Legends Concert Date Moved to Saturday 4th December

For your  information due to filming and logistical reasons the Legends concert is now at 4.00 PM on Saturday 4th December. This will be followed by the Barclay James Harvest concert at 9.00 PM.

The band apologises for any inconvenience it is a situation beyond their control.

Tickets will be valid for BOTH concerts. There will be a break between bands and ticket holders will be allowed out of the venue.

Anyone who has previously purchased tickets for Friday and can’t make the Saturday can get a full refund from Metropolis.

The ticket price now includes TWO superb bands so they are likely to sell out very quickly.

There are some remaining tickets left on the Metropolis website:
http://www.metropolis-group.co.uk/events.php?p=1&id=52

I have have just returned from the rehearsal with Mark Walker on Drums and Richard Coughlan on percussion. The set will take your breath away!

Regards
Martin Davenport. Friday 29th October

16 thoughts on “Legends Concert Date Moved to Saturday 4th December

  1. Alf Post author

    fantastic news.I hope more people will be able to make the changed date as a Friday was proving to be difficult . Two superb bands on the same day 2 DVD’s two TV shows and two champagne receptions. How good is that!. I’m off to buy my ticket.
    Lets hope that this Gig will lead to some more concerts from Caravan next year.

  2. Steve Hudson Post author

    GUTTED………… HAVE TO RETURN HOME AT 15:00 HOURS SATURDAY.
    HAVE TO TAKE THE REFUND
    TALK ABOUT A DOUBLE WHAMMY. ANYWAY NO NEED FOR ALL YOU OTHER FANS NOT TO ENJOY. PLEASE DO SO ON OUR BEHALF. STEVE & SUE

  3. Geoffrey Richardson Post author

    Steve and Sue

    Really sorry you can’t come … the change of date was of course a surprise to us too – we just do as we’re told!

    The rehearsals have gone so well. as Martin D. said that I’m sure we’ll see you at a gig in the New Year…

    All over you Geoffrey R xx

  4. lynn pettitt Post author

    Husband and I have followed Caravan since their inception and have travelled to a lot of places to see them. Would have loved to have attended this gig but unfortunately Pension Credit does not allow for this expenditure. Simply do not have £350. Would only have wanted to see Caravan anyway.

  5. Steve H Post author

    Bill Bailey @ Wyndhams Theatre Friday 3rd Dec
    Never thought that would prove 2nd best to anything – Hey Ho!
    Thanks Martin – gratefully accepted
    Thanks Geoffrey – look forward to a tour
    Sue & Steve

  6. Kif

    Been away for a while (no not inside!) so “Wow!” on the new site.

    Didn’t realise the gig was on until I popped into Canters the other day. Went online to check out the gig all excited like and…

    …Ouch!

    Stubbed my toe on the PC table leg. Then…

    …OUCH!!

    Saw the ticket prices.

    I only hope the guys see a large slice of that.

    £350 is just silly with travel bevies and grub on top – much as I love the band. And like Lynn (6) I’d’ve only been interested in Caravan.

    Shame.

  7. Steve Hudson Post author

    London from tomorrow until ……Saturday lunch time!Grrrrrrrrrrrrrh! Still smarting but will make the best of it! Will be off radar but just wanted to wish Caravan and all who attend a wonderful afternoon/evening. I suppose that’s stating the obvious really! Enjoy! Sue & Steve H

  8. eg

    Just in case you were wondering with the weather (which has been horrible up here in Scotland) both Pye & Jan heroically made it down from Scotland earlier in the week for band rehearsals. Unfortunately won’t be there myself but all the best guys for a great gig.

  9. Terry Andrews Post author

    God luck to all the band for Saturday hope its a resounding success. Hope we will get some pics posted on here.
    Will be with you in spirit and hope this is a springboard for many more gigs

  10. Sarah Warren Post author

    Hello
    Sorry to disturb – greetings from the John Lees’ Barclay James Harvest fan camp as it were.
    Weren’t both performances great?
    Anyway there are some fans of both bands who weren’t able to make it and would like to know what Caravan’s set list comprised. Unfortunately I’m not familiar enough with Caravan’s material to be able to do so. Is there anyone here who could let us know?
    Thank you
    Sarah

  11. pageantmaster

    greetings from Norwich. I am a Canterbury boy now living in deepest Norfolk. Saw the band in Norwich a few years ago so very excited at the news of the Cambridge gig

    Greetings to all
    John

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