British folk legends Magna Carta are playing in Jeffreys Bay tonight at Potters Place. Magna Carta is one of the longest running acoustic acts in the world, founded by North Yorkshireman Chris Simpson in 1969.
Tom Hoy joined the group in the mid-70s. They have toured 64 countries, recorded 30 albums and sold 8,000,000 albums world-wide.

It was the album Seasons and the magnificent classic Lord of the Ages, (regarded by many in South Africa as up there with Dark side of the Moon and Sergeant Pepper) and the evergreen single Airport Song that put them on the world map.

Potters Place is offering a limited number of buy one get one free tickets are available at R 95.00.

From London’s Royal Albert Hall with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to the Montreux Festival and Lisbon Opera House and the Canterbury Festival in Ontario,Canada, to the ancient souk in Damascus, Syria, their timeless music has woven its magic across every kind of audience and nationality. Last year’s SA concerts was completely sold out!

On this South African tour Chris Simpson and Tom Hoy will take the audience on a musical journey beyond compare. To see them live is never to forget them as they, seemingly effortlessly, play across a whole range of emotions. Nobody in the world sounds like Magna Carta. Don’t miss these two legendary acoustic stars at Potters Place tonight at 8 PM.

Advance booking are recommended and can be made on 042 293 2500.

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