The Salisbury Gurkha Band Concert
Join us for an evening of incredible music from the Band of the Brigade of Gurkhas!
The performance will include a lively mix of Western and Nepali music, a selection of rousing military tunes, and will feature the famous ‘Kukri dance’.
The concert will be held at St Paul’s Church in the heart of the beautiful city of Salisbury, just a stone’s throw from our fundraising office.
Proceeds from the concert will help us provide vital support to Gurkha veterans, their families, and communities in Nepal. We enable people to live with dignity by delivering essential financial and medical aid and work with local communities to provide access to clean water and education.
This is sure to be a hugely popular event and tickets are limited so secure your seats now to avoid disappointment.
Doors open: 7pm
Concert begins: 7.30pm
Raffle tickets and drinks tokens will be available to purchase before the concert begins. Drinks will be available to collect during a short interval.
Block A: Adults £22.50, Children (aged 15 and under) £20.00
Block B: Adults £17.50, Children (aged 15 and under) £15.00
There is limited parking available at the venue for those with limited mobility. Ample free parking can be found at Central Car Park after 6pm.
The venue is a short walk from Salisbury Train station with main line links to London Waterloo, Bristol Temple Meads and Southampton Central.
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If you are just here for the evening, make sure you sample one of the city’s fantastic independent restaurants. We highly recommend the following:
Kathmandu Kitchen – Authentic Indian & Nepalese Cuisine, 5 minutes’ walk from St Paul’s
Pizza Venti – Fresh wood fired pizzas in a relaxed and exceptionally friendly family-run restaurant, 3 minutes’ walk from St Paul’s
The Old Ale and Coffee House – Home to lively banter, craft beers, fine wines, and delightful food, 10 minutes’ walk from St Paul’s
Café Diwali – Award winning, beautifully presented Street Food, for an authentic taste of India, 10 minutes’ walk from St Paul’s