Our Mission

The mission of the Clarington Concert Band is to establish, operate, maintain, equip and direct a community band in the Municipality of Clarington and further to provide for the holding of public concerts, exhibitions, festivals and educational forums in music for young musicians.

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Parking can be a problem. All metered parking in the downtown core is free after 6:00 pm. Parking is available on the south side of Queen Street only so Emergency vehicles can pass through. Please do not park where the signage says NO PARKING or you may be ticketed. I have posted a map showing municipal parking lots, which are free. Also, Morris Funeral Chapel opens its lot for concert parkers if no funeral events are happening. They put up a sign at the Queen Street entrance if parking is available that night.

You could always arrive early when parking is more available and enjoy a meal at one of the downtown restaurants. Or come to the park early and bring a picnic supper.

Yes, live concerts are back at Rotary Park and the Clarington Concert Band performs on Thursday July 14.

Come on out with your lawn chairs and enjoy the evening as the band performs a repertoire of tunes that will please both the young and the old and as usual, there's always something for the dancers.

What we've done

Videos of various concert performances by the Clarington Band.
Jul 2019 Rotary Park Concert Bowmanville
July 2018 at Seasons Retirement Home
December 2017 Christmas Concert at St. Joseph's Church


It is with much sadness that we announce the passing of passing of musician, composer, arranger, and conductor, Bobby Herriot, on Sunday December 19 at his home in Burlington. Bobby has had an extensive career in music which included being the trumpet soloist in the NORAD Band and President of the Toronto Musicians Association. The Clarington Concert Band was honoured to have had him as a guest conductor at our April 18, 2015 concert, which featured a musical salute to the British Isles and some of his compositions.