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Big Band Show

1940s Party on the Platform at Kidderminster

June 29th & July 6th at 7.30pm

Big Band Show

A big favourite for many, the evenings are sure to get you singing along and getting those feet tapping during our party on the platform! Join the Kalamazoo Band as they perform a selection of patriotic flag waving numbers which you know you can't resist...

Join us for a night of live music at Kidderminster Station that is sure to go out with a air-raid is looming!

Real ale will be served in the King & Castle, with hot food available from the Refreshment Room. Seating is limited for the Big Band Show.

The show begins at 7.30pm on both evenings. These shows are ticketed events. You will need to purchase wristbands if you wish to attend (daytime travel tickets not valid). Limited seating is available, on a first come first served basis.

Revised fares
Big Band Show only
£13.00 £13.00
Evening train on Saturdays
from and to Bridgnorth - for Big Band Show wristband holders only.
Other information

Annual Family Pass: NOT VALID, Children: 4 - 15 years, Family: 2 adults + 2, 3 or 4 children, Seniors: 60+.
The Evening 1940s Big Band Show takes place at Kidderminster on June 29th & July 6th at 7.30pm; a separate charge applies, and tickets (wristbands) for this show MUST be purchased if you wish to attend, whether you have a daytime travel ticket or not.
Admission to Kidderminster Station and the Evening Shows will not be permitted without a wristband after 7.00pm.

All pre-booked tickets are subject to a £1.75 booking fee.

A travel-only ticket for the Band Show train from Bridgnorth on the Saturday evenings is available in addition to the Show wristband for anyone who does NOT have a daytime travel ticket, but would like to travel from Bridgnorth for the show. The train departs from Bridgnorth at 6.35pm These tickets are available from Bridgnorth Booking Office on the day (not available in advance). Please note, this train is only available to passengers with a Band Show wristband.


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