AUDIENCES in the Wee County are being invited to come together for the love of music at a concert this month.

Clackmannan District Brass Band will be hosting its Spring Concert with free entry in a bid to bring people together and celebrate music.

The concert on Saturday, May 11, will take place at Alloa Town Hall with the band hoping to welcome as many people as possible.

Conductor Paul Drury will lead the band with a 7pm start while Clackmannan District Youth and Development Band as well as Clackmannan District Beginner Band will also be on stage with conductor Luci Lamb.

Music on arrival will be provided by Clackmannan District Brass Ensemble while Susan Chown will act as compere.

Entry is free as the band was recently included in a tokens campaign at Alloa supermarket Tesco and will be receiving some money towards the costs, it is understood.

Organisers hope this will remove any financial barriers from enjoying what will be a broad spectrum of quality musical themes on the night, played by all four bands.

There will also be an opportunity to leave a donation at the end and to buy tickets for the cash raffle.

Refreshments will be provided at the interval as well.

While the concert is free, organisers are asking people to notify them of the number of seats required to help with ensuring there is capacity at the venue.

People can email to do so or they can contact the band, a registered charity, through its Facebook page.