since 1999.It originated due to the family moving to Coffs Harbour and not being able to come and... Read More →
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Glen Innes Pipe Band

Glen Innes Pipe Band is a mostly social band, serving Glen Innes and other communities in the New England and North West region of New South Wales. The band was first formed in 1909, and with the exception of two World Wars and a couple of other recesses when numbers were very low... Read More →
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Grafton District Services Club Pipe Band

The Grafton Pipe Band was established in January 1974. The Hunting McInnes tartan was adopted for the band and the first public performance was held in 1975 for Anzac Day. The band has been in continuous existence since 1974 supporting events on the Clarence and attending gatherings... Read More →
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Moree Caledonian Society Pipes & Drums

Moree Caledonian Pipes and Drums has a long tradition of sharing their love of Scottish music with the communities of western NSW – keeping the Celtic spirit alive!During the 1950s and 60s the band had some twenty pipers and ten drummers, resplendent in full regimental uniform of... Read More →
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Murrumba Pipes and Drums

Murrumba competed in Scotland 2018 and picked up a third place whilst there, and have been quite successful in competition locally over the past 3 years. This year they are fund raising and taking our band to New Zealand in December, and possibly back to Scotland 2020. Murrumba is... Read More →

Saturday May 4, 2019 11:20am - 5:00pm AEST
Stone Circle, Australian Standing Stones