The Black Dyke Band Tour Dates

The Black Dyke Brass Band are the most recorded band in the world, with over 300 recordings and growing every year. It is also the most successful contesting band in the world having won the European Championships eleven times, most recently in 2005, the British Open no fewer than 29 times (most recently 2006) and the National Championships of Great Britain 22 times (most recently 2008 and 2009).

Black Dyke was also the first band to achieve the 'Grand Slam' in 1985 by winning the Yorkshire regional, European, British Open and National Championship contests,along with being voted BBC's Best Band of the Year.

The band have also released a single on The Beatles' Apple Records label, an instrumental composed by Lennon and McCartney called Thingumybob, as well as an instrumental version of Yellow Submarine.

Official website blackdykeband.co.uk

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Past Events

Here are the most recent UK tour dates we had listed for The Black Dyke Band. Were you there?

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    Burnley, Burnley Mechanics Theatre
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    Scunthorpe, Baths Hall
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    Harpenden, Harpenden Public Halls
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    Scarborough, Scarborough Spa
  • The Black Dyke Band The Cory Band, Foden's Band, The Fairey Band, Whitburn Brass Band, Brighouse & Rastrick Band…
    Manchester, The Stoller Hall
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    Manchester, The Stoller Hall
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    Whitley Bay, Playhouse Whitley Bay
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    Mansfield, Mansfield Palace Theatre
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    Stroud, Subscription Rooms
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    Boston, Centenary Methodist Church
  • The Black Dyke Band image © John Stirzaker