Imjin Music Festival

We welcome you to the Imjin Music Festival 2016.
Click on this video to see 60 seconds from the 2015 festival event. 

Innsworth Station and the Allied Rapid Reaction Corps invite the Gloucestershire community to celebrate Her Majesty the Queen’s 90th Birthday, Thursday, 9 June 2016 at the historic Imjin Barracks.
Young and old, serving and non-serving, are invited for a summer evening festival full of music, food, displays, and entertainment for all ages. Military bands, a Schools Music Talent competition, and children’s entertainment is scheduled. 
Doors open at 4:30pm and the event ends at 10pm.
Admission is free however tickets are required at the gate. Please visit to order your ticket. The website hosts information about the event and will be updated with Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) leading up to the event. Updates will be available from the event’s main organisation, The Allied Rapid Reaction Corps #Imjin2016.


Exclusive tables in our luxury VIP marquee are available for purchase, intended for local businesses and sponsors.Contact for more information.


Imjin Barracks, formerly the historic RAF Innsworth, is named after the infamous Korean War Battle at the Imjin River in 1952. It was there where 1st Battalion, The Gloucestershire Regiment, distinguished itself fighting overwhelming odds to secure victory, at significant sacrifice and cost. 

In partnership with local businesses, schools, and charities, the Imjin Music Festival 2016 seeks to strengthen the long-standing bonds between the people of Gloucestershire and their military community.

You are welcome to join us on the day, 9 June 16, to broadcast live with prior coordination with the ARRC.Journalists interested in the stories surrounding the Imjin Music Festival 2016 should contact the ARRC Public Affairs Office

Stories include the local schools performing in the event, The Queen’s 90-inch-tall Birthday Card, the Spitfire and Lancaster flyover, and interviews with the band’s directors and performers from The Band Bugles of The Rifles, The Parachute Regiment Band, and the Army Air Corps contemporary band.

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