Welcome to The Tutbury Band Website
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The Tutbury Band is a Wind Band based in the beautiful East Staffordshire village of Tutbury near Burton on Trent. Formed in 1980, The Tutbury Band is one of the largest community bands in the UK having a combined membership of around 150 musicians across Tutbury Band and Tutbury Junior Band.
The Tutbury Band performs at a variety of events including: summer shows, festivals, fetes, as well as more formal concerts in venues ranging from Burton Town Hall to Strathpeffer Pavillion in the Highlands of Scotland and the Carrickmacross Twins festival in Ireland! Tutbury Band has also been featured on BBC, ITV and Sky television programmes. Please take a look at our Diary page for forthcoming concerts and events.
The main goal of The Tutbury Band is to create enjoyable good quality live music for the pleasure of both musicians and our audiences alike. We are a fun and friendly band, new members are always made welcome, please see our Membership Page for more details.
The enjoyment of making music together is paramount!
If you would like to make any sort of enquiry with the band then visit our Contact/Book Us page, fill in the contact form, select a topic, Submit and we will be in touch shortly.
“Thank You so much for playing on Saturday… feedback was fantastic and the band went down a storm! ….. Following expenses we managed to raise just under £600 for Help for Heroes and will hopefully repeat the event in 2014!”
“At church today masses of people stopped me to say how wonderful Tutbury were last night, and once again I heard stories of tears rolling down cheeks during Highland Cathedral; it was immensely moving, a sort of heaven touches earth moment, but before we all concentrate on that (highlight as it was) the rest of the programme was really super too. I’m quite sure too that over the coming days all sorts of folk will stop me in the street to say exactly the same.”
Kit Bowen – Chairman Strathpeffer Pavillion 2009