Brisbane-based 1st Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery, will perform in Emerald on September 28.
Brisbane-based 1st Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery, will perform in Emerald on September 28.

Concerts signify strong bond

THE Australian Army is continuing to cement the strong bonds formed between members of the flood-affected communities of Queensland and the soldiers.

During the devastating flood event the Army played a vital role in the rescue, recovery and evacuation of many people from flood-affected towns.

The Band of the Brisbane-based 1st Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery, will perform a series of free two-hour concerts from September 24 to October 1, and will be appearing in Emerald on Wednesday, September 28, at the Emerald Town Hall from 7.30pm.


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