Get ready to groove to the infectious beats of Ballarat’s own street-party sensation: Ballahornication.

Combining the timeless allure of New Orleans street music with a contemporary twist, this brass band is set to steal the show at the Ballarat Heritage Festival.

Feel the energy pulsating through the air as the saxophone wails with soulful melodies, while the trumpet and trombone ignite the atmosphere with fiery solos and infectious rhythms. With their repertoire blending traditional tunes and reimagined pop favorites, Ballahornication guarantees to keep the crowd on their feet, moving and grooving to their irresistible street grooves.

Whether you’re a die-hard fan of brass bands or simply looking for a unique musical experience, don’t miss the opportunity to join the dance party in the street with Ballahornication at this years Ballarat Heritage Festival.

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  • Sun 26 May

1pm–2pm

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Lydiard Street, Ballarat VIC 3350

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