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Anzac Day Commemorative Service 2018

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by Sarah M (subscribe)
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Lest We Forget
Anzac Day, 25th April, 2018, is a day full of traditions. A solemn, historic and patriotic day in Australia, to commemorate and honour all those brave souls who served and died for their country.

This year, a special Commemorative Service will be held at the Perth Concert Hall, on St Georges Terrace in Perth. The program will feature the Salvation Army Fortress Band and a Choir brought together from the Perth Modern School Chamber Choir and the Perth Modern School Alumni Singers.

The Perth Concert Hall is a fantastic venue, giving the people attending the chance to watch the moving service in comfort. The venue will also offer tea and coffee facilities before the service and bar facilities after the service.

This is a free event which provides RSL members, members of ex-service organisations and their families the first option to secure tickets. Tickets will then be available to the general public. Please note that there is no assigned seating, guests will be seated in order of arrival.

Tickets can be booked by contacting Rowena Bush, Staff Support Officer via email at or by phone on 9287 3799.

The Anzac Day Commemorative Service begins at 11am. Venue doors open at 9.30am, Auditorium doors open at 10am, guests should be seated by 10.50am.

For further information about the Anzac Day Commemorative Service at Perth Concert Hall, visit the RSL official website.
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Why? A National Day of Rememberance
When: Anzac Day, 25th April, 2018
Phone: (08) 9287 3799
Where: Perth Concert Hall
Cost: Free
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