The Titanic Memorial Band will reassemble tonight at the Sturt Street Titanic Bandstand to commemorate the 107th anniversary of the ocean liner's demise.
RMS Titanic sank in the icy waters of the Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912 on her maiden voyage from the United kingdom to the the United States. It struck an iceberg 600km south of Newfoundland and broke apart just under three hours later, going to the bottom in almost four kilometres of water.
Over 1500 passengers and crew perished, almost 70 per cent of the listed onboard.
The band, comprised of invited members including members of the Eureka Brass, plays a program of songs that include the hymn Nearer My God To Thee, which was performed by Titanic's band as the ship began to sink in an effort to calm and assuage those passengers trapped on board.
The entire ship's band went down with the ship.
This year's commemoration also includes a tribute to a muezzin of the Al Noor mosque in New Zealand, Doctor Abdas Samad, who was among the 50 people murdered by a gunman last month.
Dr Samad was a frequent leader of prayers at the Al Noor mosque, and taught at Lincoln University.
As part of the tribute, this year's memorial will feature a call to prayer by a member of Ballarat's Masjid Abu Bakr Siddiq mosque.
The memorial will take place at 7pm.