More and more Australian brass bands are unable to participate in street marches because so many of their members are now too old for marching any distance. When the city of Brisbane Australia honours its war dead on 26th April the march of ex military personnel takes longer about two hours but there are not enough marching bands. They solve the problem by ferrying bands back to the starting point to march a second time and a band seated beside the saluting base strikes up with march music whenever no marching band is within earshot and cuts out when a marching band approaches. Anzac Day marches in the outer suburbs and nearby towns take place in silence. Have any bands found a safe method of putting their band on wheels?