Van Diemen's Band in association with Theatre North presents

Lunchbox Concerts

Event Venue

Princess Theatre, Launceston

Event Dates & Times

Running Time

45 minutes


  • Admit One (Pre-booked) - $10.00
  • Friends - $10.00
  • Door Sales - $15.00

Choose Seats


All tickets on Print Delay have now been emailed to patrons for this event.
Patrons can also collect tickets from the Princess Theatre Box Office.

TEST here

Van Diemen's Band in association with Theatre North presents

Lunchbox Concerts

Bite-sized concerts for the price of a sandwich.

Van Diemen’s Band’s immensely popular lunchtime concerts debut in Launceston in 2024! Enjoy a tempting menu of five concerts held in your lunch break. Spanning a rich variety of genres and styles, these concerts showcase some of Tassie’s finest musical talent, alongside interstate and international guests.

Escape the hustle and bustle and step into an oasis of calm listening to beautiful music in a casual and welcoming setting.

Luke Plumb & James Crabb
Wednesday 05 June 1:05 pm

The Launceston Lunchboxes launch with the virtuosic wizardry of two absolute masters of their craft - Tasmanian mandolinist Luke Plumb and Scottish-born, Australian-based piano accordionist James Crabb - lighting up the stage with a stunning mix of folk, world and mando-pop!

Quercus Trio
Wednesday 12 June 1:05 pm

A piano trio with a difference! Combining French horn, violin and piano, Melbourne’s Quercus Trio joyfully explore the extensive palette of colours and musical possibilities of their unusual combination of instruments.

Mini Van Diemen's Band
Wednesday 19 June 1:05 pm

A pocket-sized version of VDB performs a tempting selection of Baroque favourites. VDB Artistic Director Julia Fredersdorff (Baroque violin) is joined by Katie Yap (viola), Donald Nicolson (on VDB’s fabulous new harpsichord!) and special guests.

Xyris Quartet
Wednesday 26 June 1:05 pm

Discover the beguiling sounds of vintage saxophones, with Benjamin Price (soprano), Jabra Latham (alto), Thomas McKay (tenor) & Eva Nilssen (baritone) performing works by Bach through to Xenakis, alongside new Tasmanian works.

A Capella Surprise
Wednesday 03 July, 1:05 pm

A mystery (lunch)box awaits ….. all will be revealed in the fullness of time!

show info

Access Seating:
Please contact the Box Office by email or call 6331 0052 to discuss seating options. Information on venue and performance accessibility is available here.