We present a multiband study of FRB 20180916B, a repeating source with a 16.3 day periodicity. We report the detection of four, one, and seven bursts from observations spanning 3 days using the upgraded Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope (300-500 MHz), the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (400-800 MHz) and the Green Bank Telescope (600-1000 MHz), respectively. We report the first ever detection of the source in the 800-1000 MHz range along with one of the widest instantaneous bandwidth detections (200 MHz) at lower frequencies. We identify 30 μs wide structures in one of the bursts at 800 MHz, making it the lowest frequency detection of such structures for this fast radio burst thus far. There is also a clear indication of high activity of the source at a higher frequency during earlier phases of the activity cycle. We identify a gradual decrease in the rotation measure over two years and no significant variations in the dispersion measure. We derive useful conclusions about progenitor scenarios, energy distribution, emission mechanisms, and variation of the downward drift rate of emission with frequency. Our results reinforce that multiband observations are an effective approach to study repeaters, and even one-off events, to better understand their varying activity and spectral anomalies.