The Yorkshire Volunteers Band

The Yorkshire Volunteers Band can trace it’s history back to 1860 when it was formed as a Volunteer Corps in Leeds, West Yorkshire, today the band forms an integral part of the Yorkshire Volunteers Regimental Association, performing throughout the UK and Europe in both concert and marching band formations. The band maintains the long traditions of the Yorkshire Volunteers adding a touch of pomp and circumstance to any event from traditional summer bandstand concerts to country shows with everything in between.

The YV Fanfare Trumpets are very popular at weddings with the Dixieland Jazz Band creating that special atmosphere at less formal functions, while the Dance Band “Yorkshire Swing” nostalgically recreate the big band era, the swinging sixties and beyond.

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