Legends Concert Confirmed For Friday 3rd December 2010

This exclusive and unique show for only 140 fans will be held at the Metropolis Studios in Chiswick London on Friday 3rd December 2010. This intimate show will be filmed for a DVD and shown on the ITV network as part of the a new series called Legends.

The show will include a champagne reception photo opportunity with the band and an exclusive personal mention on the limited edition DVD. The show will last for 75 mins and will include songs from their 42 year repertoire and new material.

The tickets are priced at £175 and will likely to be sold out very quickly. Details of where to buy the tickets will appear on this website very shortly.

This is such exiting news!!

Martin Davenport  9th September 2010.

15 thoughts on “Legends Concert Confirmed For Friday 3rd December 2010

  1. Rob Mclean Post author

    Whilst I would love to be a part of this the price is far too much for me to afford!!
    Hope the concert goes well and that a tour and new album follows – that would be fantastic!!

  2. Scrapman

    So pleased this is happening and desperately wanted to go but typically this is the only weekend I can’t do this year! Just have to hope for more gigs – surely be a waste for the band to rehearse for just the one? Have a great time you who can make. Sigh……

  3. Stephen Gray Post author

    Great news that Pye and the boys are back again I did wonder if that would happen. I’m hoping that some dates will be announced for next year the last time I saw Caravan was at the Zodiac club in Oxford in 2005

  4. Kelzadiddle

    While I’m disappointed that I can’t be at the Legends gig (due in part to my student budget and the fact that I’m busy on the 3rd) it’s great that the band’s still going strong! Good luck and to everyone lucky enough to get tickets enjoy yourselves!

    As for me I’m still hoping for a tour in 2011 – preferably before I go off to study in Ireland in September! 🙂

    Again best of luck with the gig guys. It’ll be fantastic!

  5. moongate_climber

    In the scale of things £175 for a ticket which gets you studio VIP treatment meeting band members your name on a DVD cover etc. is very reasonable! Unfortunately I can’t get there because of a massive family pre-Christmas gathering “oop North” that weekend. I await 2011 tour details with relish!

  6. Steve H Post author

    Decided it was just one of those things in life that had to be done. Couldn’t live with the regret of not doing it. So out with the Gold Card pushed a few buttons 2 tickets job done…..Regret Rien! Myself and my Good Lady will see you other 138 or so lucky devils on the 3rd Dec! Carpe Diem people! Carpe Diem!

  7. roryvanrea

    Great news about the recording Barclay James Harvest are also recording for this series the following night ! Wish I could afford to go for the weekend ! I really hope that the band do go on tour again please play Edinburgh if possible superb gig last time at the Liquid Rooms . I went to University in Canterbury (from Northern Ireland )in the mid seventies because of Caravan !

  8. roryvanrea

    Great news about the recording Barclay James Harvest are also recording for this series the following night ! Wish I could afford to go for the weekend ! I really hope that the band do go on tour again please play Edinburgh if possible superb gig last time at the Liquid Rooms . I went to University in Canterbury (from Northern Ireland )in the mid seventies because of Caravan !

  9. BobE

    This is great news but due to being late to the party I’ve already booked tickets for Weird Al Yankovic on the same night but if there’s a Nottingham or Canterbury gig planned then I’m there in a heartbeat so glad you guys are back and with new tunes too!!

  10. Hogweed

    I’m only holding back because I might lose my job next month. I thought by now it would be sold out but got an e-mail suggesting otherwise. Don’t suppose there’s a chance you could hold a ticket….. Only kidding. What ever happens next month it is great that Caravan are getting together again I was listening to Live at the Fairfield Hall today and it blew me away for the 187th time

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